Monday, May 28, 2007

Wallace might have reservations

If you skip ahead to the 30 second mark, Youtube gives us some reason to believe that Wallace would be less than thrilled to see Kobe everyday in practice.

Like BG posted, Ty might be the key to any deal. If he's not included, it'd be tough to turn down. That being said, a Gordon/Farmar backcourt, even with some cap space and two first rounders, isn't all that appealing for the Lake Show. But would they have any other options?


Blogger BenGo07 said...

A Gordon, Farmar and Sefolosha backcourt might be a little more enticing, however. The other thing is, if you can sign-and-trade Noce in the deal, that would give the Lakers three rotation players and if you throw in the No. 9 pick, that might presumably bring a fourth. I don't know the logistics of sign-and-trades, so this might be impossible but it strikes me that:

Gordon, Sefolosha, Nocioni and the No. 9 pick



is about as good as it's going to get for the Lakers if he demands a trade.

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