The Triangle: Who gets hurt worst by an extended lockout?

September, 12, 2011
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Kamenetzky By Andy Kamenetzky
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Most folks, even those optimistic about the prospect of a 2012 season, feel one or two month's worth of games could be missed before a labor agreement is reached. If that's the case, which Laker would be hurt most by an extended offseason? Is Mike Brown actually most vulnerable? The K Bros and 710 ESPN basketball analyst Dave Miller examine the question.

(On a related note, I also recently pondered the question of which NBA player could take the biggest legacy hit if an entire season were lost.)

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