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» Wed Oct 18, 2006 5:31 pm
I would like to see a Diogu for Odom trade? Doubt it would happen since Kwame probably would play the 4 spot...

Does anyone out there think Odom would do good in an uptempo offense? He played well against the Suns when he backed up Marion and they played the slowed down game...
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» Wed Oct 18, 2006 6:49 pm
I'd love to have Odom, and I think we could give a realistic trade for him. And no, Kwame plays center, Mihm will come off the bench. Either Brian Cook or (I know) Luke Walton play 4.
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» Wed Oct 18, 2006 6:51 pm
Proposed trade: Murphy, Pietrus, Diogu, 2nd round pick -- for Odom

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» Wed Oct 18, 2006 9:13 pm
Too much talent to giveup for Odom JP! Maybe Diogu and Pietrus for Odom...Giving up 2 starting players 40 percent of your starting lineup for Odom?

That would be a nice lineup Baron at the point, Ellis at the two, Richardson at the 3, Odom at the 4 and Murphy at the 5.
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» Wed Oct 18, 2006 9:26 pm
J-Rich wrote:Too much talent to giveup for Odom JP! Maybe Diogu and Pietrus for Odom...Giving up 2 starting players 40 percent of your starting lineup for Odom?

That would be a nice lineup Baron at the point, Ellis at the two, Richardson at the 3, Odom at the 4 and Murphy at the 5.



Definately is too much talent for Odom! Diogu and Pietrus would be good but does the salary work? I'd rather give up dun and Murphy if need be but Odom is pretty untouchable
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» Thu Oct 19, 2006 2:52 am
migya wrote:
J-Rich wrote:Too much talent to giveup for Odom JP! Maybe Diogu and Pietrus for Odom...Giving up 2 starting players 40 percent of your starting lineup for Odom?

That would be a nice lineup Baron at the point, Ellis at the two, Richardson at the 3, Odom at the 4 and Murphy at the 5.



Definately is too much talent for Odom! Diogu and Pietrus would be good but does the salary work? I'd rather give up dun and Murphy if need be but Odom is pretty untouchable


And that's why we would have to give up a lot of talent to get him... The Lakers wouldn't trade him for a fair deal. They need to be winning in the deal (or believe they are).

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» Sat Oct 21, 2006 9:51 pm
That's a horrible idea. LO is not a difference maker ( not saying Ike is, but c'mon ). L is nothing but an upgrade over Dun, a higher paid upgrade of course---030---
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» Sun Oct 22, 2006 2:19 am
zero3zero wrote:That's a horrible idea. LO is not a difference maker ( not saying Ike is, but c'mon ). L is nothing but an upgrade over Dun, a higher paid upgrade of course---030---


Really?. I consider Odom as a borderline All Star... something Dun will never achieve... Odom is what Dun was hyped to be.
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» Sun Oct 22, 2006 9:54 am
Odom would probably be the best rebounder on the team if he were here and maybe even the best playmaker. He would be a major upgrade at either SF or PF since he can play both
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» Sun Oct 22, 2006 12:49 pm
No-Murphy is a better rebounder.
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» Sun Oct 22, 2006 2:17 pm
And Baron Davis is a better playmaker.
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» Sun Oct 22, 2006 10:30 pm
Odom is great at both and it can certainly be proven that he is a good playmaker and passer............. someone said that about dunnyboy :shock:
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» Mon Oct 23, 2006 2:18 pm
I agree. Id love to see Odom in a Warriors uni. Way better shooter than Dun, I know because he was on my fantasy team last year :D .

But yeah, as much as I like Diogu, if we have the chance to get Odom, Id do it. Maybe instead of Diogu trade Bryant, I dont see him doing much under Nellie.
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» Mon Oct 23, 2006 4:32 pm
I agree. I'd love to see Odom as a Warrior. But don't be mistaken into claiming this guy's a "great" playmaker. Jason Kidd is a great playmaker. Steve Nash is a great playmaker. Brevin Knight, Baron Davis, Magic Johnson, John Stockdown... all 'great' playmakers.

Lamar Odom averaged how many last year? 5? And it led his team??! Wow...
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» Mon Oct 23, 2006 5:42 pm
I would like to see odom here but i dont to give Ike to them anyway its to early to give up on ike its just preseason if he dont get to play alot or not getting his right minute then we trade him but now it to early

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