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Post#1081 » by dozencousins » Fri Nov 20, 2020 10:41 pm

BoogieTime wrote:18/year is too much for Bogdan IMO, wonder who will pay that

I think the Kings will actively look to move on from Bogdan. 13 mil a year is more like the range I think they’d keep him as a backup plan to move later at good value



I see the Kings matching any Bogi offer sheet unless they feel they can get great value in a sign & trade scenerio
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Please don't do it, Kings. Just don't. The guy plays basketball like he absolutely hates playing basketball.
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Post#1084 » by dozencousins » Fri Nov 20, 2020 10:56 pm

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Please don't do it, Kings. Just don't. The guy plays basketball like he absolutely hates playing basketball.



Agreed . Hope we pass . I just do not see it being done
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Please don't do it, Kings. Just don't. The guy plays basketball like he absolutely hates playing basketball.


I would look elsewhere too but the guy has come a long way since his Sacramento stint. He is still limited but is good for what he is good at. If he's cheap (like, $10m-$13m), then perhaps but whatever. He isn't someone I would throw a fit if the Kings sign or don't sign. Unless, there are serious character concerns or attitude, he is just a name for us. Not really fit with the timeline but would be an upgrade over Holmes and the other bigs we have.
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Post#1086 » by codydaze » Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:01 pm

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Please don't do it, Kings. Just don't. The guy plays basketball like he absolutely hates playing basketball.


I would look elsewhere too but the guy has come a long way since his Sacramento stint. He is still limited but is good for what he is good at. If he's cheap (like, $10m-$13m), then perhaps but whatever. He isn't someone I would throw a fit if the Kings sign or don't sign. Unless, there are serious character concerns or attitude, he is just a name for us. Not really fit with the timeline but would be an upgrade over Holmes and the other bigs we have.


To be honest, I'm not sure I'd want Whiteside here even if we got him for the minimum. I might be able to stomach it but that's just how much I do not like Whiteside. His attitude is still terrible and his effort comes and goes whenever he feels like it.
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Post#1087 » by KF10 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:04 pm

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Please don't do it, Kings. Just don't. The guy plays basketball like he absolutely hates playing basketball.


I would look elsewhere too but the guy has come a long way since his Sacramento stint. He is still limited but is good for what he is good at. If he's cheap (like, $10m-$13m), then perhaps but whatever. He isn't someone I would throw a fit if the Kings sign or don't sign. Unless, there are serious character concerns or attitude, he is just a name for us. Not really fit with the timeline but would be an upgrade over Holmes and the other bigs we have.


To be honest, I'm not sure I'd want Whiteside here even if we got him for the minimum. I might be able to stomach it but that's just how much I do not like Whiteside. His attitude is still terrible and his effort comes and goes whenever he feels like it.



Sounds like he is toxic then. I haven't kept up with Whiteside but his numbers look very gaudy. If what you have said is true, then, he is a player we should avoid.
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Post#1088 » by BoogieTime » Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:14 pm

My first reaction is I’d rather have Holmes who is more timeline, but then Hassan sneakily has some solid impact numbers, and this FO seems about analytics

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Post#1089 » by codydaze » Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:17 pm

I'd rather just bring back Alex Len than sign Whiteside. Len played well for us and he's younger.
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Post#1090 » by kb02 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:50 pm

So I agree that Whiteside is a headcase and has shown zero motivation when he's paid. But if you're a team like the Kings, who have subpar perimeter defenders at the 2 and 3 spot (arguably the most important spots in the league to defend against), getting a 7'1 giant sized, defensive, shot altering center makes a lot of sense.

Squint hard enough and I get the reasoning.
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Post#1091 » by OGSactownballer » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:02 am

RipPizzaGuy wrote:Per wiretap -

Bogdanovic believes he can get a four-year, $72 million deal on the open market.

Idk about you guys, but for that price, I don't even want to deal him. Bring him back and thats a no brainer. Send Buddy for cap space.


Yeah really I did not see him getting any less than 4/80 tbh.

If that is the price I pay and just try to make it a descending contract and don’t bat an eye.

That is also an easily movable deal either way.
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Post#1092 » by OGSactownballer » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:09 am

kb02 wrote:So I agree that Whiteside is a crackhead and has shown zero motivation when he's paid. But if you're a team like the Kings, who have subpar perimeter defenders at the 2 and 3 spot (arguably the most important spots in the league to defend against), getting a 7'1 giant sized, defensive, shot altering center makes a lot of sense.

Squint hard enough and I get the reasoning.


Yeah from an analytics standpoint the value of a backstop Center that can block/change shots and rebound when you are running a shooting lineup goes off the charts in the modern NBA.

I just don’t think that 1) we can offer him enough unless it’s too much and 2) he does get attitude going and thinks very highly of himself, but also then takes plays off.
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Post#1093 » by dozencousins » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:25 am

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Post#1094 » by dozencousins » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:46 am

Giles for sure now will not be coming back to the Kings
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Post#1095 » by donkeylips » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:38 am

with gallo singing with the hawks, maybe a boogie sign and trade somewhere else. though id rather the kings keep him
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Post#1096 » by kalenclayton » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:41 am

donkeylips wrote:with gallo singing with the hawks, maybe a boogie sign and trade somewhere else. though id rather the kings keep him

Boogie, you say. :)
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Post#1097 » by KF10 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:44 am

donkeylips wrote:with gallo singing with the hawks, maybe a boogie sign and trade somewhere else. though id rather the kings keep him


Last time I checked, even with the Gallo signing, ATL has about ~$22m cap space left. They can still give Bogdan a huge deal.
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Post#1098 » by dozencousins » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:49 am

I do not want to say for sure that Bogi can't some how sign a contract but my understanding he was just outside the Country and is on a plane back to the States so I think it i smost likely that no deal would happen tonight but maybe tomorrow or the next day is my guess.
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Post#1099 » by BoogieTime » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:55 am

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donkeylips wrote:with gallo singing with the hawks, maybe a boogie sign and trade somewhere else. though id rather the kings keep him


Last time I checked, even with the Gallo signing, ATL has about ~$22m cap space left. They can still give Bogdan a huge deal.


They have a lot of young contracts coming up to be paid in the next several years, so not just about what they have now. IMO it’s good news in that the possibility is less they will sign him for a huge deal outright
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Post#1100 » by KF10 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:58 am

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donkeylips wrote:with gallo singing with the hawks, maybe a boogie sign and trade somewhere else. though id rather the kings keep him


Last time I checked, even with the Gallo signing, ATL has about ~$22m cap space left. They can still give Bogdan a huge deal.


They have a lot of young contracts coming up to be paid in the next several years, so not just about what they have now. IMO it’s good news in that the possibility is less they will sign him for a huge deal outright


We will see.

ATL is going to try to hit a home run and build a competitive team around Trey. Bogdan is one of the few players in the league where he can fit with any team and would be an almost seamless transition. I would watch ATL throwing a huge deal at Bogdan soon.

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