tamb, what is his cap hit going to be this coming season? The winning bid of 2.05 or the minimum total bid of 4.19?
Last minute update: This guy says 2.05x3, so you gotta be right.
@daldridgetnt you're getting closer - the min bid for all 3 seasons tot was 4.19M - CHA either bid 6.15 (2.05x3) or a bit more w 2.05 1st yr
Holy book of salary cap: http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm
Best teams' salaries site: http://www.storytellerscontracts.inf...13salaries.htm
Pending draft trades:
seems like a bit of a steal for a veteran big man to back up Biz. Biz isn't a power foward, only Paul Silas thought that and I'm not 100% sure he watched the games last year. He is strong enough and long enough to face up with any center in the game right now, and every single advantage he has as a player disappears when you play him against power forwards. Biz/Haywood is a respectable center combo.
Into the crevasse!
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2 million for 3 years!? That is what you call a great deal guys. He likes NC, knows how to play, is a good veteren presence and is a big body which is something we lacked. Great move!
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Let the CHOsen one get to work!
Great pick-up - might help us get Jamison
So our lineup is:
Sessions (or Kemba if he wins the spot)
with Kemba, Mully, Jeff Taylor, Ben Gordon, Reggie Williams (EDIT: forgot he was on the team!), Tyrus off the bench.
Im expecting somewhere between 20-40 wins depending on health and output of Kemba/MKG.
Last edited by BETCATS; 07-14-2012 at 08:53 PM. Reason: Forgot Reggie lol
I hope Haywood can stay relatively injury-free over the next three seasons.