Comments Off on 2010 NBA Finals: Should L.A. Have Kept Trevor Ariza Instead of Ron Artest?
He's averaging less than eight points, just over four boards and just about two assists per game. They got him as a potential Lebron stopper, which is now even more laughable after watching Paul Pierce torch him all night in Game 5 for 27 points. On a franchise that has a history of magic, on the court and with the management, Ron Artest is the odd ball out, and rightfully so. In 1996 the Lakers traded for a young 17 year old who needed his parents signature to play in the league, enter Kobe Bryant, giving up the original flopper, Vlade Divac. THAT IS A STEAL! After developing into the best duo in the league, backed up by three championship runs, the Lakeshow disbanded their dominant team, parting ways with Shaq. A brief period of all Kobe all the time began, but not even the great 24 coul ...

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