Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    Semantics. 

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

    Again, to those who think coaches can be traded, they can't. 

    You can get compensation for a coach, but you can't trade a coach.



    It's the SAME thing...why are you splitting hairs?

     
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    Can you believe this guy????? Seriously you need help my friend.


    laugh out loud gif

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

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    Again, to those who think coaches can be traded, they can't. 

    You can get compensation for a coach, but you can't trade a coach.

     



    It's the SAME thing...why are you splitting hairs?

     

    Fungus counsels us repeatedly "not to sweat the small stuff".... while he wallows in nothing but small stuff.

    How small can you get?

    Exhibit A: Fungus

    Pud

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

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    Again, to those who think coaches can be traded, they can't. 

    You can get compensation for a coach, but you can't trade a coach.

     


    And now on to the not-so-mathematically-driven trade of Rivers to the Clippers.

    Rivers still has three years and $21 million remaining on his contract but is eyeing an exit with a strong interest in coming to Los Angeles, where he played for the Clippers during the 1991-92 season.

    Rivers wouldn't be the first coach to be traded. In 2007, the Miami Heat allowed Stan Van Gundy to leave and become the head coach the Orlando Magic in exchange for two second-round picks.

    Considering the Clippers would already be trading four players to the Celtics that started a combined 232 games last season, a future first- and second-round pick would probably be enough to allow Rivers to walk away from his deal. Besides the Celtics don't need to pay a coach $7 million per season to watch over a rebuilding project, especially when Rivers has said that's something he's not interested in doing
       Above material taken from ESPN L A article.

     

    How about Van Gundy for two second round picks...?

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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

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    How about Van Gundy for two second round picks...?

    Seems

     



    Stan Van Gundy was an assistant with Miami back then. The Heat gave the Magic and the Kings permission to talk to SVG. At that time it was the Kings in the running for SVG. Orlando had its sights on Billy Donovan. But when Donovan backed out at the last minute, Orlando immediately turned to SVG. After Orlando and SVG came to terms, Orlando had to give the Heat compensation because SVG still had 1 year left on his contract with the Heat.

     

    Even if you google it, you will not find anything about SVG being traded to Orlando.

    It was SVG and Orlando that came to terms. But since SVG's contract with Miami is binding, Orlando had to find a way for the Heat to let SVG off that contract.

    Think about it, the NBA has rules for trades, signing free-agents, exceptions, etc. But you will not find any rules or guidelines regarding trading coaches.

     




     

    Spin it any way you want. Write a thousand words on this subject and the bottom line will still be the fact that a coach went from one team to another in exchange for 2 draft picks. I learned many years ago (I'm 81) that its a total waste of time to stay involved in discussions of this nature. This is my final post to you on this subject. Happy spinning.

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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    Fungus cant provide any rules or policies that prohibit a coach from being traded.. What an uninformed, ignorant tool he is.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

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    Fungus cant provide any rules or policies that prohibit a coach from being traded.. What an uninformed, ignorant tool he is.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

     

     



    Exactly!

     

     

    When there are no rules or policies, that means it can't be done!

    We've been over this for weeks and no one here has been able to show one scenario that a coach was traded.

    If you were not such a subpar simpleton, Karl, you would have known that the NBA has rules or policies regarding trading players because you can trade players!

    No coach in the history of the NBA has ever been traded. That's a fact!

     



    Damn. The process by which two teams agree to "swap" or "exchange" commodities may not be technically referred to by the NBA as a "trade", but amongst the rest of the english speaking, NBA fans, trade means the same EXACT thing and has the identical affect as what they are doing. Youre desperation to try to be right by using legal terminology, just to put up a smoke screen to the fact that you are actually wrong with what the action acomplishes is  really pathetic, but usual for you. I know, the sky is not blue! Its SKY BLUE.....u r sharp as a bowling ball fierce.

     

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    "Rivers has a particularly strenuous and specific non-compete clause in his coaching contract, a provision the Celtics insisted on when they signed him to a five-year extension in 2011"

    But Fierce - doesn't this mean that pud has to take back his comment about incompetent management given that this now seems to be a pretty savvy contract on their part?  hmmmm....

    By the way pud calling another person a name like fungus is not too classy on your part, not that you have ever attempted to show any class in here.

    Fierce the distinction between compensation and trade matters a little bit (no matching salary needs) but you're making too much of it. There's more similarities than differences. Bottom line, if another team wants doc, they have to jump through some hoops. Pretty simple, doesn't require multiple threads and posts.

       
     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:

    "Rivers has a particularly strenuous and specific non-compete clause in his coaching contract, a provision the Celtics insisted on when they signed him to a five-year extension in 2011"

    But Fierce - doesn't this mean that pud has to take back his comment about incompetent management given that this now seems to be a pretty savvy contract on their part?  hmmmm....

    By the way pud calling another person a name like fungus is not too classy on your part, not that you have ever attempted to show any class in here.

    Fierce the distinction between compensation and trade matters a little bit (no matching salary needs) but you're making too much of it. There's more similarities than differences. Bottom line, if another team wants doc, they have to jump through some hoops. Pretty simple, doesn't require multiple threads and posts.

       



    exactly....this isn't that hard...keep it simple people.

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    A non-compete clause is pretty standard when hiring another professional with highly marketable skills to keep them from quiting your business/organization and starting/joining the competition.

    I knew to do that 30 years ago when I hired my first doctoral level employee. That didn't make me a genius. That was standard business practice in my field.

    That no doubt is standard in professional coaching/management too.

    That DA would know to do it with doc isn't exactly awesome. 

    He probably signed one too when the owners hired him.

    Pud

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    In response to RallyC's comment:

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

     

    In response to Karllost's comment:

     

     

     

    Fungus cant provide any rules or policies that prohibit a coach from being traded.. What an uninformed, ignorant tool he is.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

     

     



    Exactly!

     

     

    When there are no rules or policies, that means it can't be done!

    We've been over this for weeks and no one here has been able to show one scenario that a coach was traded.

    If you were not such a subpar simpleton, Karl, you would have known that the NBA has rules or policies regarding trading players because you can trade players!

    No coach in the history of the NBA has ever been traded. That's a fact!

     



    Damn. The process by which two teams agree to "swap" or "exchange" commodities may not be technically referred to by the NBA as a "trade", but amongst the rest of the english speaking, NBA fans, trade means the same EXACT thing and has the identical affect as what they are doing. Youre desperation to try to be right by using legal terminology, just to put up a smoke screen to the fact that you are actually wrong with what the action acomplishes is  really pathetic, but usual for you. I know, the sky is not blue! Its SKY BLUE.....u r sharp as a bowling ball fierce.

     


    RallyC

     To swap or exchange, you can add barter and deal. Deal is used in both the sports and business world. Thanks for addressing this subject in real world terms. Love your use of "smoke screen". Thats what "spinners" do best. 

    Seems

     

     
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    Re: Doc Has Non-Compete Clause In His Contract

    fierce i like what u add to this forum but in this instance give it a rest . u know as well as i do whay everyone means when theysay trade. continuing to argue the semantics makes u look foolish 

     
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