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Build a Franchise Season 4 Offseason- Rule changes (page one)/ Third/Fourth year option deadline July 5th midnight 

Post#1 » by bishnykfan » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:33 am

Previous thread- https://forums.realgm.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1952163


RULE CHANGE PROPOSALS

Voting on all rule change proposals will be open until October 1st. Majority (16) yes votes are needed to pass each proposal. Vote via PM please so I don't miss a vote in the discussion thread. Feel free to discuss either/both proposal in this discussion thread if more clarification is needed.




BAF SIGN & TRADE PROPOSAL

Once a free agent player's incumbent franchise wins a bid on the player, effectively re-signing him. That franchise would then have an initial 24hr window from the winning bid announcement time stamp, to pursue a S&T of that player with another team, if they so choose.

The incumbent franchise who's won the bid to re-sign their own player, must then notify the commissioner via PM, within the initial 24hr window of the winning the bid announcement, of their intention to S&T that player to one specific team.

That time stamped PM sent to the commissioner, would then start the clock on a secondary 24hr window to execute the S&T with the specified team.

If the trade is not consummated within the secondary 24hr window of the S&T time stamped PM that was sent to the commissioner, the re-signed player then becomes subjected to the January 15th newly signed free agent trade moratorium rule, and is no longer eligible to be moved before the aforementioned date.

TAKEAWAYS

• Team GMs can only pursue S&T scenarios for players they hold bird rights to, whom were on their roster at the end of the previous BaF season

• The ruling amendment would limit team GMs to only declare S&T intentions to the commissioner within an initial 24hr window of the winning bid announcement time stamp of the re-signed player. If the GM misses this initial 24hr window, the re-signed player is no longer eligible to be signed & traded

• The ruling amendment would also limit teams to officially pursue a S&T with one specific team, communicated to the commissioner via time stamped PM, within a secondary 24hr S&T window. This will discourage the incumbent team GM from re-signing their own player (that they don't actually want), merely to attempt to extract assets from counterpart GMs, by leveraging multiple teams against eachother during the secondary 24hr window. Limiting official S&T execution to the incumbent team and one specific team, declared to the commissioner, promotes negotiating in good faith

• Team GMs can hold preliminary unofficial S&T discussions throughout the free agency process with as many team GMs as they choose. However, once a bid is won by a team to re-sign its own player, only one specific team will be permitted to be communicated to the commissioner, via PM by the GM of the winning bid, for the official secondary 24hr S&T execution window

• The player must receive a contract of at least 3 years minimum

• S&T's can't be executed once the BaF regular season has started

• All S&T agreements are subjected to the legal terms and conditions of the salary cap constraints


Spoiler:
FOR- (13) Atl, Cle, Dal, Den, Det, GS, Hou, LAL, Mia, NO, SA, Tor, Utah

AGAINST- (1) Orl



PROPOSAL TO AMEND NO TRADE CLAUSES

No trade clauses should be reserved for top of the league players who have earned that distinction.

- Proposal- To limit NTC's only to players receiving a minimum $100/year contract offer. Anyone not good enough to receive a contract of at least 10% of the salary cap should not be receiving a no trade clause.


Spoiler:
FOR- (6) Atl, Cle, GS, LAL, NO, Utah

AGAINST- (8) Dal, Den, Det, Hou, Mia, Orl, SA, Tor




EXEMPT LIST


bishnykfan wrote:Reminder: Any player on the Exempt List can either have their contract frozen by their team or the team can allow a year to come off of that players contract. If a team decides to "freeze" a contract, it will simply carry over to next years roster as is. The deadline for teams to decide on their Exempt List players will be Tuesday, June 30th at midnight. Any team that does not submit a response will automatically have their EL players contract frozen and carried over to the 2020-21 season. Any questions on this process, let me know.

Deadline- Tuesday, June 30th at midnight

Spoiler:
Wade Baldwin- Brooklyn
Jawun Evans- Brooklyn
Tony Allen- Milwaukee
Kelan Martin- Milwaukee
Lucas Noguiera- Washington
Nik Stauskas- Washington
Luc Mbah a Moute- Oklahoma City
Anthony Bennett- Portland
Timofey Mozgov- Portland
Shamorie Ponds- Phoenix





THIRD/FOURTH YEAR OPTIONS

bishnykfan wrote:The following list of players are all due to have their third/fourth year options picked up/declined this offseason. The deadline for this is July 5th. Any team that does not respond will automatically decline the option year on these players.

The 1/2 next to the team name shows what round of the draft each player was originally selected in. If the player is a round 2 player, the team will need to exercise the third year option in order to hold that players Bird rights going into free agency. Also, the option will need to be picked up in order to give an extension if a team wanted to go in that route somewhere down the line.

Any player with an EL next to his name is also on the EL. Teams will need to submit their EL yes/no before they can accept/decline the option year.

PM me if you choose to pickup the third/fourth year options on these players. Deadline is Sunday, July 5th at midnight.


Spoiler:
Jordan Poole- Brooklyn (2)
Zhaire Smith- New York (1)
Daniel Gafford- New York (2)
Miles Bridges- Philadelphia (1)
Chandler Hutchison- Philadelphia (1)
Admiral Schofield- Philadelphia (2)
Sagaba Konate- Indiana EL (2)
Jalen Brunson- Milwaukee (1)
Dylan Windler- Atlanta (2)
Zach Norvell Jr.- Atlanta EL (2)
Luka Samanic- Washington (2)
Kyle Guy- Washington (2)
Nicolas Claxton- Minnesota (2)
Jarred Vanderbilt- Clippers (1)
Rawle Alkins- Clippers EL (2018-2)
Robert Williams III- Phoenix (1)
Donte DiVincenzo- Phoenix (1)
Shamorie Ponds- Phoenix EL (2)
Aaron Holiday- Sacramento (1)
Ty Jerome- Memphis (2)








Upcoming Schedule

Spoiler:
June 30

EL contract deadline


July 5

All third/fourth year contract option deadline


July 11

2020-21 BaF Season opens


October 10-14

BaF Draft

1. Los Angeles Lakers
2. Detroit Pistons
3. San Antonio Spurs
4. Cleveland Cavaliers
5. San Antonio Spurs
6. Detroit Pistons
7. Houston Rockets
8. San Antonio Spurs
9. San Antonio Spurs
10. San Antonio Spurs
11. San Antonio Spurs
12. Los Angeles Lakers
13. Houston Rockets
14. Detroit Pistons
15. San Antonio Spurs
16. Detroit Pistons
17. Detroit Pistons
18. Sacramento Kings
19. Toronto Raptors
20. Boston Celtics
21. San Antonio Spurs
22. Los Angeles Lakers
23. Utah Jazz
24. Boston Celtics
25. Miami Heat
26. Brooklyn Nets
27. Atlanta Hawks
28. Philadelphia 76ers
29. Charlotte Hornets
30. Philadelphia 76ers

31. San Antonio Spurs
32. San Antonio Spurs
33. Houston Rockets
34. Houston Rockets
35. Washington Wizards
36. Memphis Grizzlies
37. Houston Rockets
38. Houston Rockets
39. Sacramento Kings
40. Detroit Pistons
41. Miami Heat
42. Denver Nuggets
43. Detroit Pistons
44. Houston Rockets
45. Atlanta Hawks
46. Memphis Grizzlies
47. Golden State Warriors
48. Washington Wizards
49. Los Angeles Lakers
50. Indiana Pacers
51. Los Angeles Lakers
52. Memphis Grizzlies
53. Washington Wizards
54. Dallas Mavericks
55. Los Angeles Lakers
56. Philadelphia 76ers
57. Los Angeles Lakers
58. Los Angeles Lakers
59. Los Angeles Clippers
60. Orlando Magic

October 17

Free Agency Begins




Free Agency Rankings

Spoiler:
bishnykfan wrote:BaF Free Agency
(Overall record ranking- Based on last 3 years)


5- Brooklyn Nets
Chicago Bulls
Dallas Mavericks
Golden State Warriors
Milwaukee Bucks
Portland Trailblazers

4- Atlanta Hawks
Boston Celtics
Minnesota Timberwolves
Oklahoma City Thunder
Sacramento Kings
Utah Jazz

3- Denver Nuggets
Detroit Pistons
Philadelphia 76ers
Phoenix Suns
Toronto Raptors
Washington Wizards

2- Indiana Pacers
Los Angeles Clippers
Memphis Grizzlies
Miami Heat
New Orleans Pelicans
New York Knicks

1- Charlotte Hornets
Cleveland Cavaliers
Houston Rockets
Los Angeles Lakers
Orlando Magic
San Antonio Spurs


The other three categories will be released closer to FA as they will change with offseason trades. This is the one category that can not be changed.




- Still waiting to hear from Phoenix (Jose7) regarding next season.
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Post#2 » by HEZI » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:55 am

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Eric Gordon/Jordan Clarkson/Elfrid Payton
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Post#3 » by 2010 » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:57 am

• I vote FOR the BaF S&T Proposal

• I vote AGAINST the No Trade Clause Amendment
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2: Redick | Mathews | Wright-Foreman
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Post#4 » by 2010 » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:58 am

HEZI wrote:Image


Wow, nice addition!
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Post#6 » by HEZI » Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:14 am

2010 wrote:• I vote FOR the BaF S&T Proposal

• I vote AGAINST the No Trade Clause Amendment


x 2

For the Sign and Trade

Against the No Trade Clause restriction. Whoever wants to handicap themselves that way should be able to no matter who the player is. It's the GMs responsibility to determine if a player is worthy of that or not.
DENVER NUGGETS
Mike Conley/Devonte Graham/Ish Smith
Eric Gordon/Jordan Clarkson/Elfrid Payton
Kelly Oubre Jr./KCP/Anfernee Simons
WCJ/Larry Nance Jr./Damion Lee
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Post#7 » by Context » Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:20 am

HEZI wrote:
2010 wrote:• I vote FOR the BaF S&T Proposal

• I vote AGAINST the No Trade Clause Amendment


x 2

For the Sign and Trade

Against the No Trade Clause restriction. Whoever wants to handicap themselves that way should be able to no matter who the player is. It's the GMs responsibility to determine if a player is worthy of that or not.

FYI gentleman -the Comiss asked for it to be PM'd so he wouldn't overlook it in the thread...
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Post#8 » by 2010 » Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:24 am

Context wrote:
HEZI wrote:
2010 wrote:• I vote FOR the BaF S&T Proposal

• I vote AGAINST the No Trade Clause Amendment


x 2

For the Sign and Trade

Against the No Trade Clause restriction. Whoever wants to handicap themselves that way should be able to no matter who the player is. It's the GMs responsibility to determine if a player is worthy of that or not.

FYI gentleman -the Comiss asked for it to be PM'd so he wouldn't overlook it in the thread...


Yeah, I overlooked that initially. Just sent in my votes via PM.
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Post#9 » by Context » Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:26 am

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Post#11 » by ribs » Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:54 am

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Post#12 » by Context » Thu Jun 25, 2020 4:17 am

we're heating up in here BAF family...
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Post#13 » by mpharris36 » Thu Jun 25, 2020 4:38 am

i knew it had to be Denver or PHX. And with Jose still AFK it had to be Denver. They are the only teams with large enough expirings to the following year to give Boston all that cap space not this offseason (next offseason).

And charlotte got to be shacking in his boots because Boston is has the most bank going into the 2021 offseason for Siakam.
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PF - Michael Porter Jr/Johnathan Williams/Kostas Antetokounmpo
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SG - Luke Kennard/Tyler Johnson/Theo Pinson
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Post#14 » by bringbackhoffa » Thu Jun 25, 2020 1:31 pm

Oh this sign and trade thing could save me soo much money as it throws free agency ranking out the window...

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JJJ- $67/5 years
Bogdanovich- $60/1 years
Morant- $60/2(3) years
FVV- $45/2 years
Jordan Bell- $13/2 years
Siakam- $10/1 years
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Post#15 » by bringbackhoffa » Thu Jun 25, 2020 1:34 pm

mpharris36 wrote:i knew it had to be Denver or PHX. And with Jose still AFK it had to be Denver. They are the only teams with large enough expirings to the following year to give Boston all that cap space not this offseason (next offseason).

And charlotte got to be shacking in his boots because Boston is has the most bank going into the 2021 offseason for Siakam.

Why..siakam isnt a hornet..

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Vucevic- $95/3 years
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JJJ- $67/5 years
Bogdanovich- $60/1 years
Morant- $60/2(3) years
FVV- $45/2 years
Jordan Bell- $13/2 years
Siakam- $10/1 years
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Nicolo Melli- $3/3 years
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Post#16 » by mpharris36 » Thu Jun 25, 2020 1:36 pm

bringbackhoffa wrote:
mpharris36 wrote:i knew it had to be Denver or PHX. And with Jose still AFK it had to be Denver. They are the only teams with large enough expirings to the following year to give Boston all that cap space not this offseason (next offseason).

And charlotte got to be shacking in his boots because Boston is has the most bank going into the 2021 offseason for Siakam.

Why..siakam isnt a hornet..

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Post#17 » by El Poochio » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:36 pm

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Post#18 » by Context » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:39 pm

mpharris36 wrote:
bringbackhoffa wrote:
mpharris36 wrote:i knew it had to be Denver or PHX. And with Jose still AFK it had to be Denver. They are the only teams with large enough expirings to the following year to give Boston all that cap space not this offseason (next offseason).

And charlotte got to be shacking in his boots because Boston is has the most bank going into the 2021 offseason for Siakam.

Why..siakam isnt a hornet..

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Post#19 » by El Poochio » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:41 pm

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Post#20 » by El Poochio » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:50 pm

New Orleans Pelicans looking to shore up their bench and get even more futureproofed this summer, hit me up if you see anything but long time til draft free agency so has to be an offer that blow me away to pull the trigger now
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