They are thinking of doing this...
First for get trades , I have had more knee sregrys than most can count . With each one those ligiments get looser, First the MCLs then the ACLs . Second it's no way in hell scar tissue will replace cartlidge. I have to have a cortazone shot monthly just to walk because of scar tissue. And i've went from where hes at now to a artifical knee. Hes done for can't you see it's a last ditch effort.
Premoz personal problems lasted the whole camp . The rumors of him not returning are ramped. Harrington with his second knee sergrey in less than a year makes him done for too coach V has said as much. Two projects is not going to get us to a play off spot. One of you Ammo guys explain to me how get to the play offs that thin up frunt. Do we play Ammo at the four or the five. I have nothing against him at all but it seems to me you puting AMMOS needs above the teams needs.
For get Ammo , Can you really say we are not in need of a big . Please explain what you do with the roster spots.
Does Ammo have a frind or somthing.
They are thinking of doing this...
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I'm increasingly convinced that the Bobcats are going to start Ryan Hollins and roll the dice that he can be a serviceable NBA center (in a Dalembert-esque role).
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Honestly, I wasn't counting on May for anything this year anyways... until he proves that he can lose weight and have the self-discipline to stay on the court, he will not be on the floor for us.
My thought from the start of the offseason was that we would start Okafor at the 4 and Primoz at the 5. Primoz had a terrible year last year, but he was suffering from exhaustion, and he should bounce back this year. I mean for the first few years, it was just Primoz and Wallace for the offense and THAT'S IT. People forget how good he was when he wasn't exhausted. The fact that his nickname is "pillow" because of his defense... well, that's another story.
I think we'll use Primoz and Hollins as our offense/defense rotation for our 5 spot. I think our 4 comes down to Okafor and Fabio, with a few minutes going to Super Mareo. Dudley also spends some time here is he needs to.
DA backs up the guards, Duds backs up the forwards, Super Mareo backs bigs.
Honestly, I don't think the May injury is as bad as people think, and I don't think we are that shallow at the 4/5. If Crash or J-Rich or Felton went down, it would be MUCH worse. Heck, even if Ammo, Carroll, or Touche went down, it would be worse.
I am a little disappointed that we didn't sign Dan Dickau. I want that whitewash for a second unit - Dickau, Carroll, Ammo, Herrmann, Primoz. But I like our roster.
How do you plan to play Premoz if he don't come back to the states . You guys keep saying May out . Its not just May ,its May , Harrington , Premoz. No one can say with all three gome we don't need to replace at least one of them with a quility guy. We getting insueance money for May and probely Harrington . question do we regain that cap space this year.
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That was Friday.As far as big men May (knee injury) and Brezec (excused to address a family matter), Vincent said they're both back in Charlotte.
Brezec has been shooting, and Vincent hopes he'll be in camp soon.
What gets me is he (like Fabio) took the summer off from FIBA play to get in better shape...but all we get is "he's been shooting"?
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So hes playing , What in the world is he shooting a movie or somthing . From what i read it was a family matter and he might not be back wow. Does any one know if insurance money affects a contract like Mays......... Cap wize. I read today insurance was paying his salery this year.
Yeah, I've seen Dav7z ask this at least 3 times now, with no answer.
With insurance pays May's salary for the year, then how does that affect the cap?
As much detail as some of you guys know about the cap system, someone should at least have a guess at this. I'd be interested to know too. Thanks.
REP IT UP MUTTLEY , If any one knows please tell us or even lie good .lolOriginally Posted by Muttley
i have no clue, but i dont think you will get any cap space back from May unless you cut him, and then theres probally a penalty. May will go on the IR but will still cost money and cap space. Insurance only pays the ownership back the lost salary money. So that may help ease Bob Johnsons mind about bring in another contract, but as far as cap... we would still have to work around it. thats the most logical thing i could think up at least.
As far as the big man situation, OF COURSE i think we are thin there. and im not putting adams needs in front of the team.
I just think(like i have since draft day) that you wont get fair return on Ammo. No one is gonna send you Shaq or even Varejao for Adam Morrison at this point. So why just get rid of him to get rid of him, besides the fact that some people just dislike his game or him. His value lies on the Bobcats bench at this point. AND ITS ONLY BEEN ONE YEAR!.. you dont give up on high draft picks after one season. you just dont. and in a league where injuries are just an akward foot landing away... it doesnt make sense to trade away quality depth for another body who happens to be 6'8 250lbs...
IF you could get a solid big man, out of Adam im all for it. but giving up Ammo (potential, jersey sale, popularity among young fans) for just a big body doesnt make sense. and ill say it again, if his own teams fans try to devise trades for him daily... why would any knowledable GM trade for him.
the suns are one of the best teams in the league and they dont have a bevy of big men at all. we gotta remember we are installing a new scheme here... one that is based on the run and gun. a big boy has less benefit in that system. Not saying bigs are useless... just saying losing three guys we havent counted on ever.. is not the end of the world.