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#101 Chef Posted 21 March 2019 - 12:20 PM

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I don't think he gets the fifth year in the current CBA (with a S&T). Not sure there's that much incentive if that's the case for him to want to agree to S&T. If he wants elsewhere, he should just go.


Good point. But could he get 4 at the absolute Max rate which only the hornets can give?

Holding out hope that Mike sells.

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#102 Adam42R Posted 21 March 2019 - 01:06 PM

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Good point. But could he get 4 at the absolute Max rate which only the hornets can give?

No, doesn't appear so:

 


94. Why would teams or players want to do a sign-and-trade?

Teams benefit because they can get something in return for players they otherwise would lose to free agency. For players the benefits are limited, because a player can receive no bigger contract via sign-and-trade than he can get by signing with his new team directly (four years, 5% raises), and can receive a larger Bird contract or Designated Veteran contract only when staying with his previous team. It also is much simpler for the player to sign directly with his new team, as a sign-and-trade has to be agreed to by three parties rather than two. A player really only needs to seek a sign-and-trade if he wants to go to a team that is capped-out (or doesn't have enough cap room to give the player a high enough salary) and can't sign him directly.

 

Another factor encouraging a player not to seek a sign-and-trade is that his new team might be weakened by losing players or draft picks in the trade. So while a sign-and-trade is a useful tool when the team does not have the cap room to sign the player directly, the player and his new team have little reason to seek a sign-and-trade when the player can be signed without involving his previous team.

 

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#103 Chef Posted 21 March 2019 - 01:09 PM

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No, doesn't appear so:


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Well that shows it loud and clear. And with tons of space for both Dallas and the Knicks, the only team I can only see needing the s&t would be Philly but my guess is they aren't going to be in the kemba sweeps anyway.

Holding out hope that Mike sells.

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#104 Adam42R Posted 03 April 2019 - 03:46 PM

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He sure isn't telegraphing a move away from team ownership


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#105 Founding Hornet Posted 05 April 2019 - 10:17 PM

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Maybe he won’t. We shall see.

Reset has been underway since I said it two days before the all out youth movement began......

Stay tuned....
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