Balkman32 wrote:cjmcallist wrote:Devilanche wrote:This is correct .
Keeping the TPEs only works if we have more in TPE than cap once we sign whoever is our first rounder for next draft. My understanding is that the draft picks cap hold all doesn’t count against TPEs . If I’m incorrect then it doesn’t make sense to hold the TPEs over cap
Got it. Thanks.
I don't think this would restrict the Thunder in making an offer. I wonder if Presti is willing to sign a guy to an offer sheet this offseason. or if the plan to stink, prioritizes an offer sheet to a Ball or Collins.
One thing to note the Thunder 2022 FRP is owed to ATL if the picks falls outside the protected range of the Lottery.
Emoni Bates will probably be the #1 pick in the 2022 draft. The Thunder should try to load up on the lottery balls.
There are 27 games left this season with next year looking like another tank. That just leaves 109 games & 15 month until this team is putting its all on the line to built a team that can contend for a decade.
Depending on how the draft goes , is a core of SGA, Dort, Theo, Jerome, Kenrich, Roby bad enough for a top 5 picks in the 2022 draft ? If not who can we move ? Jerome - Dort - Theo / Kenrich / Roby ?
Poku , Bazely , Moses , 2021 draft picks are probably inconsistent enough for next year . Unless any take another leap or the draft picks are top 5 picks