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View Poll Results: Grade Bargnani's game.

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    11 8.33%
  • B

    47 35.61%
  • C

    30 22.73%
  • D

    19 14.39%
  • F

    25 18.94%
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Thread: Everything Bargnani: The Legend Continues

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    Quote octothorp wrote: View Post
    One other option is to use the stretch provision to buy out Kleiza, dropping his salary down to 1.53 million for the next three years, which gives you some room below the tax threshold for now, and yet still gives you the flexibility to use the amnesty provision on Bargnani next summer if things drag on and no trade emerges. Any advantage to amnestying Bargnani only really comes next summer when we have other expirings and additional flexibility, so I don't see a benefit to amnestying him this summer.
    Amnesty for contracts signed before CBa.

    Stretch for contracts after.

    Kleiza cannot be stretched.

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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    Amnesty for contracts signed before CBa.

    Stretch for contracts after.

    Kleiza cannot be stretched.
    Ah, damnit, looks like you're right. I misread the FAQ. So we could still negotiate a buyout with him, but there's no way to adjust the cap hit except by using the amnesty.

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    Quote Marz wrote: View Post
    The correct option is sit tight. Bargnani's value is at an all time low. If you try to trade him, you'll get next to nothing. If you amnesty him, the next team that signs him will sign him for next to nothing (which means MLSE will be paying the major portion of his salary for the next two years).

    You sit tight and wait. You don't have to play him much, or at all. At worst he becomes an expiring contract which is much more valuable than him right now. The whole "We've waited 7 years" argument doesn't apply here because now, the expectations are zero, and all we're waiting for is some trade value.
    This is what I voted for. "If you amnesty him, the next team that signs him will sign him for next to nothing (which means MLSE will be paying the major portion of his salary for the next two years)"

    I don't see Bargs as poison if he comes off the bench. He could provide some utility.

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    Quote Puffer wrote: View Post
    This is what I voted for. "If you amnesty him, the next team that signs him will sign him for next to nothing (which means MLSE will be paying the major portion of his salary for the next two years)"

    I don't see Bargs as poison if he comes off the bench. He could provide some utility.
    The Raptors play even better when he is injured. Bargnani is more futility than utility.

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