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    Veteran gambit1990's Avatar
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    i'd be really surprised if the lakers hang on to him all next season.

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    Defense Wins Championships Texas_Ranger's Avatar
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    whichever GM takes him will be re ed. There is no way i'd ever want this on a team. Go to China, rebuild the wall with your bricks.

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    I'll tumble for ya Chris Fall's Avatar
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    There isn't an NBA team currently and going forward that makes sense for Russell Westbrook, even if he were released and could be had for a minimum contract. Not a one.

    I don't even think bad teams like Orlando or Detroit would take him on to sell tickets. I don't think he sells tickets anymore.

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    生麦生米生ハメ baseline bum's Avatar
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    LOLkers

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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    He’s stuck with the lakers next year. Or I mean the lakers are stuck with him next year.

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    Mario GÖDze Bynumite's Avatar
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    Shanghai Sharks

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    i'd be really surprised if the lakers hang on to him all next season.
    Not a chance.

    The good: he has an expiring $47 million dollar contract. Some cap strapped team will covet that.

    The bad: he's cooked. Therefore the Lakers won't get much for him despite that cap relief most small market teams covet.

    Context: in 2008 Kwame Brown had an expiring $9 million dollar contract that was used to "trade for" MVPau.

    Let's see what the Lakers can do with Westbrook's expiring deal this summer.

    To be continued...

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    The dude has been ruined by Lebron. Feel bad for the guy. He doesn't even have his real last name anymore

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    Manu Mania lefty20's Avatar
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    whichever GM takes him will be re ed. There is no way i'd ever want this on a team. Go to China, rebuild the wall with your bricks.
    Chill bro, man's got family who suffering unfairly. Feel bad for Russ, he works so hard but doesn't even make enough money to buy a super yacht on one season's salary. Lakers should give him a raise and Lakers fans should start a gofundme for him. How they gonna just stand there and watch this man and his family suffer like that.

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    notthewordsofonewhokneels Thread's Avatar
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    He’s stuck with the lakers next year. Or I mean the lakers are stuck with him next year.
    Not only him, but that idiot James as well.

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    Clippers or Knicks. The former would come via buyout after a trade centered on Wall (depending on how much of the '27, '29 1st or Horton-Tucker the Lakers are willing to part with, maybe they get Gordon or even Wood back as well). The latter would be for some combination of Fournier, Burks, Noel, Walker, Gibson.

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    Context: in 2008 Kwame Brown had an expiring $9 million dollar contract that was used to "trade for" MVPau.
    Context:
    Jerry Buss provided hookers and got the Memphis owner in heavy dept at his casinos.
    Buss threatened to blackmail the owner with video of encounters.

    The Laker Way.
    It will happen again.

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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    Not only him, but that idiot James as well.
    He brought you #16, just be grateful.

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    notthewordsofonewhokneels Thread's Avatar
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    He brought you #16, just be grateful.
    I'd spit in his face if I didn't think he'd pull my honkey lips over my head and suffocate me, amb.

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    Veteran gambit1990's Avatar
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    Clippers or Knicks.
    i could see him being a knick now that you mention it.

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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    I'd spit in his face if I didn't think he'd pull my honkey lips over my head and suffocate me, amb.
    By the time you got #18, just remember one of them is because of Lebron, not your president.

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    notthewordsofonewhokneels Thread's Avatar
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    By the time you got #18, just remember one of them is because of Lebron, not your president.
    Of course, it'll always be marked. No glory, no pride, no persevering, just regret and resentment stowed by James. Can't change it now. It's stinks like a pile of 3 day old garbage. And it can't get better, only worse.

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    Not a chance.

    The good: he has an expiring $47 million dollar contract. Some cap strapped team will covet that.

    The bad: he's cooked. Therefore the Lakers won't get much for him despite that cap relief most small market teams covet.

    Context: in 2008 Kwame Brown had an expiring $9 million dollar contract that was used to "trade for" MVPau.

    Let's see what the Lakers can do with Westbrook's expiring deal this summer.

    To be continued...

    Is it det fetty or det crys your cartel family members sending ya to be pipe dreamin like this, Mundo? I can understand being bad with the language, but this bad with the maths? Even accounting for inflation, there aren't many, if any, cellar dwellers looking for $44 milli in cap room in one fell swoop, let alone for the most toxic asset in the NBA.

    Context: In 2008, Kwame Brown had a few discernible skills that softened the blow for his salary- he could rebound and he could take up space. There isn't any softening of blows with det $44 milli price tag. The Lakers have harbored the two most over paid players of the last 20 years.

    You guys are gonna get stuck buying him out, Ferdinand.

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    he has been rumored to have asked for a trade to the warriors, buck, or heat.

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