Actually, only Joey and myself have veto power. We will listen to what everyone has to say though. The reason it can't be a league decision is because the years may not work on a trade and we'll have to shoot it down.
I agree. It can't just be a question of "does player A equal player b?"
Lol best GM quote ever about my man Luis Scola:
Suns GM Lance Blanks said that Luis Scola will provide "griminess and crustiness that we need."
That has got to be one of the weirdest things we've heard a GM say about a player he's acquired, and we're really not sure what he means by "crustiness." Regardless, Blanks expects Scola to set an example for the younger players and he should have a major role as the starting PF for Phoenix. Scola averaged 15.5 points and 6.5 rebounds on 49.1 percent shooting last season, all down from his averages in 2010-11. Aug 15 - 9:27 AM
Source: Arizona Republic
When I drafted I was looking for crustiness first and foremost.
Definitely would have made it a more challenging decision with a draft pick involved. A couple factors that I had to ponder was positional need and cap flexibility. Although one is ranked better than the other, I went against conventional wisdom and traded a big for a small (lots of great PG's, not a lot of great C's). As for flexibility, I was already at 38 years and this puts me at 39, so I lost some flexibility that I think could be very valuable. All in all, our organization is still excited about bringing in a great PG, especially considering Derrick Rose's injury.
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.Unnamed sources are reporting that Apollo is currently listening to offers involving a second or third tier PG as the main return in the deal.
i heard camby added 15 pounds this off season. i hope its not the eddy curry diet
If anyone is looking for 3 pts, I'm looking to trade Jason Richardson and Kyle korver for a big man.
Also I'm desperately looking for a backup pg.
If you sign a player for 2 years then drop him it goes against your cap. But if you decide to resign him for 2 years does it then take up a total of 4 years of cap space or just 2?
i was joking joey about the mysterious 15 LBs of training camp. I def overpaid for those 2 guys, but I doubt I'm going to be competing for any FA signings during the season that will require more than $50
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Jarrett Jack is available for anyone looking for a PG.
Looking for steals.
"I just dunked. Got a little dunk. Thatís nice." Terrence Ross
OK. I have one more question . For our players on 1 year contracts... if we drop them and sign a next guy, does that count as a new year on our contract? I'm confused by a comment I read earlier... For instance: My cap is at 36 right now. If I were to drop say Kendall Marshall(1 yr deal) and pick up a guy like Willie Green to a one year deal(without stating i want him for 2-3 before the one week deadline), does my cap move up to 37? Or does it remain at 36?
Basically I'm just wondering if 3-4 guys at the bottom of my bench are interchangeable with FA's like our Football season is.(Apollo?)
I hope it hasn't been posted previously, and sorry again if I've missed it. This is my last (dumb?) question before we get it rolling. I'm way to used to simple fantasy and don't pay much attention to real cap issues!
From my understanding, your cap would be 37 after that move.
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