Re: Shaq almost traded
- From: Gary Collard <SarcastiPundit.73822275@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 02 Mar 2009 18:02:20 -0600
HS wrote:On Feb 19, 11:48 pm, Ken Cheng <kench...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On Feb 19, 10:44 am, Gary Collard <SarcastiPundit.
73822...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Was set to go to Cle this morning, but Phoenix backed out at the
last minute. Luckily.
gmcollard at yahoo dot comhttp://sarcastipundit.blogspot.com/
"When in the last election Democrats spoke of a 'culture of
corruption' in Washington, few realized they were making a
campaign promise." -- Jack Kelly
Not that I'm a huge proponent of bringing Shaq back to the Lakers,
but maybe it should be considered just to head off any possible
"Terry Teagle Effect."
What a nightmare it would be, for example, if the Celtics landed him
somehow and we had to go into the Finals without Bynum again.
Not going to happen, but,
if he does joined the Celts, that would effectively kill any chance of
having his jersey retired here. Or so I would hope.
Who's the most high-profile, or successful player to wear both Laker and Boston jerseys? Kermit Washington?
Clyde Lovellette maybe. Although he had to flash a kid to do so.
gmcollard at yahoo dot com
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the era of big government." -- Bob Krumm
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