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Originally posted by socalfan21:
^^^ lmfao @ not including Pau is arguably the best PF in the game right now

Pau is on the list!!!!!

Bosh is better than Yao right now....no one knows how Yao will play after well over a year off.
Originally posted by socalfan21:
^^^ lmfao @ not including Pau is arguably the best PF in the game right now... Unless your Pao is not Yao... I did not catch your spelling blunder.

yeah i spelled Pau wrong. But he absolutely is the best PF in the game. Bosh is better than Tim Duncan at this point in their careers.
Originally posted by ninerlifer:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
^^^ lmfao @ not including Pau is arguably the best PF in the game right now... Unless your Pao is not Yao... I did not catch your spelling blunder.

yeah i spelled Pau wrong. But he absolutely is the best PF in the game. Bosh is better than Tim Duncan at this point in their careers.

I edited it homie my apologies
Originally posted by socalfan21:
Originally posted by ninerlifer:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
^^^ lmfao @ not including Pau is arguably the best PF in the game right now... Unless your Pao is not Yao... I did not catch your spelling blunder.

yeah i spelled Pau wrong. But he absolutely is the best PF in the game. Bosh is better than Tim Duncan at this point in their careers.

I edited it homie my apologies

no worries broheim
http://realgm.com/src_wiretap_archives/68002/20100708/wolves_to_acquire_michael_beasley/

Beasley to the wolves
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by LakerLove:
How in the he'll are they going to fill out thier roster

They only have five players on their roster

Pay out their ass in Luxury Tax, ala the Lakers ($21.5 Mill last season)

Still not certain what the luxury tax is, but a team can be over the cap as much as they want as long as they're willing to pay a luxury tax? So they can basically buy a championship?

Let's say a team goes over the cap by $5 Million. Then they also have to pay $10 in Luxury Tax to the NBA.

That's a bargain, I wonder why teams don't do this more often. Owners must not want to win.





-9fA

You'd think more would, but it's not so easy for every owner to just hand over $20 million. That's a whole lotta f**king money. Even to these rich b*****ds. Then there's also the fact that 3 big names aren't always available to acquire. The Lakers have slowly built what they have, and are paying their players big money to stay. Something a lot of owners also don't do. The money that Kobe, Pau, Bynum, Odom, ect have gotten is crazy. Most owners would have let some of those guys go to get paid elsewhere, but Buss is dedicated to winning. More than any other owner in all of sports, IMO.

Being in a big market definitely helps ease that bank account a bit.
Originally posted by silkyjohnson:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by LakerLove:
How in the he'll are they going to fill out thier roster

They only have five players on their roster

Pay out their ass in Luxury Tax, ala the Lakers ($21.5 Mill last season)

Still not certain what the luxury tax is, but a team can be over the cap as much as they want as long as they're willing to pay a luxury tax? So they can basically buy a championship?

Let's say a team goes over the cap by $5 Million. Then they also have to pay $10 in Luxury Tax to the NBA.

That's a bargain, I wonder why teams don't do this more often. Owners must not want to win.





-9fA

You'd think more would, but it's not so easy for every owner to just hand over $20 million. That's a whole lotta f**king money. Even to these rich b*****ds. Then there's also the fact that 3 big names aren't always available to acquire. The Lakers have slowly built what they have, and are paying their players big money to stay. Something a lot of owners also don't do. The money that Kobe, Pau, Bynum, Odom, ect have gotten is crazy. Most owners would have let some of those guys go to get paid elsewhere, but Buss is dedicated to winning. More than any other owner in all of sports, IMO.

Being in a big market definitely helps ease that bank account a bit.

So does having the most popular basketball team in the world with the most popular player in the world.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by silkyjohnson:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by LakerLove:
How in the he'll are they going to fill out thier roster

They only have five players on their roster

Pay out their ass in Luxury Tax, ala the Lakers ($21.5 Mill last season)

Still not certain what the luxury tax is, but a team can be over the cap as much as they want as long as they're willing to pay a luxury tax? So they can basically buy a championship?

Let's say a team goes over the cap by $5 Million. Then they also have to pay $10 in Luxury Tax to the NBA.

That's a bargain, I wonder why teams don't do this more often. Owners must not want to win.





-9fA

You'd think more would, but it's not so easy for every owner to just hand over $20 million. That's a whole lotta f**king money. Even to these rich b*****ds. Then there's also the fact that 3 big names aren't always available to acquire. The Lakers have slowly built what they have, and are paying their players big money to stay. Something a lot of owners also don't do. The money that Kobe, Pau, Bynum, Odom, ect have gotten is crazy. Most owners would have let some of those guys go to get paid elsewhere, but Buss is dedicated to winning. More than any other owner in all of sports, IMO.

Being in a big market definitely helps ease that bank account a bit.

So does having the most popular basketball team in the world with the most popular player in the world.

Which could only happen because of being in a big market.
Originally posted by silkyjohnson:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by silkyjohnson:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by LakerLove:
How in the he'll are they going to fill out thier roster

They only have five players on their roster

Pay out their ass in Luxury Tax, ala the Lakers ($21.5 Mill last season)

Still not certain what the luxury tax is, but a team can be over the cap as much as they want as long as they're willing to pay a luxury tax? So they can basically buy a championship?

Let's say a team goes over the cap by $5 Million. Then they also have to pay $10 in Luxury Tax to the NBA.

That's a bargain, I wonder why teams don't do this more often. Owners must not want to win.





-9fA

You'd think more would, but it's not so easy for every owner to just hand over $20 million. That's a whole lotta f**king money. Even to these rich b*****ds. Then there's also the fact that 3 big names aren't always available to acquire. The Lakers have slowly built what they have, and are paying their players big money to stay. Something a lot of owners also don't do. The money that Kobe, Pau, Bynum, Odom, ect have gotten is crazy. Most owners would have let some of those guys go to get paid elsewhere, but Buss is dedicated to winning. More than any other owner in all of sports, IMO.

Being in a big market definitely helps ease that bank account a bit.

So does having the most popular basketball team in the world with the most popular player in the world.

Which could only happen because of being in a big market.

I don't know about that, but I get your point. Lakers for 3 in 2011!!!
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by silkyjohnson:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by silkyjohnson:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by LakerLove:
How in the he'll are they going to fill out thier roster

They only have five players on their roster

Pay out their ass in Luxury Tax, ala the Lakers ($21.5 Mill last season)

Still not certain what the luxury tax is, but a team can be over the cap as much as they want as long as they're willing to pay a luxury tax? So they can basically buy a championship?

Let's say a team goes over the cap by $5 Million. Then they also have to pay $10 in Luxury Tax to the NBA.

That's a bargain, I wonder why teams don't do this more often. Owners must not want to win.





-9fA

You'd think more would, but it's not so easy for every owner to just hand over $20 million. That's a whole lotta f**king money. Even to these rich b*****ds. Then there's also the fact that 3 big names aren't always available to acquire. The Lakers have slowly built what they have, and are paying their players big money to stay. Something a lot of owners also don't do. The money that Kobe, Pau, Bynum, Odom, ect have gotten is crazy. Most owners would have let some of those guys go to get paid elsewhere, but Buss is dedicated to winning. More than any other owner in all of sports, IMO.

Being in a big market definitely helps ease that bank account a bit.

So does having the most popular basketball team in the world with the most popular player in the world.

Which could only happen because of being in a big market.

I don't know about that, but I get your point. Lakers for 3 in 2011!!!

Not 1!


Not 2!


But 3!!!!!!!!!!
damn it mike miller signed with the heat. theres their spot up shooter
I was about to get on the bandwagon but then I heard the the Warriors traded for David Lee, so i'll stick with Golden State. Wade is still m favorite player though, I'll root for the Heat in the playoffs, since the Warriors won't sniff them.
Originally posted by MCrabs15:
I was about to get on the bandwagon but then I heard the the Warriors traded for David Lee, so i'll stick with Golden State. Wade is still m favorite player though, I'll root for the Heat in the playoffs, since the Warriors won't sniff them.