Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M

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Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#1 » by jbk1234 » Sat Jan 15, 2022 12:48 am

Rubio: $17.8M

G. Harris: $20.4M

Dragic: $19.4M

Prince: $15M

Kings have TT & Bagley so they can be combined for $21M in expiring deals.

Spurs can do something similar with T. Young and Forbes.

Am I missing any, or this it?
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#2 » by Texas Chuck » Sat Jan 15, 2022 12:53 am

I mean depending on options you have guys like Beal, Kyrie, Harden. But don't think that's what you are looking for. Gallo has that $5M next year but I think he counts for what you are looking at. Clippers can get to a really big number with their guys, if you accept Bledsoe's small gte wouldn't be prohibitive. Memphis can stack up to a pretty good number. Minnesota can also do Pat Bev and Layman/Okogie and get as big as need be.
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#3 » by NYG » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:03 am

jbk1234 wrote:Rubio: $17.8M

G. Harris: $20.4M

Dragic: $19.4M

Prince: $15M

Kings have TT & Bagley so they can be combined for $21M in expiring deals.

Spurs can do something similar with T. Young and Forbes.

Am I missing any, or this it?


Technically the Orlando and Boston TPE(s) too
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#4 » by VCfor3 » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:03 am

I mean if you are combining contracts Memphis has:
Anderson - $9,937,150
Tyus - $8,376,286
Culver - $6,395,160

So like $24.7m if combined
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#5 » by jbk1234 » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:06 am

Texas Chuck wrote:I mean depending on options you have guys like Beal, Kyrie, Harden. But don't think that's what you are looking for. Gallo has that $5M next year but I think he counts for what you are looking at. Clippers can get to a really big number with their guys, if you accept Bledsoe's small gte wouldn't be prohibitive. Memphis can stack up to a pretty good number. Minnesota can also do Pat Bev and Layman/Okogie and get as big as need be.



Memphis is a lot harder because you get into a four for one in season deal and they have guys I'm sure they want to re-sign this summer. The Hawks will be looking a hefty tax bill next season if they trade Gallo for non-expiring deals. Same with Minny. Wouldn't bother Ballmer though.
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#6 » by jbk1234 » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:07 am

VCfor3 wrote:I mean if you are combining contracts Memphis has:
Anderson - $9,937,150
Tyus - $8,376,286
Culver - $6,395,160

So like $24.7m if combined


Do you think the Grizzlies are open to moving Anderson?
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#7 » by VCfor3 » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:19 am

jbk1234 wrote:
VCfor3 wrote:I mean if you are combining contracts Memphis has:
Anderson - $9,937,150
Tyus - $8,376,286
Culver - $6,395,160

So like $24.7m if combined


Do you think the Grizzlies are open to moving Anderson?

I think there is a chance simply because our FO is very forward thinking. So if they don't think they can retain him on a team-friendly deal then moving him now for value may be something they are open to. Only hesitation is that he has been good for us off the bench (and sometimes starting) during this run. In order for us to potentially disrupt some of the chemistry the deal would have to be worth it. Culver is who we would try to use first if there is a deal requiring expiring salary. I rank our openness to moving the expirings as Culver>Anderson>Tyus. I expect Memphis to do nothing or maybe some Culver based deal this deadline, but if we do something bigger I could see Anderson+Culver as the filler along with a 2022 1st or two.
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#8 » by shangrila » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:49 am

If you mean Wolves Prince, he's only 13mil. Although as Chuck pointed out we can add Layman or Okogie to get to where you're talking about easily.
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#9 » by Helsbyte » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:54 am

Indiana can combine Lamb and Warren
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#10 » by Blazinaway » Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:59 am

Blazers Roco and Nurk about 25 mil combined
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Re: Expiring Contracts in excess of $15M 

Post#11 » by meekrab » Sat Jan 15, 2022 2:11 am

Bulls can combine Derrick Jones Jr, Troy Brown Jr and Matt Thomas to make about 16M.

Or the recently injured Zach LaVine at 19.5M :cry:

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