I might be missing something extremely simple but I thought a team cannot trade first rounders in consecutive years, so by virtue of not having a pick this season, Toronto automatically cannot ship their 2014 first round pick?
It really scares me that BC might be around for the 2014 offseason. With all the players that are most likely going to be in FA and then on top of that the draft pool there's a real opportunity to get this team on the right path. I'm terrified that idiot is going to trade Ross for Carl Landry or something moronic.
http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm#Q85The Stepien rule applies only to future first round picks. For example, if this is the 2011-12 season, then a team can trade its 2012 first round pick without regard to whether they had traded their 2011 pick, since their 2011 pick is no longer a future pick. But they can't trade away both their 2012 and 2013 picks, since both are future picks. Teams sometimes work around this rule by trading first round picks in alternate years.
Oh, thanks. Wow, I'm an idiot. That makes complete sense since once the draft is over, the 2013 pick is irrelevant.
EDIT: In that case, Jesus Christ, I hope the 2014 pick doesn't get traded unless the Raptors end up with like LeBron, rofl
Last edited by TRX; Mon Apr 22nd, 2013 at 01:47 PM.
It's time for Wiggins to make a decision. It's May already. The longer he waits the more it looks like prima donna behaviour.
I hope it's not UK. Carolina blue would be good, Kansas blue would work for me but if it's going to be bluegrass, I'm jumping off the Wiggins bandwagon, sorry.
FSU would be OK, too.
I'd also hate to see him go to Kentucky...with the Harrison twins, James Young and Randle already headed there, it's going to be difficult to make a name for himself in the college game.
My dream would be for him to join XRM at Florida State. Bring the school back to some sort of recognition.
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