2.6ppg and 0.9rpg and hes 34 or 35 years old... Nice work Bernie
Just another non-event in the trading history of the Bobcats.
wow. I can't believe we got so little in return for him. We couldn't score a 2nd round pick from anyone at all??
Originally Posted by Big Slam
yep. This trade seems familiar to the Lonny Baxter trade. WHat does he bring to the team? Metamucil?
According to this link from the Charlotte Observer we're also receiving a 2009 second round pick and cash compensation.
I'm so sick of these non-event trades. Dealing one scrub and receiving another in return.
Spurs' 2009 2nd round pick will likely be about 55-60. I agree, nice job Bernie.
Holy book of salary cap: http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm
Best teams' salaries site: http://www.storytellerscontracts.inf...13salaries.htm
Pending draft trades:
[ Another great trade for us we just rape thease teams out of thair best players for nothing]. It does remind you of the Baxter deal. Hell it dont much matter Ely never got to play this year any way. I WISH ELY THE BEST and hope he does good for the spurs . He deserves another chance and is a much better player than numbers say hes done this year.
i like the 09 second round pick we got out of this
Well cash and a 2nd rounder makes it not quite as bad as initially thought.
I guarantee these items get packaged for a larger deal at the draft.
which is the equivilent of signing an undrafted rookie FA.Spurs' 2009 2nd round pick will likely be about 55-60
Which leads me to believe that cheapskate Bob Johnson and company made the move specifically for the "Cash considerations" that they received.Originally Posted by Big Slam
If they awarded championships based on who had the most cap space, We would be a dynasty