C Andrew Bynum, Los Angeles Lakers F Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers F Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder G Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers G Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers
Four out of five starters play for L.A. teams, not surprising when you consider it's one of the nation's biggest markets, Kobe is a household name (and a justified pick), and Lob City is living up to its expectations as a very good ball team.
It's Andrew Bynum that has me scratching my head. Really?!
Your thoughts on this lineup, and possible reserves? I think Kevin Love once again is a given.
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Originally posted by ekedolphinIt's Andrew Bynum that has me scratching my head. Really?!
Bynum pretty much won this by default. The field of centers in the west is powerful weak. DeAndre Jordan got second place and he's not all that good. If anyone's benefiting from the Lob City era, it's him.
Knicks fans can finally exhale. Their long nightmare is over. ESPN - Walsh fires Thomas, keeps him with the franchise for 'input' He's still owed money and the franchise is left in shambles, but maybe now the healing can begin.