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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 9:05 am    Post subject:

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If the Lakers continue advancing in the tournament, they'll end up playing 3 games in 3 consecutive nights (the SL schedule is wack). Might as well activate Ingram for one of them, because with Hart, Dozier, Nwaba all out, it's going to be tough to find a minute distribution that doesn't involve Ball playing 35 minutes. It's pretty much game over if Ingram is playing anyways.


I think if we play the Celtics, Ingram has to be in. I know Magic would understand. We know Ainge understood by not giving us Avery Bradley.
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MJST wrote:
governator wrote:
Sixers gonna regret not taking him with the #1 pick


I don't think they'll regret picking Simmons over Ingram.

They'll regret picking Okafor over Porzingis.

I think if the Sixers had drafted Porzingis, the next move they should have made was a future 1st in 2018 and the late 1st in 2017 to us for D'Angelo Russell if they were still keen on trading him. If the Lakers bit on that, then the 76ers lineup this season would be

D'Angelo Russell
Markelle Fultz
Ben Simmons
Kristaps Porzingis
Joel Embiid

Which would be frightening.

but fortunately the Sixers didn't draft Porzingis


DLo was our starting PG for the past three years and we were no where near being frightening. But once you replaced Dlo with a PG whos competent, the Lakers became very, very frightening. I cant wait for pre-season to see Ball, Ingram and Kuz running the break and see how teams decide to pick their poison to defend that.


I love me some Lonzo, but this is where it gets comical. We're 2-2 with him playing in the Summer League. They were 3-2 last year and 3-1 with Russell playing.

The Lakers are not "very, very frightening" nor are teams worried about picking between the "poisons" of Ingram & Kuzma. Good grief.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 12:37 pm    Post subject:

GoldenThroat wrote:
lakersfever714 wrote:
MJST wrote:
governator wrote:
Sixers gonna regret not taking him with the #1 pick


I don't think they'll regret picking Simmons over Ingram.

They'll regret picking Okafor over Porzingis.

I think if the Sixers had drafted Porzingis, the next move they should have made was a future 1st in 2018 and the late 1st in 2017 to us for D'Angelo Russell if they were still keen on trading him. If the Lakers bit on that, then the 76ers lineup this season would be

D'Angelo Russell
Markelle Fultz
Ben Simmons
Kristaps Porzingis
Joel Embiid

Which would be frightening.

but fortunately the Sixers didn't draft Porzingis


DLo was our starting PG for the past three years and we were no where near being frightening. But once you replaced Dlo with a PG whos competent, the Lakers became very, very frightening. I cant wait for pre-season to see Ball, Ingram and Kuz running the break and see how teams decide to pick their poison to defend that.


I love me some Lonzo, but this is where it gets comical. We're 2-2 with him playing in the Summer League. They were 3-2 last year and 3-1 with Russell playing.

The Lakers are not "very, very frightening" nor are teams worried about picking between the "poisons" of Ingram & Kuzma. Good grief.


Nah, I'm sure teams are game planning Ingram & Kuzma on the wings like they're Durant & Thompson. Very, very frightening ...me, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, figaro magnifico
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 12:40 pm    Post subject:

It's a far more entertaining brand this summer because we're running more, and dudes are hitting spot-up shots. That's about it.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 2:10 pm    Post subject:

tox wrote:
GoldenThroat wrote:
lakersfever714 wrote:
MJST wrote:
governator wrote:
Sixers gonna regret not taking him with the #1 pick


I don't think they'll regret picking Simmons over Ingram.

They'll regret picking Okafor over Porzingis.

I think if the Sixers had drafted Porzingis, the next move they should have made was a future 1st in 2018 and the late 1st in 2017 to us for D'Angelo Russell if they were still keen on trading him. If the Lakers bit on that, then the 76ers lineup this season would be

D'Angelo Russell
Markelle Fultz
Ben Simmons
Kristaps Porzingis
Joel Embiid

Which would be frightening.

but fortunately the Sixers didn't draft Porzingis


DLo was our starting PG for the past three years and we were no where near being frightening. But once you replaced Dlo with a PG whos competent, the Lakers became very, very frightening. I cant wait for pre-season to see Ball, Ingram and Kuz running the break and see how teams decide to pick their poison to defend that.


I love me some Lonzo, but this is where it gets comical. We're 2-2 with him playing in the Summer League. They were 3-2 last year and 3-1 with Russell playing.

The Lakers are not "very, very frightening" nor are teams worried about picking between the "poisons" of Ingram & Kuzma. Good grief.


Nah, I'm sure teams are game planning Ingram & Kuzma on the wings like they're Durant & Thompson. Very, very frightening ...me, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, figaro magnifico


Thunderbolts & Lightning...
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 2:14 pm    Post subject:

AFireInside619 wrote:
tox wrote:
GoldenThroat wrote:
lakersfever714 wrote:
MJST wrote:
governator wrote:
Sixers gonna regret not taking him with the #1 pick


I don't think they'll regret picking Simmons over Ingram.

They'll regret picking Okafor over Porzingis.

I think if the Sixers had drafted Porzingis, the next move they should have made was a future 1st in 2018 and the late 1st in 2017 to us for D'Angelo Russell if they were still keen on trading him. If the Lakers bit on that, then the 76ers lineup this season would be

D'Angelo Russell
Markelle Fultz
Ben Simmons
Kristaps Porzingis
Joel Embiid

Which would be frightening.

but fortunately the Sixers didn't draft Porzingis


DLo was our starting PG for the past three years and we were no where near being frightening. But once you replaced Dlo with a PG whos competent, the Lakers became very, very frightening. I cant wait for pre-season to see Ball, Ingram and Kuz running the break and see how teams decide to pick their poison to defend that.


I love me some Lonzo, but this is where it gets comical. We're 2-2 with him playing in the Summer League. They were 3-2 last year and 3-1 with Russell playing.

The Lakers are not "very, very frightening" nor are teams worried about picking between the "poisons" of Ingram & Kuzma. Good grief.


Nah, I'm sure teams are game planning Ingram & Kuzma on the wings like they're Durant & Thompson. Very, very frightening ...me, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, figaro magnifico


Thunderbolts & Lightning...


Will y'all let it go? Bismillah! NO! y'all won't let it go.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 2:16 pm    Post subject:

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 2:20 pm    Post subject:

BennyLava wrote:
AFireInside619 wrote:
tox wrote:
GoldenThroat wrote:
lakersfever714 wrote:
MJST wrote:
governator wrote:
Sixers gonna regret not taking him with the #1 pick


I don't think they'll regret picking Simmons over Ingram.

They'll regret picking Okafor over Porzingis.

I think if the Sixers had drafted Porzingis, the next move they should have made was a future 1st in 2018 and the late 1st in 2017 to us for D'Angelo Russell if they were still keen on trading him. If the Lakers bit on that, then the 76ers lineup this season would be

D'Angelo Russell
Markelle Fultz
Ben Simmons
Kristaps Porzingis
Joel Embiid

Which would be frightening.

but fortunately the Sixers didn't draft Porzingis


DLo was our starting PG for the past three years and we were no where near being frightening. But once you replaced Dlo with a PG whos competent, the Lakers became very, very frightening. I cant wait for pre-season to see Ball, Ingram and Kuz running the break and see how teams decide to pick their poison to defend that.


I love me some Lonzo, but this is where it gets comical. We're 2-2 with him playing in the Summer League. They were 3-2 last year and 3-1 with Russell playing.

The Lakers are not "very, very frightening" nor are teams worried about picking between the "poisons" of Ingram & Kuzma. Good grief.


Nah, I'm sure teams are game planning Ingram & Kuzma on the wings like they're Durant & Thompson. Very, very frightening ...me, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, figaro magnifico


Thunderbolts & Lightning...


Will y'all let it go? Bismillah! NO! y'all won't let it go.


Mambaaaaaa, oooooooooohhhhh.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:13 pm    Post subject:

I hope Ingram can take a positive step defensively this season. We have seen a glimpse of how Lonzo can dictate on offense. What we will need is for guys to improve defensively to really maximize what we have.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:44 pm    Post subject:

They should reactivate Brandon for the final to bring home this SL title for us.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:46 pm    Post subject:

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They should reactivate Brandon for the final to bring home this SL title for us.


Agreed!
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 2:44 pm    Post subject:

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They should reactivate Brandon for the final to bring home this SL title for us.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:53 am    Post subject:

Big praise for Ingram:

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2. Who was the best veteran you saw at summer league?

MacMahon: Brandon Ingram looked like a No. 2 overall pick entering his second season is supposed to look against summer league competition, but he played only one game.

As a result, I'll go with Troy Williams, who lit it up for the Houston Rockets after splitting his rookie season between Houston and the Memphis Grizzlies. Williams is a wing with NBA athleticism, and he showed scoring ability (22.0 ppg) that was a bit surprising.

Herring: Golden State's Patrick McCaw. We get so used to players like McCaw simply fitting in and keeping things rolling when he comes in for or plays alongside a roster full of All-Stars. But it's pretty eye-opening to see him dominate rookies and other young guys when given the chance to lead instead.

Tedesco: Brandon Ingram's 31 minutes. Ingram earned the annual "he's too good for summer league" title in about two quarters, which is huge for the Lakers after he was pretty meh as a rookie. The way he forcefully used his size with confidence really stood out. Don't forget that Ingram is younger than Josh Jackson and Lauri Markkanen and hardly older than Lonzo Ball, De'Aaron Fox and Jonathan Isaac. He still has star potential.

Pelton: It's impressive that the Lakers won the NBA Summer League title with the best player on their roster playing only the first game. Ingram came out, showed growth from his rookie season in terms of strength and the ability to generate makeable shot attempts, and then was shut down for the duration after he cramped up at the end of regulation.


http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/20091845/top-rookies-surprises-disappointments-2017-nba-summer-league
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 8:04 am    Post subject:

dao wrote:
BennyLava wrote:
AFireInside619 wrote:
tox wrote:
GoldenThroat wrote:
lakersfever714 wrote:
MJST wrote:
governator wrote:
Sixers gonna regret not taking him with the #1 pick


I don't think they'll regret picking Simmons over Ingram.

They'll regret picking Okafor over Porzingis.

I think if the Sixers had drafted Porzingis, the next move they should have made was a future 1st in 2018 and the late 1st in 2017 to us for D'Angelo Russell if they were still keen on trading him. If the Lakers bit on that, then the 76ers lineup this season would be

D'Angelo Russell
Markelle Fultz
Ben Simmons
Kristaps Porzingis
Joel Embiid

Which would be frightening.

but fortunately the Sixers didn't draft Porzingis


DLo was our starting PG for the past three years and we were no where near being frightening. But once you replaced Dlo with a PG whos competent, the Lakers became very, very frightening. I cant wait for pre-season to see Ball, Ingram and Kuz running the break and see how teams decide to pick their poison to defend that.


I love me some Lonzo, but this is where it gets comical. We're 2-2 with him playing in the Summer League. They were 3-2 last year and 3-1 with Russell playing.

The Lakers are not "very, very frightening" nor are teams worried about picking between the "poisons" of Ingram & Kuzma. Good grief.


Nah, I'm sure teams are game planning Ingram & Kuzma on the wings like they're Durant & Thompson. Very, very frightening ...me, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, figaro magnifico


Thunderbolts & Lightning...


Will y'all let it go? Bismillah! NO! y'all won't let it go.


Mambaaaaaa, oooooooooohhhhh.


BeLonzoBall has a Kuzma put aside for me, for me, for me
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:32 am    Post subject:

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Big praise for Ingram:

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2. Who was the best veteran you saw at summer league?

MacMahon: Brandon Ingram looked like a No. 2 overall pick entering his second season is supposed to look against summer league competition, but he played only one game.

As a result, I'll go with Troy Williams, who lit it up for the Houston Rockets after splitting his rookie season between Houston and the Memphis Grizzlies. Williams is a wing with NBA athleticism, and he showed scoring ability (22.0 ppg) that was a bit surprising.

Herring: Golden State's Patrick McCaw. We get so used to players like McCaw simply fitting in and keeping things rolling when he comes in for or plays alongside a roster full of All-Stars. But it's pretty eye-opening to see him dominate rookies and other young guys when given the chance to lead instead.

Tedesco: Brandon Ingram's 31 minutes. Ingram earned the annual "he's too good for summer league" title in about two quarters, which is huge for the Lakers after he was pretty meh as a rookie. The way he forcefully used his size with confidence really stood out. Don't forget that Ingram is younger than Josh Jackson and Lauri Markkanen and hardly older than Lonzo Ball, De'Aaron Fox and Jonathan Isaac. He still has star potential.

Pelton: It's impressive that the Lakers won the NBA Summer League title with the best player on their roster playing only the first game. Ingram came out, showed growth from his rookie season in terms of strength and the ability to generate makeable shot attempts, and then was shut down for the duration after he cramped up at the end of regulation.


http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/20091845/top-rookies-surprises-disappointments-2017-nba-summer-league


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 5:49 pm    Post subject:

DNP - too good for summer league


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:15 pm    Post subject:

yinoma2001 wrote:
Big praise for Ingram:

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2. Who was the best veteran you saw at summer league?

MacMahon: Brandon Ingram looked like a No. 2 overall pick entering his second season is supposed to look against summer league competition, but he played only one game.

As a result, I'll go with Troy Williams, who lit it up for the Houston Rockets after splitting his rookie season between Houston and the Memphis Grizzlies. Williams is a wing with NBA athleticism, and he showed scoring ability (22.0 ppg) that was a bit surprising.

Herring: Golden State's Patrick McCaw. We get so used to players like McCaw simply fitting in and keeping things rolling when he comes in for or plays alongside a roster full of All-Stars. But it's pretty eye-opening to see him dominate rookies and other young guys when given the chance to lead instead.

Tedesco: Brandon Ingram's 31 minutes. Ingram earned the annual "he's too good for summer league" title in about two quarters, which is huge for the Lakers after he was pretty meh as a rookie. The way he forcefully used his size with confidence really stood out. Don't forget that Ingram is younger than Josh Jackson and Lauri Markkanen and hardly older than Lonzo Ball, De'Aaron Fox and Jonathan Isaac. He still has star potential.

Pelton: It's impressive that the Lakers won the NBA Summer League title with the best player on their roster playing only the first game. Ingram came out, showed growth from his rookie season in terms of strength and the ability to generate makeable shot attempts, and then was shut down for the duration after he cramped up at the end of regulation.


http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/20091845/top-rookies-surprises-disappointments-2017-nba-summer-league


Love Pelton's comment. Pretty much what a lot of us have been saying here all along
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:36 am    Post subject:

This thread really made it's way to the middle of the second page? That's a big nope
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This thread really made it's way to the middle of the second page? That's a big nope


Quiet Ingram wouldn't have it any other way.
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1ngr4m wrote:
This thread really made it's way to the middle of the second page? That's a big nope


Quiet Ingram wouldn't have it any other way.


Pretty much Yin.. Goin forward I think his humility and Balls will be great for team chemistry. Neither of them feel the need to beat their chest and proclaim who's team it is. Or care about who's getting the most press coverage.
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yinoma2001 wrote:
1ngr4m wrote:
This thread really made it's way to the middle of the second page? That's a big nope


Quiet Ingram wouldn't have it any other way.


Pretty much Yin.. Goin forward I think his humility and Balls will be great for team chemistry. Neither of them feel the need to beat their chest and proclaim who's team it is. Or care about who's getting the most press coverage.


To be as talented as they are, and to come from stable, parent led supportive backgrounds, bodes well for our franchise that will be led by, not only great players, but great young men.

Add Karma Kuzma & high character guys like Hart, Bryant, and a shout out to Pope and his family, and we've got a talented roster with character. Phenomenal and astute moves combined with a little luck (Pope) and its looking real nice going forward.
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LakerDYnasty72 wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
yinoma2001 wrote:
1ngr4m wrote:
This thread really made it's way to the middle of the second page? That's a big nope


Quiet Ingram wouldn't have it any other way.


Pretty much Yin.. Goin forward I think his humility and Balls will be great for team chemistry. Neither of them feel the need to beat their chest and proclaim who's team it is. Or care about who's getting the most press coverage.


To be as talented as they are, and to come from stable, parent led supportive backgrounds, bodes well for our franchise that will be led by, not only great players, but great young men.

Add Karma Kuzma & high character guys like Hart, Bryant, and a shout out to Pope and his family, and we've got a talented roster with character. Phenomenal and astute moves combined with a little luck (Pope) and its looking real nice going forward.



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Excuse me?


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