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***2018-19 NBA REGULAR SEASON THREAD***

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Originally posted by Stud:
Wow, Pelicans doing a number on Houston tonight.

Mirotic ain't missing tonight
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Anthony Davis is gonna kill himself if he continues to play like this the rest of the season.
lol rockets

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Originally posted by jrg:


This rookie class is gonna be special
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Doncic and Anton are sooo f**king good.
Booker just showing off now.
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
lol rockets



The Carmelo Effect.
That was such a terrible decision by the Lakers to let Julius Randle walk.
[ Edited by SFrush on Oct 17, 2018 at 10:23 PM ]

Originally posted by SFrush:
That was a such a terrible decision by the Lakers to let Julius Randle walk.

And kill their chance at Kawhi or Thompson next summer?
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Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by SFrush:
That was a such a terrible decision by the Lakers to let Julius Randle walk.

And kill their chance at Kawhi or Thompson next summer?

It wouldn't have killed their chance. Could have signed Randle for exact same deal as Pelicans and then trade him next summer for a 1st round pick when you got a commitment from either one of them.

Randle at $9m is not just a very tradable asset - Lakers could have gotten a 1st rounder out of it.
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by SFrush:
That was a such a terrible decision by the Lakers to let Julius Randle walk.

And kill their chance at Kawhi or Thompson next summer?

Neither is going to happen anyway. Warriors will sign Klay to a longterm deal and reports have been leaking out Kawhi doesn't want to play second fiddle to Lebron which I totally understand.
[ Edited by SFrush on Oct 17, 2018 at 10:47 PM ]
Originally posted by 4ML:
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by SFrush:
That was a such a terrible decision by the Lakers to let Julius Randle walk.

And kill their chance at Kawhi or Thompson next summer?

It wouldn't have killed their chance. Could have signed Randle for exact same deal as Pelicans and then trade him next summer for a 1st round pick when you got a commitment from either one of them.

Randle at $9m is not just a very tradable asset - Lakers could have gotten a 1st rounder out of it.

Reports out of LA as the season was ending were that Julius was pissed that he was asked to come off the bench and shore up the 2nd unit and wanted to part of returning. He felt disrespected and wanted a fresh start. The Lakers having eyes on bringing in superstars over the summer and next decides to let him walk. They respected him and what he had done while with them and granted him his release.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by 4ML:
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by SFrush:
That was a such a terrible decision by the Lakers to let Julius Randle walk.

And kill their chance at Kawhi or Thompson next summer?

It wouldn't have killed their chance. Could have signed Randle for exact same deal as Pelicans and then trade him next summer for a 1st round pick when you got a commitment from either one of them.

Randle at $9m is not just a very tradable asset - Lakers could have gotten a 1st rounder out of it.

Reports out of LA as the season was ending were that Julius was pissed that he was asked to come off the bench and shore up the 2nd unit and wanted to part of returning. He felt disrespected and wanted a fresh start. The Lakers having eyes on bringing in superstars over the summer and next decides to let him walk. They respected him and what he had done while with them and granted him his release.

Why was he pissed to be the 6th man when that's what he's being asked to do in NO?
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