http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/<![CDATA[Comments on: How Much Would Dwight Help Lakers?]]>Abe SchwadronWordPress2012-07-25T16:33:23Zhttp://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24743602012-07-25T16:33:23Z<![CDATA[Comment by: Felix Lapierre]]>Fun times in Cleveland-town everyone!
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24743962012-07-25T16:45:15Z<![CDATA[Comment by: robb]]>I don’t wanna know anything about that big cry baby
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24744162012-07-25T16:59:08Z<![CDATA[Comment by: Robert Salazar]]>The NBA hates LA they vetoed the cp3 trade karma comes back around and when Dwight goes to LAL a ring will be a sure thang you dig!! Illuminati 4 life
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24751002012-07-25T19:57:36Z<![CDATA[Comment by: JL]]>Isn’t the 30 team average of winning a championship by default (assuming all even teams) 3.33%? That means that the Lakers had a below average chance of winning the championship. I’d like to see the other teams’ chances of winning the championshp.
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24756252012-07-25T22:24:25Z<![CDATA[Comment by: ReHeat]]>^^ I wish
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24792022012-07-26T12:45:58Z<![CDATA[Comment by: lakerssss]]>Lmao really? Lakers 1.74% of winning the chip with the currrent roster.. you really suck at math. So bobcats chance of winning the chip is higher? You need to take a math class because the random number you just came up with is dumb.
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24817122012-07-26T21:40:56Z<![CDATA[Comment by: danpowers]]>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgvwfvTcNl0these predictions are so useless and ludicrous. how high were the mavericks chances b4 they won the chip in 11? 0,1%? 0%? bball is not being played on a calculator, its out there on the court. i also dont think that dwight would do much more than bynum on the lakers roster. his usage rate would go down a bit coz kobe still needs the ball alot and bynums stats would go up in orlando coz there he would be the no1 offensive option. i guess everyone would be guessing then if it was worth it. let bynum stay a laker n make sure he has a lifetime carreer there.
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24889232012-07-28T00:34:32Z<![CDATA[Comment by: Caboose]]>http://Roosterteeth.comDanpowers, having Dwight is most certainly NOT about offense. It’s defense, plain and simple.
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-24898412012-07-28T05:01:09Z<![CDATA[Comment by: Ugh]]>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4FqOUz-Ia4@lakersssss – I can’t even begin to imagine how someone who uses the phrase “the random number you just came up with is dumb” can criticise someone else’s understanding of probability.
Start here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Probability#Conditional_probability
]]>http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2012/07/how-much-would-dwight-howard-help-lakers/#comment-25835362012-08-13T09:07:53Z<![CDATA[Comment by: Danny]]>The numbers make more sense if you move the decimal over — 17% without DH, 36-40% with him.
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