Let's star with those two teams, who came up, just this morning. Philly.
Philly traded their franchise player, for a guy who's maybe going away in free agency. They had a team, that had a great couch, who's had a best TEAM, in my opinion. Balanced scoring, great defense, and good young prospects, in Lavoy Allen. They are still there, but there is no perimeter defense and huge athleticism, in Andre Iguodala. Philadelphia searched for some dominate bigman, but why do you give up such a player like Iguodala? J-Rich will never give such a defensive presents like Iggy did, but maybe Doug is going to make a Big 3 from Jrue, Evan and Andrew? No, he is not. Philly gave up big piece of their soul, and came up with dominance under basket. I still like Philly, and I await for play-offs, to see what are they capable of.
Denver. I love Denver, and will love it even more. They will miss one of the best league guard defenders, but gets not much worse defender in Iggy. He's like Afallo's atacking upgrade. He just had to be paid more. Now i think Denver HAS the best TEAM in the league. Great bench, big hustle and good coach. Can Denver be better? Ty Lawson can, as he's being considered to be their franchise player.
Now let's get to the biggest centerpiece. Orlando Magic. Magical trade!
Free tickets to Orlando game? No thanks, I'll better switch to women's curling. Afflalo is great upgrade at defense. Al Harrington is pure scoring forward. He'll fill Ryan Anderson's 16 points per game, he had, when he left Orlando, maybe not his 7 rebounds per game, but he's still pretty good player, even from the bench. Nikola Vucevic ? I'll take that. Mo Harkless? Lets watch this from other side. They will have A LOT of young talent in future. AT LEAST one of them, must be a solid player. Orlando hopes so. I'm not.
LA LA LA LA LAKERS!! What have we learned from lockout?