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LightFighter13B
07-12-2014, 10:41 AM
He cried, literally, about how unfair it was the Lakers were able to trade for CP3. Mainly cried that Lakers would have saved money and not paid a tax he would have received. This was before Czar Stern vetoed. However he does not complain about landing 3 of 4 #1s, getting Lebron and possibly K. LOVE in a trade.

The Mr. Mcgoo of NBA owners.

Future24
07-12-2014, 11:16 AM
I hope he never wins a title srs.

smallbonesjones
07-12-2014, 11:40 AM
I hope he never wins a title srs.
Same. **** dan gilbert and lebron they can both felate rat rileys nut sack

LightFighter13B
07-12-2014, 11:45 AM
Same. **** dan gilbert and lebron they can both felate rat rileys nut sack

Why mad at Lebron? I don't hate Lebron. Just irate at Gilbert.

ThatKindaGuy
07-12-2014, 11:56 AM
I hope LeBron eventually wins a title with the Cavs, both for his careers sake and for Cleveland.

And I hope Dan Gilbert won't be the franchise owner by then.

jassako
07-12-2014, 12:04 PM
Commissioner,

It would be a travesty to allow the Lakers to acquire Chris Paul in the apparent trade being discussed.

This trade should go to a vote of the 29 owners of the Hornets.

Over the next three seasons this deal would save the Lakers approximately $20 million in salaries and approximately $21 million in luxury taxes. That $21 million goes to non-taxpaying teams and to fund revenue sharing.

I cannot remember ever seeing a trade where a team got by far the best player in the trade and saved over $40 million in the process. And it doesn’t appear that they would give up any draft picks, which might allow to later make a trade for Dwight Howard. (They would also get a large trade exception that would help them improve their team and/or eventually trade for Howard.) When the Lakers got Pau Gasol (at the time considered an extremely lopsided trade) they took on tens of millions in additional salary and luxury tax and they gave up a number of prospects (one in Marc Gasol who may become a max-salary player).

I just don’t see how we can allow this trade to happen.

I know the vast majority of owners feel the same way that I do.

When will we just change the name of 25 of the 30 teams to the Washington Generals?

Please advise….

Dan G.



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