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Pacers woke up late
« on: August 20, 2017, 02:50:41 PM »

Offline konkmv

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Reading that the lakers are being investigated for the Paul George demand for leaving the team... I think they pacers woke up late... they were losing him and sold him for pennies.. they should have traded him earlier.. even if the lakers.... the sweethearts of the nba did play against the rules..  as an owner of an nba team you should have protected your team... even if I dislike the lakers I do not think they can find anything to be punished.. and I hope the pacers stuck n the middle for a long time... if George wore green he would never leave..

Re: Pacers woke up late
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2017, 08:01:19 PM »

Offline PaulP34

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My concern is this,

If Lakers r found guilty n lose their pick in 018 even though they dont own it, can it be taken away from the Celtics or is that pick protected because the Lakers dont actually own it anymore.

Something to keep a close eye on

Re: Pacers woke up late
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2017, 08:16:07 PM »

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My concern is this,

If Lakers r found guilty n lose their pick in 018 even though they dont own it, can it be taken away from the Celtics or is that pick protected because the Lakers dont actually own it anymore.

Something to keep a close eye on

That would never happen.

Re: Pacers woke up late
« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2017, 08:38:30 PM »

Offline mef730

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My concern is this,

If Lakers r found guilty n lose their pick in 018 even though they dont own it, can it be taken away from the Celtics or is that pick protected because the Lakers dont actually own it anymore.

Something to keep a close eye on

There are lots and lots and lots of other things to keep your eye on. Not a chance the NBA takes the pick, because it's no longer the Lakers pick.

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