Scoot McGroot wrote:https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/30981753/sources-victor-oladipo-turned-2-year-452-million-extension-houston-rockets
Oladipo turned down a 2 year, $45.2m extension offer from Houston. Which, dang. We traded him after he turned down our 4/$113m extension, so Houston didn't even offer him the maximum 2 year extension that they could (though Woj is saying this is the maximum, it doesn't appear to be true). His maximum 2 year extension offer should be $52.4m, so they only offered him ~85% of what they could.
Ah. Figured it out. A player cannot receive an extension 6 months after being dealt, except for an extension bound by the "extend and trade", which limits the player to only a 5% raise over the last year of the current deal he's playing on, and only 5% yearly raises, as opposed to a normal extension, which would allow a 20% raise over the final year, and 8% raises.