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  • Originally posted by PACnPBFsuck View Post
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    • Originally posted by RJJ-94-02=GOAT View Post
      In terms of talent?

      Nah...
      Definitely. Not even close.

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      • Originally posted by ralex View Post
        Definitely. Not even close.
        You think the Lakers roster is more talented than the Nets? Seriously?

        You could argue they’ll play better as a unit but in terms of talent the Nets are STACKED. It ain’t really close. Who’s the Lakers third best player for example?

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        • Originally posted by RJJ-94-02=GOAT View Post
          You think the Lakers roster is more talented than the Nets? Seriously?

          You could argue theyíll play better as a unit but in terms of talent the Nets are STACKED. It ainít really close. Whoís the Lakers third best player for example?
          Dennis Schroeder probably

          But roster for roster the Lakers are way better

          Besides the two best players in the league....

          Dennis Schroeder
          Kyle Kuzma
          Montrezl Harrell
          Marc Gasol
          Kentavios Caldwell Pope
          Markwiff Morris
          Alex Caruso
          Talen Horton Tucker

          Guys like Wesley Matthews canít even get on the court

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          • Originally posted by ralex View Post
            Dennis Schroeder probably

            But roster for roster the Lakers are way better

            Besides the two best players in the league....

            Dennis Schroeder
            Kyle Kuzma
            Montrezl Harrell
            Marc Gasol
            Kentavios Caldwell Pope
            Markwiff Morris
            Alex Caruso
            Talen Horton Tucker

            Guys like Wesley Matthews canít even get on the court
            AD ainít a top two player in the league. He donít have the resume. Not many have AD top two man. Great player but top two is a major stretch.

            KD is top 3 with LeBron and Kawhi IMO. Scoring titles, MVPís, Finals MVPís, Rings, the guy has the lot.

            Harden is also an MVP calibre player.

            Kyrie is a multi time all star. Whoís came up clutch in big moments including the Finals.

            Lakers are nowhere near as deep as the Nets in terms of talent man.

            The Nets have 3 superstar players the Lakers have two.

            Then Dinwiddie their back up guard is easily the same level as Schroeder.

            Joe Harris and Shamet are better floor spacers than KCP or
            Caruso.

            The Lakers are deeper in the 5 position Iíll concede that, but thatís it really.

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            • If Kyrie gets his head in the game, NETS taking everybody out and winning the whole thing.

              Lakers won’t be able to stop all three of KD Kyrie and Harden. Unstoppable scoring action

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              • Originally posted by HewJohnson View Post
                If Kyrie gets his head in the game, NETS taking everybody out and winning the whole thing.

                Lakers wonít be able to stop all three of KD Kyrie and Harden. Unstoppable scoring action
                Yeah if they develop chemistry itís pretty much over.

                Only other thing that could derail them is injuries like the Warriors in 18-19.

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                • Damn!!!


                  Harden also leaves Texas, one of nine states without an income tax on wages, for New York, one of the nationís highest taxing states. While Harden will continue to be owed the same amount of money over the next three years, his pay will be subject to an approximately 12.7% tax rate between New York State and New York City.

                  In November, we ran the numbers on a Harden trade to the Nets. The short of it: Heíll pay an additional $13.6 million in taxes over the next three years. The following chart, which incorporates jock taxes and assumes that Harden will be a resident of New York City, breaks down the numbers:


                  Beyond taxes, Harden will experience a far higher cost of living in New York than in Houston. According to Nerd Wallet, it is 92% more expensive to live in Brooklyn, and 165% more expensive to live in Manhattan, than in Houston. Potentially offsetting the increased taxes and cost of living may be lucrative endorsement opportunities in the nationís largest media market.

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                  • I suppose that is enough for Harden to instantly begin hating life with the Nets.

                    Kyrie already does. Hasn't been the same since he left Lebron. Blew up the Celtics, went to BK and brought them down too. Now doesn't even want to play.

                    KD already thinking about joining Butler in Miami, Boston, or Giannis already I bet.

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                    • Originally posted by RJJ-94-02=GOAT View Post

                      Lakers are nowhere near as deep as the Nets in terms of talent man.




                      whats even funnier is that you're probably serious

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