NBA: Report, Lakers Open To Basically Trading Everyone Except Kobe

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It is safe to say this is another year to forget for the Lakers and their fans. The only saving grace at all is every game is important simply because it is Kobe’s last hurrah. Other than that, nobody would be showing up at Staples Center and damn sure nobody would show up for their away games. The front office clearly knows they stink and with that said it appears damn near the entire team is on the trading block!

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NBA: Vlade Divac Reveals He Nearly Blocked the Trade That Sent Kobe Bryant to the Lakers

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The Lakers made one of the best trades in NBA history in 1996 – Vlade Divac for rights to Kobe Bryant. Not only did the deal get them Kobe, shedding Divac’s salary helped them clear the cap room to sign Shaquille O’Neal.  But Divac – who’d spent his entire seven-year career with the Lakers at that point – said he nearly blocked the deal from happening.

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NBA: Bulls Reportedly Taking Trade Calls For Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson & Pau Gasol

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The Chicago Bulls are currently at 15-11 with the 6th spot in the Eastern Conference.  They lost their last three games and are hoping to bolster their shooting force ahead of the Feb. 19 trade deadline.  More specifically the Bulls are seeking to add a talented wing player.  To get that done they are reportedly taking trade calls for Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson and Pau Gasol.

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NFL: No Teams Want to Trade For Robert Griffin III

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Robert Griffin III went from a bright star and starting quarterback many felt would turn the Washington Redskins troubles around, to the third string quarterback whom is at the basis of much of the controversy surrounding the team.  Despite epically bad games from Kirk Cousins, RG3 remains on the sideline with fans even starting a #FreeRG3 campaign on social media.  Well it turns out he is available for trade but no one wants him.

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NBA: Carmelo Anthony Responds to Reports He’s Requesting a Trade From the Knicks

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There’s been reports that Carmelo Anthony will jump ship and request a trade from the rebuilding New York Knicks.  Anthony said flat out, the reports aren’t true.

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NBA Report: Knicks, Heat & Cavaliers Interested in Jamal Crawford

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“Cause you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone…”  Some years later and the New York Knicks want former Sixth Man of the Year Jamal Crawford back.  Crawford signed a free-agent deal with the Knicks 11 years ago and was one of then-President Isiah Thomas’ first signature moves. Crawford was traded in November of 2008 to Golden State by Donnie Walsh as the Knicks began clearing cap space.  Now they want him back but will have to get creative to do so.

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(Photos) NBA: Phil Jackson Goes In And Says J.R Smith Was A Delinquent

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Many people were questioning why Phil Jackson decided to break up the Knicks and leave Carmelo all alone in New York but now, Phil is shedding some light on it. In an interview with ESPN, Phil mentions that J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert were difficult to work with, not improving their game, and he even says JR was a delinquent!

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NBA: Denver Nuggets Trade Ty Lawson to the Houston Rockets

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The Denver Nuggets have reached an agreement to trade Ty Lawson to the Houston Rockets.

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NBA: Lakers to Keep Nick Young After Not Being Able to Find a Trade Partner

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The Los Angeles Lakers put Nick Young on the trade block but unfortunately for them, no one bit.  The Lakers shopped Young around, starting at the draft and through free agency, as they tried to reshape their roster.  Young was made available to anyone and everyone but he still remains on the roster and it looks like it’s going to stay that way.

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NBA: Report, Deron Williams Seeking Buyout From Nets So He Can Sign With The Mavs!

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The Nets wanted out from under the contracts of Joe Johnson and Deron Williams this summer, but D-Will was always going to be the harder to deal. Williams is set to make $43 million over the next two years, which is a lot of money for an erratic 13 points and 6.6 assists per game (his per-game averages last year). So the Nets may just buy him out. Then he would go home and sign with the Dallas Mavericks, which is exactly what it seems he wants to do anyway.

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