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    There are going to be a looooot of overpaid players this summer, make no mistake. The "cheap" role players will be getting 10m+

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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    67 million Brooklyn on top

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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    Sixers need to trade Simmons for some good depth and take back all the salary they can (in usable, re-tradeable players) before re-signing Butler and Harris. Easier said than done, since half the league are free agents, but this will be their last big summer for a gooood while.
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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    And boy OKC has themselves in a mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooks_thompson
    And boy OKC has themselves in a mess.
    Remember when they didn't want to pay Harden because they didn't wanna pay a smidgen of tax?

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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    Kings are maxing Vucevic, I can smell it. Vlade wants to make sure all his Serbs get paid.


    If Indiana was smart (which they obviously are not), they would stay far away from Ricky Rubio and instead use that money for a quality SF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosnian Sajo
    Kings are maxing Vucevic, I can smell it. Vlade wants to make sure all his Serbs get paid.


    If Indiana was smart (which they obviously are not), they would stay far away from Ricky Rubio and instead use that money for a quality SF.
    Every team should stay away from Rubio as a starter if they know what is good for them

    Didn't they just get a SF from Phoenix?

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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    Quote Originally Posted by Manny98
    67 million Brooklyn on top
    Max contract Boogie + D

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    [QUOTE=RealSkipBayless]Max contract Boogie + D

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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    Lakers have 23 mill in cap space. That's enough for DeAngelo Russell

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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    agreed with the overpaying. Think d'angelo fits well with the pacers. Wiggins really is going **** over towns these years

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBAGOAT
    agreed with the overpaying. Think d'angelo fits well with the pacers. Wiggins really is going **** over towns these years

    I think Towns is ****ing over himself just fine, lol. Wiggins just adds on to that.


    Neither of those guys are impact players, Towns may have been the most over hyped rookie in a loooong time.

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    Default Re: Every Teams Salary Cap Situation Heading Into Free Agency

    Look at the Cavs. Suck so bad, paying salaries so bad. Love, Tristain Thompson, J.R. Smith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meticode
    Look at the Cavs. Suck so bad, paying salaries so bad. Love, Tristain Thompson, J.R. Smith.
    Upcoming salaries for 19-20 season:

    Love - $29m
    Tristan - $18.5m
    JR Smith - $15.7m
    Knight - $15.6m
    Clarkson - $13.5m
    Nance - $12.7m
    Henson - $10m
    Delly - $10m


    It's as if the Cavaliers set a personal goal to acquire the most atrocious contracts around the league given to role players

    At least all but 2 of them are expiring after this upcoming season. Love and Nance are locked in till 2023. While Love's contract stinks, Nance has a team friendly contract depreciating every year, with the final year being $9.6m

    But hey, at least you have two 6'2" guards to build around!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooks_thompson
    Sixers need to trade Simmons for some good depth and take back all the salary they can (in usable, re-tradeable players) before re-signing Butler and Harris. Easier said than done, since half the league are free agents, but this will be their last big summer for a gooood while.
    Already dealt Simmons

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