Lakers concerned about European teams...

Lakers concerned about European teams talking to Vujacic

There are 11 comments on the LA Daily News story from Jul 25, 2008, titled Lakers concerned about European teams talking to Vujacic. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

The NBA's burgeoning trade deficit just took a troubling turn Thursday. At least as far as the Lakers are concerned.

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al gray

Columbia, SC

#1 Jul 25, 2008
he is going to be a beast, you better lock him up. ( five more rings for Lakers)
Geez

Homeland, CA

#2 Jul 25, 2008
With Andrew back, watch Hornet and Celtic's!
Alan

Las Vegas, NV

#3 Jul 25, 2008
Bye bye Sasha. I guess that the Lakers carried you for the first two years of your contract bought no loyalty. As I recall you were known as a 4:30 player. Meaning that you lit it up during the afternoon shoot around and when the bright lights came on, you were a nervious little girl.
HajjiUmar

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Jul 25, 2008
This growing European interest may free high schoolers who are not prepared for college or not desirous of going, a lucrative alternative. I always felt it was a restriction of free trade to establish arbitrary ages for young men to play a professional sport. It should be based on ability and interest.

This problem doesn't exist in football, baseball, nor soccer. The NBA should be punished.
manhattan beach dude

Moreno Valley, CA

#5 Jul 25, 2008
Alan wrote:
Bye bye Sasha. I guess that the Lakers carried you for the first two years of your contract bought no loyalty. As I recall you were known as a 4:30 player. Meaning that you lit it up during the afternoon shoot around and when the bright lights came on, you were a nervious little girl.
6 million a year for him, he's a typical "soft" european player.I agree Bye, Bye.
popadopolos

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Jul 25, 2008
Let him go. He was always crying anyways. Another inconsistent euro softy.
XXIII

United States

#7 Jul 26, 2008
We have outsourced everything else, maybe soon the NBA will the minor league for european teams.
Scott

Springdale, AR

#8 Jul 26, 2008
To me I dont thank Bynum should not get 80 mill he has not played a full year . If he plays a full year and dose real good then pay him more money
longtimelakerfan

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Jul 26, 2008
i like andrew he is got alot of potential , but cmon half of a good season 3 yrs in the league.he wasnt an allstar,he didnt help the lakers when they needed him the most. the lakers have the right to be very cautious with their millions in long term deals and after a serious knee injury.if he has an allstar type season and stays healthy then the lakers will take care of him they are not dumb. go lakers 2008-09
juan aldana

United States

#10 Jul 26, 2008
80 million for bynum today no way just base on potential but check with me at the end of the 2008-09 season if the lakers are holding the trophy we can talk then.
mr hunt

Anaheim, CA

#11 Jul 31, 2008
its about the game not money damm. i get only 10000 a mo but im happy i well play 4er the love of the game,, the game game is money.

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