Lakers' Sessions opts for free agency

Jun 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh

Los Angeles Lakers point guard Ramon Sessions decided not to exercise the option on the final year of his contract, and will test the free-agent market, ESPNLosAngeles.com reported Tuesday.

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“Timshel”

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Good for him. He's not a fit for the Lakers. Period. Nothing against Sessions personally but we need a legitimate point guard who can create and dish and control the game. Sessions just isn't that guy.
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Jun 21, 2012
 
he sucked during the playoffs

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_Jusayin_ wrote:
Good for him. He's not a fit for the Lakers. Period. Nothing against Sessions personally but we need a legitimate point guard who can create and dish and control the game. Sessions just isn't that guy.
wait a minute partna. you judgin sesh based off one performince in the playoffs on a team he barely getting accustomed to wit a new coach. besides david stern wouldn't allow a top notch pg anywayz lol
sesh will be great wit LA mark my words.

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Tiffannny wrote:
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wait a minute partna. you judgin sesh based off one performince in the playoffs on a team he barely getting accustomed to wit a new coach. besides david stern wouldn't allow a top notch pg anywayz lol
sesh will be great wit LA mark my words.
No, I go by what I see being a Laker follower since the 80's and a supporter since Phil Jackson started coaching there and the Lakers NEED a star PG with a strong disposition to match or even put Kobe in his place at times. Somebody that Kobe will trust because of what they've done and earned previously and LA(Lakers specifically)is too big a stage for Sessions as he proved that himself in the playoffs.

Sessions would be great coming off the bench with the second unit in LA but a starter alongside Kobe? No way and Sessions himself opted out because even HE KNOWS. Mark HIS words Tiff.
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Jun 22, 2012
 
Sessions was great for the Lakers, he was a good defender and shot fairly well and plays under control.

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Jun 22, 2012
 
Ginobili wrote:
Sessions was great for the Lakers, he was a good defender and shot fairly well and plays under control.
The dude wasn't "great" and has never been great in the NBA. He's average at best and that's not what LA is about nor is it what we want. We don't settle for mediocrity and unfortunately that is exactly what Sessions is and he's proved just that in his entire NBA career.

The guy seems cool and he might be a super, great person outside of bball but you don't combat Westbrook, Parker, CP3 even Andre Miller and Ty Lawson(who tore him up)and the like with Sessions and that's just the Western Conference! Being "in the NBA and a college coach" yourself you SHOULD know that!

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