Re: Fab Melo to Grizzlies?
posted at 8/16/2013 2:09 PM EDT
In response to Fierce34's comment:
In response to Mployee8's comment:
But you could use some math before you put out false statements!
First of all we traded 4 players for five. That included DJ White (non-guaranteed contract) for Joseph (non-guaranteed). So that means Brooklyn took on 3 guaranteed contracts for 3 since Bogans was an expiring contract ... Wallace, Humphries & Brooks.
So much for the "not enough roster spots" false argument you constructed. The math doesn't add up especially when you consider that the day before the Celtics/Brooklyn deal went through they also signed Shaun Livingston ... How'd they do that if they didn't have enough roster spots? And on the same day the deal went through they signed Kirilenko! Then after the deal they signed Alan Anderson. Again, Fungus ... your math doesn't add up.
This is why everyone here knows you're a liar and a fraud .... making up crap to salvage your argument is lame and leaves you as nothing more than a loser and a fungus ... Get It????
Here's the thing, Mployee, it was important that DJ White be included so that the salaries would match.
But the Celtics didn't have to give the Nets any salary in taking in Kris Joseph.
Like I said, Mployee, if you had common sense, you would have known that not including DJ White would have meant the trade wouldn't work.
Not including DJ White screws up the trade.
No ... you make no sense as usual. Both Joseph & White were rookie minimum contracts and had no affect on the overall deal. In essence it was a swap of one non-guaranteed player for the other meaning the only reason to do so was a preference by Danny for Joseph over White. Come up with another lame excuse now that your roster space as failed!