You and me both. I guess, husband and wife helps me to remember, but it certainly should not be a selling point. What about them being married makes them any more qualified to do anything legally?And I can't stand "The Husband and Wife Law Firm" too.
He told us he was having a lot of problems with his vision and other than his last visit to the board I haven't heard anything from or about him.
Gambo swears Sarver was willing to pay up to 100 million in tax this season, so if you believe that it would not have been any different.I really hope Sarver knows this happened. I hope he learned about it on Twitter too. He always seemed to be a put off by Jerry and the admiration he received.
What needs to be understood is that paying that luxury tax is an investment. Having Durant on this team will significantly increase jersey sales and allow them to sell out stadiums even with jacked up ticket prices. Not to mention what will happen with those things if they happen to also win a title. Of course you don't want to be paying luxury taxes for a team that is playing poorly, but doing it to put together a team that now becomes a title favorite it is a good investment.
I believe the first part of his sentence about spending the money and for the same reason that you pointed out in your earlier post, about it being an investment. He's had several years now to see the financial benefit the Warriors were getting despite huge payouts.I mean, do you buy that? I know I don't.
Trading him would have been really difficult if we'd extended him.If Sarver truly was willing to pay up to $100 million in tax this year then Cam J would have been extended. I think the fact he wasn't tells the true story there. Cam's extension wouldn't have kicked in this season either so he wouldn't have increased the cost now. Cam under contract also allows more leverage in a trade. He's a RFA so his value wasn't as high as it could have been. He's not a rental or expiring but locking him long term would have raised his stock some and potentially cost us 1 fewer picks or less the swap.