Lakers won't deal Bynum for Hawks Har...

Lakers won't deal Bynum for Hawks Harrington?

There are 31 comments on the Ben Maller's Sports Rumors & Notes story from Aug 10, 2006, titled Lakers won't deal Bynum for Hawks Harrington?. In it, Ben Maller's Sports Rumors & Notes reports that:

Al Harrington has yet to find a home and the Lakers have often been mentioned as a suitor.

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bsiqueiros

Albuquerque, NM

#22 Oct 9, 2006
The lakers are one good player away from being a title contender. Why should laker nation have to wait around while Bynum is DEVELOPING, EITHER YOUR A PLAYER OR YOUR NOT. Harrington or a Drew Gooden would fit in nicely, especially since Chris Mihm doesnt appear to healing from his surgery
real laker fan

San Bernardino, CA

#23 Oct 9, 2006
Brent Dease wrote:
that soory dude bynum get harrington
I guess you didn't watch the lakers last year and see that bynum played and played well in limited minutes aginst shaq had four blocks in one game he only played 8 minutes he is only about to be 19 still the youngest laker thats why he isn't going anywhere and if harrington was so good why didn't his team finish better than second to last
odom07

Sanger, CA

#24 Oct 10, 2006
whoever wants 2 get rid of odom or bynum is stupid... odom is kobes pippen, he is a great rebounder and can pretty much play any position on da court... and bynum is young so give him time 2 show something... i have a good feeling about him
what it is

San Jose, CA

#25 Oct 11, 2006
odom07 wrote:
whoever wants 2 get rid of odom or bynum is stupid... odom is kobes pippen, he is a great rebounder and can pretty much play any position on da court... and bynum is young so give him time 2 show something... i have a good feeling about him
Pippen defended the most dangerous offensive perimeter player, allowing MJ to shut down Byron Scott or Jeff Hornechek and players of that magnitude. Odom cannot provide that, he can do similar things to Pip on the offensivve end, but odom's a better ball handler and rebounder.
JON

Thousand Oaks, CA

#26 Oct 28, 2006
silkk wrote:
<quoted text>If you think radmanovic has the ability to play the 2 at the nba level, perhaps you need an examination........
rADMANOVIC SUCKS i DONT SEE HIM HELPING US MUCH. bYNUM IS SHOWING SOME REAL POTENTIAL, i'D KEEP HIM HE IMPROVING AREADY AHEAD OF SCHEDULE AND COULD BE AN ALL STAR IN A COUPLE YEARS.
JON

Thousand Oaks, CA

#27 Oct 28, 2006
Radmo is crap. bynum could very well be the real deal. letting him go could be a huge mistake.
Kobe is 1

Northcote, Australia

#28 Oct 28, 2006
after seeing bynum in summer league and pre season, i take back all i said about getting rid of him!
Limacon

Singapore, Singapore

#29 Oct 29, 2006
No need to trade Bynum. He is improving in someways. Brown .. we can have him for some time. Mihm is expendable though is the best big man for the team right now. But due to injuries, he might not be fit to run with Bryant on the floor. Bynum can run.... Kareem is doing a good job developing the young boy's talents... don't you think.
Laker Desciple

Austell, GA

#30 Nov 2, 2006
Kobe is 1 wrote:
wud u deal bynum in order to get harrington? al harrington is a very good player he averaged 19 and 7 boards. i think he wud be very valuable to us. i like our team now, but i wud feel more comfortable with another player like harrington. lets get bonzi wells. he cant get a big offer now, let trade some ppl away to get him. he was dynamite in the playoffs last season. averaged 23 and 12 boards against the spurs! yall kno the spurs aint a soft amatuer team.
Hmm I would have to say that most of the people posting on this board collectively dont an once of b-ball intellect i thier heads, give the youngster a chance he seems to have held his own on opening night!
Laker Desciple

Austell, GA

#31 Nov 2, 2006
Hmm I would have to say that most of the people posting on this board collectively dont an once of b-ball intellect i thier heads, give the youngster a chance he seems to have held his own on opening night!
lakers355s

San Clemente, CA

#32 Nov 2, 2006
Laker Desciple wrote:
Hmm I would have to say that most of the people posting on this board collectively dont an once of b-ball intellect i thier heads, give the youngster a chance he seems to have held his own on opening night!
i wouldn't brag too much about intellect with your spelling buddy. for the record, it's DISCIPLE...
anyway, i do get your overall point, the lakers are investing too much into this kid to let him go any time soon.

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