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  • Which team will benefit more from players acquired in the three-team Eric Bledsoe deal?

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  • Who would get the best of the three-team Tyreke Evans deal?

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  • Have the Clippers done enough this offseason to make a serious push for an NBA championship next season? (Added: Rivers, Redick, Dudley // Lost: Bledsoe, Butler)

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  • How worried should the Thunder be after losing Kevin Martin in free agency?

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  • What do you think of the Pacers re-signing David West to a three-year, $36 million deal?

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  • Which New York team is better set up to win the Atlantic Division next season?

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  • Danny Ainge said the Celtics are not trying to trade Rajon Rondo. What should the Celtics do with Rondo?

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar may have questioned Andrew Bynum's commitment, but Bynum seems awfully happy to be a 76er. Will he remain with the team for the long haul?

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On Thursday, "First Take" debated whether the Lakers should trade Andrew Bynum. Rumors have been flying regarding Bynum's future, especially considering the possibility of getting Dwight Howard. Stephen A. Smith believes Bynum always has been a problem for the Lakers, while Skip Bayless has Bynum ranked above Howard as a player. Your take?

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The Lakers exercised a $16.1 million option on Andrew Bynum for next season. Is he the team's future at center?

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Usually, when Kobe Bryant drops 42 points on an opposing team, it results in a solid, decisive win. That's what happened on Monday night, except this time, the Thunder were the ones running away with it. The Lakers looked slow and and out of sorts throughout the series, with Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum coming under fire more than once for lackluster play. Kobe still seems to have his killer instinct, but do the Lakers need a major overhaul if he's going to get another ring?


Gasol or Bynum?

The Lakers have big decisions to make regarding the dual futures of Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum.

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What should the Lakers do with Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum?

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Is Bynum essential?

Andrew Bynum showed his stuff in several games this season, looking like the best player on the court for extended periods of time.

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How confident are you that Andrew Bynum can be a cornerstone of a championship team?

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Kobe's mileage?

Kobe Bryant isn't getting any younger, and some additional minutes at the London Olympics may make him that much more tired next season.

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Should Lakers fans be worried about Kobe Bryant playing in the Olympics this summer?

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Brown's future?

Mike Brown came under some criticism this season, but still led his team into the second round of the playoffs.

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Is Mike Brown the right coach for the Lakers?

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