How many win in December?

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    Re: How many win in December?

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    Fungus... you are going to be way low.

    I'm saying maybe 9 wins in December, especially if it looks like Rondo won't be playing.

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    Doesn't matter.

     

    It's not like I'm going to be off this board for 1 year if the Celts win more than 4 games this month.

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    Odd that it suddenly doesn't matter if/when you are bad wrong.

    If you were  right on the money...  You'd be screaming from the rooftops.

    Said another way... you can dish it out but you can't take it.

    P.S.... Find employment.

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    Fungus... you are going to be way low.

    I'm saying maybe 9 wins in December, especially if it looks like Rondo won't be playing.

    Pud

     

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    Doesn't matter.

     

    It's not like I'm going to be off this board for 1 year if the Celts win more than 4 games this month.

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    Odd that it suddenly doesn't matter if/when you are bad wrong.

    If you were  right on the money...  You'd be screaming from the rooftops.

    Said another way... you can dish it out but you can't take it.

    P.S.... Find employment.

    Pud

     

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    +1 .... Haha!

     
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    Looks like 6 or 7 wins for December.

     
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    Looks like 6 or 7 wins for December.

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    I predicted 6 wins.

    No child can beat the Grinch!

     
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    I say 4 wins.

    Celts go 4-8 this December.

     



     

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    Re: How many win in December?

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    Hey GK, Jimmy Buss is totally incompetent, right?

    Told you that the moment he became the boss of the Lakers.

    You didn't believe me then, you believe me now?

     

    I mean giving Kobe 48m for 2 years when Kobe's already 35 years old is stupid.

    Just like hiring D'Antoni instead of Phil Jackson.

    Right, GK?

     

    HAHAHA

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    It's a good investment. For example when a super star is a free agent and he has to consider to sign with the Lakers or the Celtics who would you think the super star would choose????? They will see what the Celtics did with Pierce and how the Lakers did with Kobe. Thanks to Kobe the Buss family has the most recognize sports team after the Yankees and also have $3 billion TV contract. That's just a few pennies for the Buss family. Wink

    How many wins in January Mr. now it all?????

    Are you still getting Wiggins??? Oh I forgot you flipped flopped and now you say Parker?? Are you getting the #1 pick like you said???

     

     
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    Re: How many win in December?

    I don't know ... they have a $3B media contract ... you'd think they could afford to pay whatever luxury tax they had to to acquire another star ... besides, if they can get a cap friendly new contract with Gasol then they can renounce most of those $1-4MM part timers to clear enough cap space or do a S&T for a FA to put around Kobe, Gasol, Nash & Young. They have the financial flexibility of Mikhail Prokhorov ... Don't right them off so easily.

     
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    I don't know the rules? 

    Contrary to your opinion, the Lakers, if able to resign Gasol to say a KG friendly $10MM will have almost $15MM for a FA. That would be a roster of six. They'd have to use their exceptions to sign another six or whatever the new minimum roster requirements are under the new CBA. If they didn't renounce J Hill then they could resign him with Bird Rts once over the cap. That's 13 players .... they could probably resign six renounced players for vet minimums and they'd all be satisfied.

     
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    More win than that.

     

     

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    It's easy to say "more than that".

    How many wins?

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    6 win.

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    I accurately predicted exactly how many wins we would have in December.

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    I don't know the rules? 

    Contrary to your opinion, the Lakers, if able to resign Gasol to say a KG friendly $10MM will have almost $15MM for a FA. That would be a roster of six. They'd have to use their exceptions to sign another six or whatever the new minimum roster requirements are under the new CBA. If they didn't renounce J Hill then they could resign him with Bird Rts once over the cap. That's 13 players .... they could probably resign six renounced players for vet minimums and they'd all be satisfied.

     

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    Kobe - 23.5m

     

    Nash - 9.7m

    N.Young - 1.23m

    Sacre - .915

    Kelly - 1m

    Total - 36.34m

     

    You say sign Pau Gasol for 10m.

     

    So that's 46.34m.

     

    The salary cap for 2014-15 is projected to be at 60m.

     

    So 60 - 46.34 = 13.66m

     

    That's 6 players for 46.34m and the remaining cap space is 13.66m.

     

    Lakers can't even afford Carmelo Anthony if they only have 13.66m and they still need to sign 7 more players.

     

    The only exception the Lakers will have is the Room Exception of 2.65m. 

     

    Even if the Lakers have a ton of money, the new salary cap rules made sure the Lakers will not be able to buy their way to a championship.

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    Wrong as usual ... Now comes a new rumor of the Lakers cutting cap space with a trade of Gasol for Bynum and no doubt the Cavs 2014 draft pick.

     

     http://www.cbssports.com/nba/writer/ken-berger/24393226/dumping-gasol-for-bynum-would-represent-seismic-shift-for-lakers

     

    In what universe would the Lakers even consider dumping a four-time All-Star in nothing more than an accounting move to save a few bucks in salary and luxury tax? In this universe, that's what -- the universe created by the 2011 collective bargaining agreement.

    According to ESPN.com, the Lakers have had discussions with the Cavaliers about a trade that would send Pau Gasol to Cleveland for Andrew Bynum. The motivation? With Kobe Bryant hurt again and the Lakers clinging to slim hopes of even making the playoffs in the stacked Western Conference, LA would then waive Bynum before the other half of his $12.25 million salary becomes guaranteed on Jan. 7.

    Depending on how the deal is structured, it could save the Lakers millions in salary and luxury tax this season and nudge them under the tax threshold -- which would save them from the dreaded repeater tax next season.

     

    and with the Cavs 2014 pick, tanking would be in order no doubt.

    Like I said, don't count the Lakers out Fungus cause there's always a way to beat the CBA before it beats you.

     

     
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