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would have been too soon 45 seconds ago but not now. Kobe gets a year older, Gasol starts getting old next year, Metta is old.....do they begin to fade? Could be interesting to see if a push for Dwight doesn't get reignited.
I would have told you prior to the playoffs starting they would only make it to the Conference Semi-finals...
They accomplished what was expected out of them... The Lakers were never really a contender this season.
Kobe won't get a sixth ring.
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Even though they were punked by the Spurs the Clippers are the rising team in LA. The Lakers have cycles jut like good college football teams do and they are due for a down slide.
Looks like another perfect day.
They get Darron Williams and they will be contenders next year. That is the only way though. I don't see anyone in the NBA winning 6 rings at this point. Someone would need to make one hell of a run to do it.
Spurs-Thunder should be exciting. I still think the Heat make the finals. Hard to see anyone beating the Spurs right now though.
D-Will will be a Mav. What's their plan B?
They will definately make moves. As will the Celtics. I think if the Thunder go on to beat the Heat persay it will be the passing of the torch. The dawn of a new age.
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I don't know. I'm not a Lakers fan. I just had a guy who is a Lakers fan tell me they wanted Williams so I figured they were in play for him. Mavs should be really good with Williams running point.
Thunder have to get past the Spurs to get a shot at the Heat. Spurs are the best team in the NBA right now.
Williams is staying with the Nets, and they are going to land D-12 also.
Nash could be a Laker, would be a GREAT fit.
Nash is a known Laker hater, if he goes to a top team right now it would be the Heat.
Nash hates the Lakers. He had some pretty funny tweets during the game where the Lakers shot 42 free throws. Plus he sucks; he's Canadian.
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The passing of the torch in the western conference...
Canadian military tanks shoot pepper spray. #Fact
Fair enough, that's good for Nash, smart fellow.
I'd love for Nash to join the Heat although I doubt it.
Raptors are a dark horse for Nash.
He is South African.
Hey Trojans, LSU's 74 are better than your 75.
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They still got those other "old timers" to go through.
Seasoned vets like Nash care about one thing and that's rings. Not a shot in hell he settles with the Raptors.
None of this is going to matter when the super awesome mega Warriors trample everyone.
Okc is the team of the future.lakers no longer that team.
But spurs very possibly could beat Okc.
He just signed up as GM for Team Canada. Toronto will offer him much more money than any contender.
His marketability in Toronto is out of this world, it's easy to turn down 5 million perhaps. But it's more than salary, I don't think you understand how much people love Nash in Canada.
Lakers need to start off by firing Mike Brown
Torch still hasnt been passed then.
Lakers/Spurs both have dominated pretty much the same amount of time.
If Manu doesnt get hurt last yr, the Mavs probably dont win it last yr.
Dont forget the Spurs were the #1 seed last yr, but Manu got injured the last gm of the season.
As for Okc vs LA, they passed LA last season, in terms of being a better squad. But, the Spurs have been the best for 2 yrs running.
Should happen sooner rather than later
I get that. But OKC will be around for years to come.
We'll see about the spurs.
Not exactly. He was born in South Africa to British parents and was raised in Canada from the time he was a baby. He's a Canadian citizen and received the Order of Canada a few years back. He's definitely more Canadian than anything else.
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