Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by roscoe36, Jul 1, 2010.
Source: Carlos Boozer, Chicago Bulls agree on five-year contract - ESPN Chicago chitown finally used their capp spayce but can't say THAT was the guy they wanted in chitown. it is more like a consolation price but this price is actually good for them it most probably means - lebron either stays in cleveland or goes to NY, I guess.
I think they still have room to sign a max player. This probably increases the odds that LeBorn goes to the Bulls.
Anybody STILL think Joe overpaid for Ben Gordon?
I was waiting for someone to point it out...
I wouldn't go that far. The Bulls paid 15-16 million per year in a strong market to add a scoring/rebounding and starting PF that they badly needed. The Pistons paid approximately 10 million per in a bad market for a 6th man on a team with no starters.
The talk is about Ray Allen at $10 Mil per...
He starts and can play for more than 20 minutes a night without some circus line-up, can't he? I don't have a problem with Gordon except with how he fits here amongst the other holes and problems.
Durant's extension Here's the article. He's getting 85M. Durant agrees to $85 million extension - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
If you look at the last season, Allen and Gordon have very similar stats per 36 min: Ray with 16.7 pts 3.3 rbs and 2.7 asts vs Ben's 17.8-2.5-3.5. Look at the supporting cast, then look at the annual trends with Allen clearly on decline and Ben just entering his prime, albeit slown down by injuries this past year. So, who would you rather have?
Some other news: Raptors sign Kleiza to 4 year $20 mil offer sheet Mavs resign Haywood to 5 years $55 mil Heat offer Miller 5 years worth $27-30 mil Nets agree with Outlaw 5 yrs $35 mil
Jermaine O'Neal to sign with Celtics. No terms available.
Thunder acquired rights to Cole Aldrich and Mo Peterson from Hornets in exchange for the rights to Craig Brackins and Quincy Poindexter.
A rumor of trade in works: Bosh to Miami, Beasley to Charlotte, Tyson Chandler to Houston with Toronto getting the trade exception, taking back the 2011 first round draft pick from Miami, and possibly a player from Houston.
Utah will get a trade exception from Chicago upon agreed sign and trade of Boozer.
Nice work...thanks for the updates.
Thanks for the updates David "Mikhail" Aldridge.... with all of these deals going on ...are you sure no one's talking to Joe???
/points to the numbers what those FAs are getting from GMs/ Dumars surely feels helpless.
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