Re: How would you feel about Paul ending his career with the Lakers?
posted at 5/9/2013 12:59 PM EDT
In response to KingShaq's comment:
In response to Red-16Russ-11's comment:
PLENTLY of evidence in those two LATEST articles to:
a. Dispute your theory that the trade would have happened anyway - which you cannot prove
Which statement dispute that theory? Make things up again?
[QUOTE]b. While I do NOT know what went on behind the scenes, and neither do you, what I present are events which have already happened, the reasons they happened, and a logical conclusion.[/QUOTE}
I don't have to know the BTS stuff. Just know that you don't have the evidence to support your hypothesis. And the logical conclusion? If you believe in logic, then you wouldn't have used A->B to deduce !A->!B. You have no capability to talk logic.
Based on the two LATEST sources I provided....which makes SEVEN total, my theory is actually more logical than yours - for which you refuse to produce ANY!!!!
Your theory is supported by A->B, so based on A->B, it's MORE LOGICAL to equate it to !A->!B? Please go take a logic 101.
Face it - neither of us knows what happened behind the scenes, but it is MORE reasonable to "assume" that the Bynum injury triggered the Gasol trade than "they were working on it for weeks behind the scenes" as you claim, yet refuse to support.
Geez, the Bynum injury trigger the Gasol trade? I have no doubt on that. Do you think I challenge that? all these after 4 years?
Now you are still confusing "Bynum injury trigger Gasol trade" and "no Bynum injury -> no gaosl trade". I don't have to support anything. Just forcing you to prove "no Bynum injury -> no Gasol trade" would make you cry mama, because you always confuse that to "bynum injury -> Gasol trade".
It's the same thing!