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PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2020 10:49 am    Post subject: Playoff Depth charts and what to do with Javale

The Lakers have an advantage of solid team chemistry but without seeing what plays out when the 8 games are up, what will the depth chart look like? We don't know the shape the guys are in but what's your best take?

Also, McGee is a delicate situation but it's hard to justify putting him out there. I understand that there are studies and early results that debate that the risk isn't as high as first believed when it comes to asthma, but it's still a risk. It may come across to McGee the wrong way, but I wouldn't put him out there. That makes the center depth Howard/Davis and another topic would be a move for another big (DMC for Cook?)


PG Bradley 28/Rondo 14/Caruso 6
SG Green 16/KCP 22/Caruso 10
SF James 36/Green 12
PF Kuzma 24/Morris 12/Davis 12
C Davis 24/Howard 18/Morris 6
*Davis and James go up a few mpg as the playoffs go on
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2020 5:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Playoff Depth charts and what to do with Javale

fansincemagic wrote:
The Lakers have an advantage of solid team chemistry but without seeing what plays out when the 8 games are up, what will the depth chart look like? We don't know the shape the guys are in but what's your best take?

Also, McGee is a delicate situation but it's hard to justify putting him out there. I understand that there are studies and early results that debate that the risk isn't as high as first believed when it comes to asthma, but it's still a risk. It may come across to McGee the wrong way, but I wouldn't put him out there. That makes the center depth Howard/Davis and another topic would be a move for another big (DMC for Cook?)


PG Bradley 28/Rondo 14/Caruso 6
SG Green 16/KCP 22/Caruso 10
SF James 36/Green 12
PF Kuzma 24/Morris 12/Davis 12
C Davis 24/Howard 18/Morris 6
*Davis and James go up a few mpg as the playoffs go on


I had corona and pneumonia I also was out of here. I don’t think he has anything to worry about as long as he fully healed. I think if you avoid things like pneumonia or anything that would help kill you’ll be ok. My breathing isn’t 100% yet but it’s because of the pneumonia not so much the corona
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2020 8:05 am    Post subject: Re: Playoff Depth charts and what to do with Javale

Car54 wrote:
fansincemagic wrote:
The Lakers have an advantage of solid team chemistry but without seeing what plays out when the 8 games are up, what will the depth chart look like? We don't know the shape the guys are in but what's your best take?

Also, McGee is a delicate situation but it's hard to justify putting him out there. I understand that there are studies and early results that debate that the risk isn't as high as first believed when it comes to asthma, but it's still a risk. It may come across to McGee the wrong way, but I wouldn't put him out there. That makes the center depth Howard/Davis and another topic would be a move for another big (DMC for Cook?)


PG Bradley 28/Rondo 14/Caruso 6
SG Green 16/KCP 22/Caruso 10
SF James 36/Green 12
PF Kuzma 24/Morris 12/Davis 12
C Davis 24/Howard 18/Morris 6
*Davis and James go up a few mpg as the playoffs go on


I had corona and pneumonia I also was out of here. I don’t think he has anything to worry about as long as he fully healed. I think if you avoid things like pneumonia or anything that would help kill you’ll be ok. My breathing isn’t 100% yet but it’s because of the pneumonia not so much the corona


Happy to see you recovered bro...that's a tough combo...I take it you're middle age...elderly don't do well with that combo.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2020 3:52 pm    Post subject:

Can Boogie be resigned now? I would think he maybe healthy now with the extra time perhaps you sign him as insurance if Javale is a no-go. I believe I read you cannot sign players that were not signed at the beginning of the season but that may allow him to be resigned.

Javale is a real concern. Without him AD plays more center, which isn't a bad thing. That is where having signed Morris helps too as you have a few more options.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2020 4:22 pm    Post subject:

There is talk of playoff rosters being expanded because of the pandemic.

If there are additional spots and/or an injury, it’s probably likely Boogie will be brought back and added to the roster.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2020 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: Playoff Depth charts and what to do with Javale

King Randle wrote:
Car54 wrote:
fansincemagic wrote:
The Lakers have an advantage of solid team chemistry but without seeing what plays out when the 8 games are up, what will the depth chart look like? We don't know the shape the guys are in but what's your best take?

Also, McGee is a delicate situation but it's hard to justify putting him out there. I understand that there are studies and early results that debate that the risk isn't as high as first believed when it comes to asthma, but it's still a risk. It may come across to McGee the wrong way, but I wouldn't put him out there. That makes the center depth Howard/Davis and another topic would be a move for another big (DMC for Cook?)


PG Bradley 28/Rondo 14/Caruso 6
SG Green 16/KCP 22/Caruso 10
SF James 36/Green 12
PF Kuzma 24/Morris 12/Davis 12
C Davis 24/Howard 18/Morris 6
*Davis and James go up a few mpg as the playoffs go on


I had corona and pneumonia I also was out of here. I don’t think he has anything to worry about as long as he fully healed. I think if you avoid things like pneumonia or anything that would help kill you’ll be ok. My breathing isn’t 100% yet but it’s because of the pneumonia not so much the corona


Happy to see you recovered bro...that's a tough combo...I take it you're middle age...elderly don't do well with that combo.


Yeah that has to be terrible, good to hear your recovery though!
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2020 10:39 pm    Post subject: Re: Playoff Depth charts and what to do with Javale

Car54 wrote:
fansincemagic wrote:
The Lakers have an advantage of solid team chemistry but without seeing what plays out when the 8 games are up, what will the depth chart look like? We don't know the shape the guys are in but what's your best take?

Also, McGee is a delicate situation but it's hard to justify putting him out there. I understand that there are studies and early results that debate that the risk isn't as high as first believed when it comes to asthma, but it's still a risk. It may come across to McGee the wrong way, but I wouldn't put him out there. That makes the center depth Howard/Davis and another topic would be a move for another big (DMC for Cook?)


PG Bradley 28/Rondo 14/Caruso 6
SG Green 16/KCP 22/Caruso 10
SF James 36/Green 12
PF Kuzma 24/Morris 12/Davis 12
C Davis 24/Howard 18/Morris 6
*Davis and James go up a few mpg as the playoffs go on


I had corona and pneumonia I also was out of here. I don’t think he has anything to worry about as long as he fully healed. I think if you avoid things like pneumonia or anything that would help kill you’ll be ok. My breathing isn’t 100% yet but it’s because of the pneumonia not so much the corona


Great to hear you've recovered sir!
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2020 7:57 am    Post subject:

I forgot we had DION WAITERS. What’s he going to bring to the table?
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2020 6:22 am    Post subject:

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 22, 2020 9:11 am    Post subject:

I'm doing an in-depth analysis of the Lakers depth chart focusing on four different lineup combinations. I'll post more info as I go, but wanted to run a quick poll.

Which one of the 4 lineup scenarios do you think has the LOWEST offensive efficiency (Hint: may not be the obvious answer)

- Lebron and AD on the court
- Lebron on, AD off
- AD on, Lebron off
- Both off
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 22, 2020 12:25 pm    Post subject:

I would guess Lebron on, AD off.

If no McGee or Howard, I am fine with Cacock getting 10-15 minutes.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 25, 2020 9:07 am    Post subject:

venturalakersfan wrote:
I would guess Lebron on, AD off.

If no McGee or Howard, I am fine with Cacock getting 10-15 minutes.



Lebron off and AD on the court has been the worst combination for the Lakers so far.

A complete breakdown here for those interested:
https://youtu.be/DgVtwI4rum4

Let me know what you think.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:04 pm    Post subject:

EduBasketball wrote:
venturalakersfan wrote:
I would guess Lebron on, AD off.

If no McGee or Howard, I am fine with Cacock getting 10-15 minutes.



Lebron off and AD on the court has been the worst combination for the Lakers so far.

A complete breakdown here for those interested:
https://youtu.be/DgVtwI4rum4

Let me know what you think.


My guess was because AD plays with the bench when Lebron sits
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