Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

    Seriously, Tommy, you're telling us Humpy for a 2nd round pick is one-sided.

    But you're proposing Steve Blake to Philly so that the Lakers can save 10m in luxury tax.

    That doesn't even solve the Sixer problem of reaching the team minimum salary.

    At least the Humpy to Phill deal will solve the Sixer problem of reaching the team minimum salary.

    HAHAHA



    The Lakers would give up cash AND a draft pick to Philly.

    Since you don't have a long memory, Philly could take on multiple contracts to get to the minimum salary.

     
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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

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    Came down off your confident high horse a little bit, huh?

     

    Don't trip over your tail between your legs!

     



    What happened to Steve Blake to Philly?

     

    It tripped when your tail got stuck between your legs?

    HAHAHA



    See, you are used to arguing with clowns here.

    I'm back and that ain't good news for you!!!!

     
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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

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    Trade proposal are fine if the people are informed and/or the trade makes a bit of sense.

     

    The knowledge of the fans on this forum is absurdly low.

    So, that's just a fact.

     



    Here's the thing, the Humpy for a 2nd rounder solves both the problems of the Sixers and the Celtics.

     

    The Steve Blake to Philly only solves the Laker problem of luxury tax.

    So who's talking about one-sided deals here?

    DUH!!!



    I guess the Lakers giving cash (paying the rest of Blakes salary) and giving up at least one draft pick is not considered getting assets for Philly... as per Fierce.

    Is today opposite day?

     
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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

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    The Lakers would give up cash AND a draft pick to Philly.

     

    Since you don't have a long memory, Philly could take on multiple contracts to get to the minimum salary.

     



    But you only added that "Philly could take on multiple contracts" when your Steve Blake to Philly proposal blew up in your face.

     

    You keep moving the goal post every time you get debunked!

     

    And if you want to talk about Laker trades, you're in the wrong forum!



    FYI, Philly doesn't have to make 1 trade for a $10m player.

    They could make multiple trades.

    I said there could be many, many players that teams would want to trade.

    Steve Blake was an example.

    BURN

     
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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    Get it?

     

    Still don't get it?

     

     
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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    Get it?

     

    Still don't get it?

     

     
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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    OK then here's my trade(s) that work on the trade machine. Wallace for Hawes and NJs 1st. Then trade Humpty for Evan Turner straight up. I'm no capologist so I work trades on espn trade machine and both trades work. It works for everybody. We get proven young talent and give a lowest 9 pick gamble in the draft, don't pay luxury cap and get a year to see who we keep. Philly gets a couple of vets at spots they have unproven talent  a 1st round pick a salary boost that is gone after this season,unclog the logjam at the C and get needed experienced front court players. Win win in my eyes. 

     
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    Re: Potential Trade Partner - $10-million under CBA minimum salary

    In response to G0DVERNMENT's comment:

    In response to Mployee8's comment:

     

    Fungus doesn't understand that Philly doesn't need to dish out draft picks to get to the minimum team salary. Like we'd be doing them such a favor they'd reward us with a 2nd round pick ... Hahaha, see what happens when he's wrong and can't bow out gracefully?

    As I started this argument by indicating that we'd have to give Philly Hump & a pick for them to take him, and Trax argued my point precisely, let's all agree that Fungus is once again wrong. Philly will not help the C's rebuild. They will take on other teams expiring contracts for picks or else look elsewhere for your dumping ground. It's that simple ....

     



    philly already gave up a 2nd round pick for tony wroten who hasn't proven he is an NBA player, so your theory is wrong. plus, they could always trade Humphries later on in the season for equal or greater value. teams package draft picks with bad long term contracts, not expiring one's. 

     



    Things will change starting this season.

    Teams over the luxury tax line or salary cap will be looking to get under it if they can, even if they have to give up a draft pick or a serviceable player to do so.

    To save millions of dollars of luxury tax savings for this season, it is well worth giving up some cash and a second round draft pick or two.

    Philly gave up a TBD 2nd round draft pick for Wroten. It is probably protected which means Memphis will never see it. Wroten was a 1st round pick just 1 year ago.

     

     
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