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Brian17th wrote:
Guys, we will get a top 2 pick just chill check on magic's instagram where he is next to Pelinka and the comish they already rigged it. The same way the Pelicans got AD when they were owned by the league its business first entertainment second, the league brings more revenue when the big markets are at least competitive to draw out the casual fans and merchandise. So lets just hope what I'm posting will be true ill repost when it does happen knock on wood lol.

Then why did the league let the Knicks slip in the recent lottery, they are the BIGGEST market team in the league.


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Then why did the league let the Knicks slip in the recent lottery, they are the BIGGEST market team in the league.

Simple. Its called James Dolan could not run a team for the last few decade's that is why we took their spot history shows. Lakers have shown they can bring home the chip and its always a plus when you see Magic and Pelinka next to Silver. At the end of the day I'm hoping this is the outcome and this is what makes me think we can get at worst the 3rd pick which can also work as a trade asset. Knock on wood again.


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Professional tanking at its best


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Professional tanking at its best

Yup. Gaming the system. At least this should show the league the way the lottery works right now is not working.


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Simple. Its called James Dolan could not run a team for the last few decade's that is why we took their spot history shows. Lakers have shown they can bring home the chip and its always a plus when you see Magic and Pelinka next to Silver. At the end of the day I'm hoping this is the outcome and this is what makes me think we can get at worst the 3rd pick which can also work as a trade asset. Knock on wood again.

The year the Knicks fell from 2nd to 4th.

Seeing magic and co next to silver means absolutely nothing.


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The year the Knicks fell from 2nd to 4th.

Seeing magic and co next to silver means absolutely nothing.

Good one lol. J. Dolan is the laughingstock of the league and so was Jimbo. hopefully magic talked a good game with Silver and well then lets just hope I'm right and we do keep it.


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There should be some punishment, even if its behind the doors. If bledsoe and booker and knight are healthy and sitting, phoenix should get screwed over in the lottery. Reward brooklyn and lakers not phoenix for clearly purposely sitting there best players.


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Then why did the league let the Knicks slip in the recent lottery, they are the BIGGEST market team in the league.

This is different. The knicks fell 2 spots who cares they drafted porzingis. Now if the lakers fall they draft no one at all. It's completely different with the top 3 protection on the pick.


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This is different. The knicks fell 2 spots who cares they drafted porzingis. Now if the lakers fall they draft no one at all. It's completely different with the top 3 protection on the pick.

Good to optimistic, hope your right!!!


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There should be some punishment, even if its behind the doors. If bledsoe and booker and knight are healthy and sitting, phoenix should get screwed over in the lottery. Reward brooklyn and lakers not phoenix for clearly purposely sitting there best players.

If I'm a NBA fan from Sacramento, who bought tickets for this game, or Suns fan, who traveled all the way to Cali to watch his team, I'm asking Suns for refund for my ticket. Product sold to me is not the same that was delivered. If I buy a mercedes - I would not be OK if they delivered to me effin' Toyota.


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This is different. The knicks fell 2 spots who cares they drafted porzingis. Now if the lakers fall they draft no one at all. It's completely different with the top 3 protection on the pick.

What are you talking about? I'm responding to a post how the OP said the lottery will be rigged for the Lakers because they are a big market team. Silver was pictured with Magic and Pelinka so there is "proof".

No idea how your comment has any relevance to that.


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If I'm a NBA fan from Sacramento, who bought tickets for this game, or Suns fan, who traveled all the way to Cali to watch his team, I'm asking Suns for refund for my ticket. Product sold to me is not the same that was delivered. If I buy a mercedes - I would not be OK if they delivered to me effin' Toyota.

That's an absurd anolgy. You are not buying a product, you are paying for entertainment.


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That's an absurd anolgy. You are not buying a product, you are paying for entertainment.
That's an absurd opinion. Why do you think 7-10 years ago Lakers shittiest tickets cost $250 a piece, and it was all sold out, and now tickets are going for $30 bucks and they can't even fill the arena? When people decide about ticket purchase, the strength of the roster dictates what entertainment value it has for them and if they are ready to pay. If we accept your faulty premise that people are just buying "entertainment" - what causes huge discrepancies....


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If I'm a NBA fan from Sacramento, who bought tickets for this game, or Suns fan, who traveled all the way to Cali to watch his team, I'm asking Suns for refund for my ticket. Product sold to me is not the same that was delivered. If I buy a mercedes - I would not be OK if they delivered to me effin' Toyota.

Happens all the time, with players resting. Look at Spurs,Cavs, GSW'S , the keep players out when they're winning and tanking


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That's an absurd opinion. Why do you think 7-10 years ago Lakers shittiest tickets cost $250 a piece, and it was all sold out, and now tickets are going for $30 bucks and they can't even fill the arena? When people decide about ticket purchase, the strength of the roster dictates what entertainment value it has for them and if they are ready to pay. If we accept your faulty premise that people are just buying "entertainment" - what causes huge discrepancies in price between now and then? For vast majority of the people the decision to buy or....


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I agree that fans are being ripped off, but the Lakers rested Mozgov, Deng, Young and Russell last game (almost half the team's total salary) and gave a staring Cameo to fn Metta world peace. That's not ripping fans off? How about last year when Kobe would sit home games so he could play in away games despite the insane prices fans were paying so they could see him? That wasn't ripping fans off? There is no guarantee when you buy a ticket that you are going to see the Star players play, do you go to the ticket booth demanding....


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Unfortunately, it is true there is no guarantee when you buy a ticket if you're going to see Star players, but that's because of injuries and because currently NBA does not penalize teams enough for resting players (there are rumors that's about to change). However, if the player is healthy and available - the teams do have an obligation towards ticket purchasing fans, merchandise buying fans, paid TV subscription fans and TV broadcast partners to play those players and put the best possible value on the floor every night. Just because right now there aren't enough specific NBA rules....


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Teams' obligation to make sure the player is healthy involves doing a lot of things, but taking away play time at the expense of the stake holders is not one of them. If what is considered the normal work load for employees is scientifically proven to cause more frequent injuries - it's not manager's job to solve that problem. It means the company needs to re-evaluate and redefine what "normal work load" is, based on the injury related findings. In our case, if it is really proven that playing a starting caliber player for average amount of starter minutes (about 35mpg) in every one of the 82 games increases risk of injury, as opposed to playing him less time or less games - it is NBA's job as a league to make sure normal work load of their employees does not increase risk of injury. That means doing things like reducing the number of games in a season, shortening summer break and starting season earlier, in order to reduce density (avoid back to backs and 4 games in 5 nights), reducing amount of travel by planning for better schedule, etc'. Resting players at the expense of those, who invested money in them, is not an acceptable solution. Having said that, your statement that "more and more studies confirm that the majority of injuries are caused through fatigue" is false. Just recently I read an article, where NBA official was speaking on the matter, and saying the exact opposite - these is no conclusive study or any kind of scientific data, which confirms with the sufficient degree of certainty that the current level of fatigue of NBA players increases risk of injury. You can draw your own conclusions and speculate all you want why Duncan or LBJ did not get injured....


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Maybe I'm wrong, but it's funny to me how players rest and in 80's, 90's, early 2000's when game was more physical, players didn't seem to be out as much.


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Resting players at the expense of those, who invested money in them, is not an acceptable solution. Having said that, your statement that "more and more studies confirm that the majority of injuries are caused through fatigue" is false. Just recently I read an article, where NBA official was speaking on the matter, and saying the exact opposite - these is no conclusive study or any kind of scientific data, which confirms with the sufficient degree of certainty that the current level of fatigue of NBA players increases risk of injury. You can draw your own conclusions and speculate....


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Go google some studies, to say there is no scientific proof is plain ignorance. The NBA has already mandated that less pre season games should be played and they are extending the regular season on the back of these sports medicine studies. Have you ever been to the theater to watch a show and the lead actor or actress is having the night off? Do you know what happens? You watch the show and don't get your money back. The paying customer assumes the risk when purchasing the ticket. Some venues even state that on the ticket fine print. Go read....


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I'd be very curious to read and confirm your claims about existence of an attorney, who filed and withdrew suit about Spurs game, and his reasons for withdrawal - got a link? Fans, being ripped off when teams sit healthy star players is not a "feeling" or an opinion - it's a fact. It falls right into definition of "false advertisement", which is prohibited for any business/financial transaction and which says advertising one thing during the sale, and delivering something different post sale is not allowed, unless otherwise expressly stated in writing in the contract between the seller and the buyer.....


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Next your going to tell me chronic traumatic encephalopathy doesn't exist in the NFL. https://www.si.com/nba/point-forward/2013/03/30/san-antonio-spurs-miam i-heat-lawsuit-gregg-popovich The lawyer filed it as a class action........
I looked it up and McGuinness didn't comment on the reasons why he dropped the suit. Perhaps out of court informal settlement has been reached directly with the team, or he found the $250,000 fine, the NBA gave the Spurs to be sufficient punishment. This lawsuit, the Florida’s deceptive and fair trade practices law Spurs violated (I'll take lawyer's word over yours that they did, any day) and the fact, NBA fined Spurs quarter million dollars - all these thing....


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I looked it up and McGuinness didn't comment on the reasons why he dropped the suit. Perhaps out of court informal settlement has been reached directly with the team, or he found the $250,000 fine, the NBA gave the Spurs to be sufficient punishment. This lawsuit, the Florida’s deceptive and fair trade practices law Spurs violated (I'll take lawyer's word over yours that they did, any day) and the fact, NBA fined Spurs quarter million dollars - all these thing only reaffirm my point that sitting healthy players will never be acceptable. If someone actually proves direct connection between fatigue....


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Back on popular demand.

This is the 2018-19 Team Tank “Lebron” edition.

Please salute our highly decorated Tank Commander Lebron. This amazing Commander is just another kid from Akron, who will guide us to the promised land.

His mission statement reads: Iron, Lion...Zion.


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LMFAO..!!!!

These are some of the heavy hitters in the battlefield. I see you paid special attention to details...the homage to GOAT tank commander Byron on the bottom right. Lol.


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LMAO!!!


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LMFAO..!!!!

These are some of the heavy hitters in the battlefield. I see you paid special attention to details...the homage to GOAT tank commander Byron on the bottom right. Lol.

It's not my image but it's too darn good not to post for others to see. I found it over on r/lakers


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http://www.espn.com/nba/draft/bestavailable


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Heard that Brandon Ingram could have career ending injury same as Chris Bosh. Prayers up for him, i guess we might take the tanking route seriously as we really need a wing if BI doesn't come back permanently. Unfortunate situation and just a fuel to the fire of what has been a frustrating season to say the least. Its been a 7 years of tanking and so on and atleast with Lebron it wasn't a welcome idea to tank.

Just a disappointed Laker fan right now


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LMAO!!!

ROFL let magic sign him up, he won't do any worse than how lakers playing


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So that’s the reason that LebRon needs to limit his minutes, he’s already in party mode!

I see that Jeff VanGundy suggested that the Lakes trade LebRon. It’s something to strongly consider since he’s never been the same since his injury and he’s killing the team chemistry.


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That is the best tank picture, it had the gang really laughing. I love it!


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Early this year Magic and Rob said that they had everything under control and that their plan has been unfolding perfectly. I never realized that they came up with a new approach to tank.


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Don’t know where our draft position will be, but Coby White looked awesome got UNC last night


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http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/2621 ... ook-mirror

I know the media loves hating on the lakers but darn some of these quotes really hit the nail on the head.

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Can you imagine the state of confusion an owner must live in if she looks at her team that is 156-320 over its past six seasons, one blessed with all of those assets, and concludes that the leading cause for concern is the information swirling on the outside? Despite its falsehood, the statement actually reveals much about one of the Lakers' true shortcomings. They're so devoid of self-reflection that they can't see something that's abundantly obvious to anyone paying attention:

The Lakers are so infatuated with the glory of their brand that they forget about the essence of their product.

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Accountability and leadership are not exactly hallmark Lakers qualities in recent years. They excel at the optics of leadership: president Magic Johnson at Lonzo Ball's 2017 introductory press conference pointing to the place on the practice facility where he would like to see Ball's jersey mounted; general manager Rob Pelinka cracking open "The Alchemist" and reading a hollow aphorism as if that's an exercise in thought leadership; talking tough to a coach mano a mano behind closed doors.


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http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26213791/to-move-forward-lak ers-need-long-look-mirror

I know the media loves hating on the lakers but darn some of these quotes really hit the nail on the head.

Getting rid of the FO wouldn’t suffice, they need new ownership. It’s a pipe dream, but I’m hoping they explore selling the team to a stable ownership/group like Stan Kroneke or even the Guggenheim group.


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Can someone explain to me that when you add a talent like LeBron James to a team how they (currently) get ZERO games better than the year before??? Even if we were 10 games better I’d say James was not making the team better. His talent alone should do more than that. When you add chemistry, style of play and intangibles, you add that kind of talent and the team is NO better, shows me that James makes the team worse. We have more talent than last year and we’re NO better.

If I ever hear that James makes players better again I’m going to throw up.


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FrankBecerra wrote:
So that’s the reason that LebRon needs to limit his minutes, he’s already in party mode!

I see that Jeff VanGundy suggested that the Lakes trade LebRon. It’s something to strongly consider since he’s never been the same since his injury and he’s killing the team chemistry.

Honestly, not just as an anti-James Lakers fan, I was saying that at the trade deadline. He’s 34 and we have 3 more years of THIS? Most fans didn’t want James to begin with and he doesn’t make us any better, costs the Max, and like you said, is destroying that young team chemistry that led us to the exact same record last year with far less talent. James is only going to get worse as time goes on. We should’ve included him in talks for Davis! Maybe they’d have made the trade then. Lost AD in a year for nothing or get James now who will fill the seats. KKennon said he has a no trade clause. I haven’t seen that, but makes sense. We should’ve said James, Kuzma and a first for Anthony Davis and Julius Randle!


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^^^

With regard to the "No Trade Clause", I don't think he has one from what I've been reading online.


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I checked my posts and I was in favor of getting LeBron -- but cautioned that injury could derail his Championship quest. Which is exactly what happened.


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JJCali wrote:
Honestly, not just as an anti-James Lakers fan, I was saying that at the trade deadline. He’s 34 and we have 3 more years of THIS? Most fans didn’t want James to begin with and he doesn’t make us any better, costs the Max, and like you said, is destroying that young team chemistry that led us to the exact same record last year with far less talent. James is only going to get worse as time goes on. We should’ve included him in talks for Davis! Maybe they’d have made the trade then. Lost AD in a year for nothing or get James now who will fill the seats. KKennon said he has a no trade clause. I haven’t seen that, but makes sense. We should’ve said James, Kuzma and a first for Anthony Davis and Julius Randle!

Was wrong about no trade Clause, this is the 1st time in his career he doesn't have one. But unfortunately, I don't think the Lakers FO has the balls to trade him. Only way it happens is if Lebron wants out. Think Rich Paul would go nuts if Lakers didn't it without his permission. Let alone kill any chance at AD and any of his other FA's. Also what message will it send to other top FA's?

So we better hope Lebron doesn't want to stick around or young guys currently on team are screwed. Imo


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Was wrong about no trade Clause, this is the 1st time in his career he doesn't have one. But unfortunately, I don't think the Lakers FO has the balls to trade him. Only way it happens is if Lebron wants out. Think Rich Paul would go nuts if Lakers didn't it without his permission. Let alone kill any chance at AD and any of his other FA's. Also what message will it send to other top FA's?

So we better hope Lebron doesn't want to stick around or young guys currently on team are screwed. Imo

I don’t think the trade is realistic and it would send wrong signals to future Fa’s. This was not going to be the year anyways. The injuries sustained by multiple players including LBJ, was no joke and folks keep sweeping that under the carpet.

However with that being said, LBJ does want to play with AD. Maybe they trade LBJ to the Pelicans for Randle, Holiday, Elfrid Payton and multiple 1st rd picks. That would be a nice young nucleus. And then in the off season sign either Thobias Harris or DMC and Mirotic. KAT is RFA as well. Throw money at him and force Minny to Match.


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I don’t think the trade is realistic and it would send wrong signals to future Fa’s. This was not going to be the year anyways. The injuries sustained by multiple players including LBJ, was no joke and folks keep sweeping that under the carpet.

However with that being said, LBJ does want to play with AD. Maybe they trade LBJ to the Pelicans for Randle, Holiday, Elfrid Payton and multiple 1st rd picks. That would be a nice young nucleus. And then in the off season sign either Thobias Harris or DMC and Mirotic. KAT is RFA as well. Throw money at him and force Minny to Match.

I believe the issue is that no superstar wants to play in N.O. Well AD took the money on the 1st go around but now he's like screw that...lmao. The irony IMO is that even if LBJ was still in CLE, AD ain't going to CLE either. Hey MAGIC would you want to play in an arena named "Smoothie King"?.....ROTFL!!!!! At the end of the day, I still believe LBJ came to LA to position is son better and show business.


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I believe the issue is that no superstar wants to play in N.O. Well AD took the money on the 1st go around but now he's like screw that...lmao. The irony IMO is that even if LBJ was still in CLE, AD ain't going to CLE either. Hey MAGIC would you want to play in an arena named "Smoothie King"?.....ROTFL!!!!! At the end of the day, I still believe LBJ came to LA to position is son better and show business.

Totally agree about no one going to New Orleans , I'll trade for AD ( not whole roster) and like Magic suggested, T. Harris would be a good signing in FA.


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I don’t think the trade is realistic and it would send wrong signals to future Fa’s. This was not going to be the year anyways. The injuries sustained by multiple players including LBJ, was no joke and folks keep sweeping that under the carpet. However with that being said, LBJ does want to play with AD. Maybe they trade LBJ to the Pelicans for Randle, Holiday, Elfrid Payton and multiple 1st rd picks. That would be a nice young nucleus. And then in the off season sign either Thobias Harris or DMC and Mirotic. KAT is RFA as well. Throw....


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^^^

Lmao....It's all coming out now. That's usually what happens. Not a good look for Magic. He'll never be able to justify letting Randle go unless a miracle happens in the offseason. Brook probably could've kept him on another 1 yr deal but not as important as letting Randle go. Just my thoughts. I wonder if that anonymous Executive was Jeanie Buss. Oh well As the World Turns....lol.


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