Doesn’t Get Much More Pathetic Than This

Of course, I’m talking about this sad, sad website launched by the mayor of Orlando.  We all saw how the desperation pitch worked out for Cleavland (how pathetic is that video though, really?)  But as you can see, I can all but guarantee that Dwight Howard will be a Laker at some point next season.  I know I’ve stated on this blog several times that I believe he’ll eventually be in Boston….but facts are facts.  Los Angeles is clearly going to undergo a giant make-over after that embarrassing performance to the Mavericks…and who do you think the first one to go is going to be?  Probably the man who plays Dwight’s position and acted like a 13 year old girl while his team was being torn a new asshole.

Don’t expect Orlando GM Otis Smith to allow Dwight to walk for free, just like Shaq.  If he knows any better, he’ll be on the phone right now with the Lakers to try to acquire a package of Shannon Brown, Andrew Bynum, and Pau Gasol/Lamar Odom.  Also, make the Lakers take on Gilbert Arenas’ expiring contract, considering you have zero confidence in him as you showed in the playoffs.  Once Derek Fisher retires, the Lakers starting line-up could potentially be Kobe, Dwight, Gilbert, Pau, and Artest/someone else.  Just like that, the Lakers are a dynasty again.  God dammit.

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3 Responses to Doesn’t Get Much More Pathetic Than This

  1. Corleto Bob says:

    Not so sure about Bynum heading to Orlando. Bynum has a big contract – something like $16m due in a couple years. Orlando shoud break the bank to keep Howard. Howard probably wants the limelight of LA so Oralnado may lose him as a free agent because Howard will only sign a contract extension with LA.

    • Rocco says:

      Exactly why Orlando should trade him. If they’re going to lose him as a free agent then why not at least get something for him? As for Bynum, Arenas’ contract would probably match his to make it work financially if a trade were to go down and this way Orlando has another top tier center, but this one is signed for a couple of more years.

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