Salary Cap Q&A

Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by roscoe36, May 5, 2009.

  1. round

    round All-Star 1x Fantasy Champion

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    we need to subtract washington's contract also... how much was that for?
     
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    I think Washington's contract will be around 1/2 million off the top of my head.
     
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    What happens to the last couple guys in the FA market this year?

    There will be vets who won't command the vet's minimum, right? Especially with teams hitting their $ ceiling. Does this mean more migration to Europe?
     
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    It's a possibility, especially with Stern saying that cap will go even lower next year. They are estimating $50-53 mil.
     
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    stars will get their max deals, granted, smaller fishes either accept 1-3year MLE deals ( hoping to get their payday later when economy goes up) or yeah, in Europe, but you have to take into consideration that euroleague teams are affected by economy too... Many teams in europe are in debt now...
     

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