Trade and Free Agent Season.


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5 minutes ago, RedDawg#8 said:

1. Nets (Title contenders)

2. Bucks (title contenders)

3. Hawks (conference finals contenders)

4. Heat (conference finals potential)

5. Sixers (2nd round team)

6. Knicks (1st round team)

7. Celtics (1st round team)

8. Bulls (1st round team)

9. Hornets (1st round potential, play in team)

10-12 (no order) Indy, Was, Tor

13-15  (no order) Det, Cle, Orl

 

1. Hawks

2. Bucks (one hit wonder)

3. Nets (can’t trust Kyrie to put them higher)

4. Heat

5. Sixers 

6. Indy

7. Celts

8. Bulls

9. Knicks

10. Hornets

11. Raptors 

12. Wizards 

13. Cavs

14. Magic

15. Pistons

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11 minutes ago, Spud2nique said:

1. Hawks

2. Bucks (one hit wonder)

3. Nets (can’t trust Kyrie to put them higher)

4. Heat

5. Sixers 

6. Indy

7. Celts

8. Bulls

9. Knicks

10. Hornets

11. Raptors 

12. Wizards 

13. Cavs

14. Magic

15. Pistons

I think it's Nets, Bucks, Hawks (very tightly contested top 3) then Sixers, Heat, Knicks, Celts, Indy.

Another first round thrasing of NY in the first round lol

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22 hours ago, thecampster said:

I looked at a possible extension of Kevin as well and stuck it 5/75 starting at 13 mil per season starting next year.  Perfectly fits the cap numbers I stated earlier today.

I heard a team can only have two 5 year contracts on the roster. Is that wrong?

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1 hour ago, marco102 said:

They can have as many five year contracts as they want.  They can't have more than two designated rookie five year extensions I believe. 

Yeah ... that's what I've been tryna tell people all week. 🙃

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2 hours ago, marco102 said:

They can have as many five year contracts as they want.  They can't have more than two designated rookie five year extensions I believe. 

Can you offer a player on a rookie contract a 5 year extension that isn't a designated extension? What is the difference?

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3 minutes ago, SalvorMallow said:

Can you offer a player on a rookie contract a 5 year extension that isn't a designated extension? What is the difference?

JC received a 5yr/non max deal ($125 mil)

Trae received a 5 yr/designated deal (up to 30% of the cap for $205 mil if he makes All-NBA otherwise he gets a 25% max of $172 million)

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1 minute ago, SalvorMallow said:

Can you offer a player on a rookie contract a 5 year extension that isn't a designated extension? What is the difference?

Designated rookies are generally getting max contracts up to 30% and are signed before the season or before the rookie enters restricted free agency. If you let that player go to restricted free agency and you make a qualifying offer, I believe you can offer five years similar to John. I'm not versed in the details here though so someone like @JayBirdHawk or @thecampster may be better qualified for that question. 

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2 minutes ago, JayBirdHawk said:

 

 

Sheesh, why the East tryna stack up all of a sudden?

I think Lauri primarily needed a scenery change.  May not end up great but he'll be a contributor at least.  Maybe.  Does CHA even have money?

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1 minute ago, kg01 said:

Sheesh, why the East tryna stack up all of a sudden?

I think Lauri primarily needed a scenery change.  May not end up great but he'll be a contributor at least.  Maybe.  Does CHA even have money?

$13 mil or so

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