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Los Angeles Lakers
Remember a week ago when Mike D’Antoni said Steve Nash was done for the year? It didn’t come as a surprise, since Nash has been injured for most of the season, the Lakers are horrible, Kobe is also out, they need to see which young guys are worth keeping, etc. Well, that was SO last week…
The Lakers cruised to a 29-point loss against the Thunder last night. Because at some point Lakers-Thunder sounded like a good matchup, TNT carried the game to a national audience. Rather than issuing an apology, we got payback in the form of watching Charles Barkley nearly go to sleep on air.
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Everyone and their mother knows that Kevin Love is going to the Lakers at some point — whether it’s after his contract with the Timberwolves runs out after the 2015 season, or if said Wolves decide to cut their losses and trade Love for whatever garbage the Lakers deem appropriate to send Minnesota’s way, because that’s what the Lakers do. BUT, WHAT IF…
The Lakers and Cavs are reportedly discussing a trade involving Andrew Bynum, who was recently suspended by Cleveland for being a jerk of some kind. While it would be intriguing to see Bynum try to resurrect himself — both physically and emotionally — in L.A., if this trade does happen, he wouldn’t get the chance.