Discussion in 'Phoenix Suns' started by Mainstreet, Aug 1, 2019.
I think you are right with the new lottery rules.
And just for the record, in any trade the Suns make, I would give up Oubre before Bridges. In this trade I would want to give up either.
would NOT want to give up either.
So so true
This is my point exactly. If the ceiling is 8th seed no point at all. If they thought they could be serious contenders for two of those seasons I might do it. Swapping picks would be a must because of what the Suns have to take on in return salary wise.
Not me by a long shot.
I would give up Cam before either of them. Too bad the Suns would have to give up an additional asset just to unload him...
I would be genuinely happy to see Love get another run. But with that contract he should be attractive to only a team that can contend at least this year and next, and hope he’s an expiring asset at the time they’re unloading and stocking up assets.
Love better be the last piece needed for a championship, because he eliminated all cap flexibility for a few years.
That contract is a deal breaker not to mention the other factors like age and injury.
After Brandon Knight's contract, I do not want to go down that rabbit hole again.
Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42)
1/19/20, 10:06 AM
2020/21 Jazz cap info: Post Royce O’Neale extension
*14 players under contract including 1st rd. pick
* $18M below the projected tax
* Still have $9.8M midlevel and $3.9M biannual exception
* Free agents: J. Clarkson (bird) and E. Mudiay (non-bird)
Derrick jones jr and Danuel House are better than Dragan Bender and Josh Jackson.
And they have one thing in common, neither Derrick Jones Jr or Danuel House were drafted.
I guess McD was good at finding undrafted players.
Chandler Parsons, so sad. Hope he recovers but drunks drivers strike again.
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