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    VLAD DIVAC AHHAHAHAHAAHHAHHAAHHAAHAH AHHAH

    :lol:

    i saw it on ESPNEWS, its probably on espn.com or somethin

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    Are you serious? :o

    That's just great. He better not bring none of that flopping with him.

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    He is actually a better passer than shaq, and is a great passer for a big man overall. But definatly not shaq. But Kobe will love that he is a great passer, just what Kobe wanted.....a PASSER not a Scorer!!

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    The lakers are done. Vlade is not a dominant force....Kobe does not know what it means to be on a TEAM....but he will soon learn, those rings were because of "Shaq-Fu and crew" than "Kobe and his hommies"...

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    But they'll still have a better record than the Knicks. :lol:

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    Vlade is actually an ok player at center. You are never going to get anyone to replace Shaq. Shaq is in his own universe as a player.

    I'm interested to see what type of system, The Fakers run next year. The triangle offense is gone along with Shaq and Phil Jackson.

    The Lakers will be a playoff team but they are not winning any championships. It will be interesting to see what offense, Rudy T uses. Kobe will lead the league in scoring and Odom will do a good job inside but there are question marks all around that team.

    I see about 45 to 48 wins for them and maybe the 6th or 7th seed.

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    who were they supposed to get?

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    The Lakers will get good value from Vlade, and his flops.

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    Originally posted by NYJ310@Jul 19 2004, 06:21 PM
    But they'll still have a better record than the Knicks. :lol:
    the Knicks are in the easier division and conference, and they're going after Eric Dampier (will happen) and Vince Carter (10% chance of happening)

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    Originally posted by Jet Addict SouthFL@Jul 19 2004, 05:55 PM
    who were they supposed to get?
    Should have made a run for Dampier.

    The real problem for the Lakers is that a frontcourt of Odom, Butler and Divac is not a physical one, and will be beat up in the paint, especially against the likes of Minny, San Ant., Sac, Phoenix, and probably Memphis and Denver.

    I could se the Lakers playing around .500, and just squeezing in as the 8th seed, maybe the 7th.

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