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Kobe Bryant wants out of L.A.

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by ONUV, May 30, 2007.

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  1. ONUV Starter

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    says there's nothing the lakers can do to keep him
  2. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    they could get him a real point guard instead of trying to pass off smoosh parker as a half way decent player. he's got to be the worst point gaurd in the league.
  3. PhiSlammaJamma Yao

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    Believe it or not, I think the best fit might be Houston. Not NY, Phil, or elsewhere. T-mac could easily be swapped for Kobe. The Lakers save some face with that deal and Houston considers it an upgrade.

    I'm not really sure where else he'd go that would make him happy. Houston is a good spot because Yao will let Kobe do what he wants to do. And make Kobe even more popular around the world.

    Vince Carter will be the big FA soon. And lakers could prob re-team him with T-mac in LA. That's a nice recovery.

    I don't know how all this will play out. Or if Kobe would consider houston, but it's a nice fit.

    I don't think Kobe should just throw a GM under like that. It's a guys life you just put out there. He's got family kids who are watching. Let the big boss do that for you. Or just ask for a trade and be done with it. Give them a deadline. If they don't meet it, then go public. But I think he prob handled it the wrong way unless he was indeed asking for this all along.


    Anyway, it's gonna make for a fun summer.
  4. DCtitan49 Guest

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    i think he will end up in NY, but i dont think Kobe will have much more sucess there either, right now these are my best chances.

    Odds To Land Kobe Bryant

    New York Knicks: 10-1
    Minnesota Timberwolves: 15-1
    Houston Rockets: 20-1
    Dallas Mavericks: 42-1
    Phily 76er's: 76-1
    (just a hunch) Cleveland Cavaliers: 110-1
  5. BigRed3 Straight Cash, Homey

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    Chicago probably has the most pieces to get Kobe. But do you mess up a very promising nucleus to get him? They would probably have to give up Deng and Gordon, plus Ben Wallace to make the salaries match up. They might be able to get another player from the Lakers, though, maybe Bynum or someone like that.
  6. RyansTitans Guest

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    As I agree we need someone to help LeBron.. Kobe would be excelent but no way in heck could we get him. lol

    Larry Hughes for Kobe

    yeah!

    not.. :lol:
  7. DCtitan49 Guest

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    im going to throw the clippers into the mix,

    Timberwolves
    Knicks
    Clippers
    Rockets
    Mavericks
    76ers
    Bulls
    Cavs

    In that order...
  8. RyansTitans Guest

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    Im callin it. Kobe traded to Mavricks for Dirk
  9. PhiSlammaJamma Yao

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    Uh oh. The Zenmaster has calmed kobe down temporarily.
  10. RyansTitans Guest

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    Dang. Kobe Backs off trade request. On ESPNEWS.

    Oh Well.

    Does anyone think Kobe and LeBron could ever play on the same team? That would be pretty sweet
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