Discussion in 'Lakers Discussion' started by raviator, Nov 9, 2014.
Once ClaRKson's shot wasn't falling, he probably began pressing then it got worse from there. I still am fond of him and Nance.
Here’s a little more.
Now this is a glass half full kind of guy.
I’m sure you’re glad. You’re team is a mental midget... hey, meet Paul George.
Sure. It’s not like anybody bandwagon fans are going to be left on your site.
The all hate team...I like it.
You get a scrub, you get scrub, you get a scrub.
Don’t go in person. Just send your reps.
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once and a while, you could miss it.
This just means you can start the first step of grief earlier.
The real victim here is Kevin Love. Dude had an iffy before, now he’s stuck in Cleveland as their franchise player.
I would think they go full rebuild and trade Love for picks.
love the Ferris Bueller quote @Cookie
Sigh...I had such a huge crush on Mia Sara back then.
OK now that's out of the way...back to your regular scheduled program.
Wow Cookie in top form!!!!!
so I was at Taco Bell...
Dude crying and drooling, burning jerseys...wow. lol
There’s some serious wacky people in that video.
1. Yes probably at the deadline though when they'll get a contender to bite.
2. You are in rare form. This is your calling!
if you trade Love for anything, you a ho
Wow. I really didn’t expect jersey burning a second time. The first time I got it, he bolted for Miami without the promised championship for Cleveland. But this time? He won them a ring and had them in the Finals 4 years in a row. It does not get better for a Cleveland team. The Cavs has a s*** roster with no way to improve, and he clearly didn’t like the owner so he left. I’d think they’d be wishing him well and thanking him.
Most Cleveland fans were grateful online, when I was searching for doom but you know how it is. It only takes one....The biggest complaints I saw was that he signed here for 4 years, while he held them “hostage” by only signing short term deal and that he left them with some bad contracts because he got his friends signed on big deal.
Well they should be grateful and for the most part, they are. There are always a couple of knuckleheads.
With that said in his early 30s changing team was a real possibility. But now it is obvious he isn't going to change teams anymore. He will retire as a Laker. AND this is probably his last chance to secure a high income in his late 30s. If he signs one year deals there is no way he gets 40 mio in 3 years. So financially it made perfect sense and it's also obvious it's his last NBA team so signing longterm gives us a time frame to operate and him the final contract of his career.