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Old 12-12-2012, 06:11 PM   #61
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Default Re: The Lakers Are Looking For A Free Agent PG - They Should Sign Theo Papaloukas

I am having to agree with Euroleague that the PG position is much more sound in Europe than it is in the NBA. A lot of PG's today are combo guards who can score.

The traditional PG is almost extinct in the NBA and a lot of Euro's are great post players, something that is lost in the NBA.

So it comes as no surprise that European leagues would have true PG that the Lakers would need. Lakers don't need another scoring PG, they need traditional PG's. A good example of a traditional PG is Nash and Rondo and Kidd.
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