Discussion in 'Lakers Discussion' started by John3:16, Mar 14, 2017.
Relax. Who's this Hayes guy anyway...
Aha. I think he's just making all of it up. Well, not Hayward thing...
He is hearing Lonzo? From whom? Spurs are willing to deal? Lakers are willing to give him up?
With the people rumored to be coming here, keeping Lonzo makes the absolute most sense.
Ingram is the most likely to go, since literally all the guys coming will be playing all the positions he can play.
And no, Ingram at PG is a myth.
Another wrinkle is Ball's 7.5 million dollars. I agree he's the one that makes the most sense, but I think the Lakers will be flexible with it.
And Hayes seems like a reliable source. He broke Kawhi wanting out at just about the same time Shams did.
Regardless, if San Antonio gives the option of Ball or Ingram, you send Ball cause the problems with his Dad and his shot will only become more difficult to trade. If Ingram, LBJ, PG, Kawhi isnt working out, BI will be easy to move. If Ball's shooting is causing issues or his Dad becomes too much of a distraction, whose going to rake him?
Any chance we trade Lonzo and sign IT on the cheap?
You are kidding, right?
Watching IT play basketball is one of the most excruciating experiences I had this past season, and that includes Luke being an idiot.
We're gonna need a PG if lonzo is traded. He's a vet. Can shoot. Better option at PG than Ingram.
I shoulda asked this in Lonzo thread.
He is not a PG though. Not even a little bit. He is a midget SG.
If LeBron signs no way we keep IT.
Honestly, I wouldn’t mind those Dame rumors being true.
It's cool that he's owning it and making fun of himself. Actually shows maturity.
or easy $
I had to laugh at that. You take away the power for others to use it against you though if you do stuff like that. "Yeah, I was a dumb kid, get over it."
Ok, I see the pattern of these foot locker commercials, they did the same with DLO and then Lonzo. Now this guy.
You know what..this might be a blessing in disguise to fire up lonzo even further.
Take that Lavar
18-20 league debut. Unless you're the owner's 16 year old son whom he is also home schooling.
40 points. Wonder what his box score looked like with shots and how his D looked.
But have to hand it to LaVar with his marketing plan over the past year since Zo got drafted. Get anyone and everyone who knows anything about you to hate you. As always the comments skew to the negative.
EDIT: found the answer to how many shots. "He took 33, and made 14." His team took 44 3pt attempts and made 8.