Western Notes: Lakers, Freeland, Blazers, Love

December 15 2012 at 11:57am CDT By Zach Links

Notes out of the Western Conference..

  • Lakers fans are clearly frustrated with how the season has gone so far, but they should be grateful that they have Dwight Howard in the lineup rather than the sidelined Andrew Bynum, writes Dave McMenamin of ESPNLosAngeles.com.  The Lakers will take on the Bynum-less Sixers on Sunday evening.
  • Joel Freeland‘s camp told HoopsHype (via Twitter) that they are unhappy with his assignment to the D-League by the Blazers.  Agent Rafa Calvo pointed out that Freeland has been one of the top big men in EuroLeague for three years and doesn’t need the extra time to adjust to the NBA.  Despite that, Calvo says he and his client are trying to stay positive about the situation.
  • Paul Ladewski of Sheridan Hoops wonders if the T’Wolves have a strong trading partner in the Bulls if they wind up moving Kevin Love.  The Timberwolves might have an interest in power forward Nikola Mirotic who is widely considered to be the best player in Europe right now.
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