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The Los Angeles Lakers franchise is one of the most prolific in sports history. Since relocating to Los Angeles in 1960, they’ve often depended on Hollywood allure to build dynasties, enabling them to acquire Westward-looking stars in deals that either seem lopsided in the moment or in retrospect. The franchise has traded for many superstars over the decades—Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bob McAdoo, Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, Anthony Davis. All those deals, though, occurred in the offseason.

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At the most recent trade deadline, the Lakers stood pat, instead signing Markieff Morris. Hopefully, the 2019-20 season can Stitched Atlanta Hawks Jerseys resume and we’ll find out if that was an oversight. For now, let’s revisit every trade the Lakers Cheap Bob Harrison Jersey have made around the deadline, ever.

Feb 7, 1949: The Minneapolis Lakers purchased Whitey Kachan from the Chicago Stags.

Jan 27, 1952: The Lakers purchased Pep Saul from the Baltimore Bullets (BAA). Saul is one of three players (Steve Kerr, Patrick McCaw) to win championships for two teams over three straight seasons.

Feb. 2, 1954: The Lakers sold Bob Harrison to the Milwaukee Hawks.

Feb. 17, 1955: The Lakers acquired Lew Hitch from Milwaukee.

Feb. 5, 1958: The Lakers acquired Bo Erias from the New York Knicks for Art Spoelstra.

Feb. 16, 1958: The Lakers acquired Frank Selvy from the St. Louis Hawks for Dick Boushka and Terry Rand. Selvy was an All-Star (1962) and the only Division I player to drop 100 points in a game. Unfortunately, he’s best remembered for missing a would-be buzzer-beater in Game 7 of the 1962 Finals (Boston won in OT).

Jan 24, 1960: The now-Los Angeles Lakers Cheap Frank Selvy Jersey acquired Ray Felix and a 1960 4th-round pick (Ben Warley) from New York for Dick Garmaker and a 1960 2nd round pick (Dave Budd).

Feb. 1, 1960: The Lakers acquired Charlie Share, Nick Mantis and Willie Merriweather from St. Louis for Larry Foust.

Jan. 16, 1967: In a three-team swap, L.A. acquired Mel Counts from Washington and traded Rudy LaRusso and a 1967 first-rounder (Sonny Dove) to the Detroit Pistons. Detroit traded Ray Scott to the Bullets and received a 1st-round pick back.

Jan. 9, 1968: The Lakers acquired Erwin Mueller from the Chicago Bulls for Jim Barnes and a 1968 3rd-round pick (Dave Newmark).

Jan. 20, 1976: The Lakers acquired the rights to John Roche from the Phoenix Suns for future considerations.

Feb 13, 1980: The Lakers acquired Mark Landsberger from Chicago for Ollie Mack, a 1980 2nd-round pick (Sam Worthen), and a 1981 2nd-round pick (Gene Banks).

Feb. 15, 1980: The Lakers acquired Butch Lee and a 1982 1st-round pick from the Cleveland Cavaliers for Don Ford and 1980 1st round pick (Chad Kinch). Cleveland wound up with the worst record in basketball, turning that Lakers pick into no. 1 overall. L.A. selected North Carolina’s James Worthy, three years after drafting Magic Johnson via similar means. Big Game James had a Hall-of-Fame 12 year stint with Los Angelesla.

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Former three-time NBA All-Star Bill Bridges died of cancer Sept. 25, per Gary Bedore of KUSports.com

Bridges graduated from the University of Kansas in 1961, where he earned all-conference honors for three years and an All-American nod in his senior season.

“Bill was a great person, an incredible person, one of the nicest people you’d ever want to meet,” said Ted Owens, who coached the Jayhawks from 1964 to 1983, per Bedore. “He was a wonderful man with a great, sweet Wholesale Atlanta Hawks Jerseys spirit about him.”

Following his graduation, Bridges went on to a 13-year career in the NBA, spending nearly 10 of those years with the St. Louis Hawks, who then became the Atlanta Hawks. He averaged 11.9 points and 11.9 rebounds in his 926 games in the league. In 1974-75—his last year in the NBA—he won an NBA title with the Golden State Warriors.

Bridges earned trips to the All-Star Game in 1967, 1968 and 1970 and Cheap Bill Bridges Jersey was named to the NBA All-Defensive second team in 1968-69 and 1969-70.

Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star argued Bridges had one of the five best NBA careers ever for a former Jayhawks star, which is high praise given the talent to come out of Lawrence, Kansas, over the years.

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Today in Atlanta Hawks history: a career-high for Michael Jordan.
The Atlanta Hawks played the Chicago Bulls 33 years ago, today, April 16, 1987. On paper, the matchup didn’t hold much weight. It was between a Custom Atlanta Hawks Jerseys seasoned Hawks team ready to make a championship run with Dominique Wilkins, and a young Bulls team, who despite a losing record, were headed to the playoffs as well.

As the NBA world would soon learn, no game with Michael Jordan in it holds little weight. Jordan exploded in the game, Cheap Antoine Carr Jersey scoring 61 points (tying his career-high to that point) on 22-38 shooting, adding 10 rebounds and four steals. The Hawks still won the game.

Atlanta outscored the Bulls 37-23 in the final period to grab the win, their 57th of the season. Dominque went for 34 points while Kevin Willis and Antoine Carr both added 20. The focus after the game, however, was on MJ.

This wasn’t the MJ we know today, the one who’s about to have a ten-part documentary air on ESPN. This was a young, albeit still popular Jordan, who’d made the All-Star team in each of his first three seasons despite Cheap Dominique Wilkins Jersey delivering just one playoff victory.

The ’86-’97 season was his breakout year, averaging a career-best 37.1 points per game, carrying his Bulls to a 40-42 record and the Cheap Kevin Willis Jersey eighth seed out East. Although he didn’t have GOAT status yet, he still acted as he had.

In a recent interview with Joe Vardon of The Athletic (subscription required), Dominque Wilkins shared a story of Jordan entering the Hawks’ locker room before the 61-point outburst. Wilkins recalls: “And I’m like, what the hell is he coming in our locker room for? And he walked by me, walked by Kevin (Willis), and he tapped Cheap Randy Wittman Jersey Randy Wittman on the leg and he said, ‘Lace ’em up, it’s gonna be a long f–king night.”

Future Cavs and Wizards head coach Randy Wittman was the Hawks’ starting guard opposite MJ, and Jordan obviously knew his target. He played just 19 minutes against Jordan, scoring just two points while being torched by Jordan on the other end.

The Hawks survived thanks in large part to MJ (who played 41 minutes, with the Hawks double-teaming him most of the second half), running out of gas down the stretch, and won the game 117-114. It was Wilkins who made the go-ahead shot with just seconds to go. A year later, Jordan would defeat (rob?) Wilkins in the NBA Dunk Contest.

The Hawks finished that season 57-25, a franchise-best record at that time. They would go on to lose to the “Bad Boy Pistons” in the second round of the playoffs while the Bulls got swept by Boston in round one.

It would be a few years before Jordan and the Bulls were making the Finals every year, but this game against the Hawks 33 years ago, and the events in the locker room prior, were a good indication of the winning mentality that was always there.