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    Wednesday, February 9, 2011

    Carmelo Anthony Going To LA Lakers In Exchange For Andrew Bynum

    Before it was the New York that is trying to get Carmelo Anthony but the deal was not perfected. The teams are trying to build their own Big 3. It started with the Boston Celtics with Paul "the truth" Pierce, Kevin the "big ticket" Garnet and Ray "ray-ray" Allen. Then they were followed by the Miami Heat with the "big lefty" Chris Bosh, LeBron "the king" James and Dwyane "the flash" Wade. They are two of the top NBA teams right now along with the San Antonio Spurs. We can also consider Tim "the big fundamental" Duncan, Tony "the French man" Parker, and Manu "the Argentinian" Ginobili as the big three of Texas.

    The other top team would be the Los Angeles Lakers. The problem is that they don't have a clear big 3. They have Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and who is the third one? Andrew Bynum is not a consistent player. This is the biggest problem of the Lakers. Who will be their third man?

    The answer could be the Guy from the Syracuse University and he is now playing for the Denver Nuggets. He is the 6'10 versatile forward, Carmelo Anthony. The Lakers is trying to deal Andrew Bynum in exchange for Carmelo Anthony. If this deal would prosper, the Lakers will have a new scorer. But can Melo accept his new role? Being just a second or maybe third choice in the triangle offense of the Lakers?

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