If, as reported, Nunn got more than min at the price suggested --- no. If Nunn is a misreport and he got the min --- yes. Assuming it's not a misreport
TODAY with @FredNBCLA & @RodneyPeete9: -#Dodgers drop one against the Houston Astros. -Dodgers-Astros tonight. -@THEREAL_DV will join to talk about the atmosphere last night at Dodger Stadium and more. -#Lakers too old to win? Tune in: https://t.co/psbw6Y3ECn
Accurate, and the intent is "I have about 30 questions in my timeline, let's answer a few" - but when I get through those 30, there's somehow 90 and then 180, etc. Giving it a few more minutes then getting to some real work, lol
Don't think that'll work for the Lakers or the Celtics from a practical POV. What is legal doesn't matter if the teams aren't interested
Technically all sign-and-trades need to occur during the offseason - so the hard deadline would be before the start of the regular season
Thrilled to have SSR's resident old, @forumbluegold, back in the fold, to write about the olds.
Will be writing at SS&R some this season. Here's my first post...
If you're talking Lakers, Iguodala by far in that the Lakers still could use some wing defense still. Ariza will help, more of the same kind of depth. Provided players are OK with short minutes, lots of rest and fresh legs - but lower stats. Hart will be expensive...
If the Lakers can get compensation for helping Dinwiddie to the Wizards, where they get cash, draft compensation or a near minimum young player? I don't see why not, but there's a lot to be determined