sfballa13 wrote:Play007 wrote:Crymson wrote:
James Edwards confirmed that Weaver was unwilling to offer Wood more than $10 million this season. Even if that $10 million were offered, that's a paltry $2.3 million less than Plumlee is earning. And Wood is vastly more capable.
I simply just stating that 8 mills was not verified as some are referencing.
Mason Plumlee signed a 3 year / $24,662,500 contract with the Detroit Pistons,
Houston initial offer was 27 million/3 year. Then someone up it and Houston came back with 41 millions/3 years.
Woods at 15M is a steal
Teams would be lining up to pay a guy 15M to put up 23 pts / 9 rebounds / 2 blocks on 54% shooting
Now imagine packaging up Wood in a deal with Rose, Kennard, Bruce Brown, four 2nd round draft picks, what do you think you could get back in a trade like that?
Weaver had every opportunity to create a great situation in Detroit and literally went out of his way to muck it up
Not sure why you are quoting our discussion on verification on the source, your comments does not seem to be related as I never comment about whether the deal is worth or not.
But since you brought this up on the deal value, here is my 2 cents.
Since at 15 mills is such a steal, why he only got 14 mills deal? Why every other team in the league not chasing him, recalled Knicks had interest in him as well? He is eligible to receive up to 27.285 mills at max, why no team is offering him 18 or 20 mills?
I am not debating on his value at all, however it is much easier to judge afterward. I do agree he is worth 15mills but 28 other gms in the league obviously had doubts prior to the start of the offseason, or they can easily offer over 14mills.
Lets just move on and congratulate Houston got a steal.
On our gm, lets judge on moves he made not moves he didnt make. As mentioned in my earlier comments, it takes two to make a deal.
Again just my 2 cents!