Kevin Willis wrote:Release him.
If they release him they have to pay him. That's the whole point of these suspensions.
The Heat will not release him until they have exhausted all option to recoup some of sort of asset for him. Also, they will wait until he is no longer eligible to play in the post season then cut him .
J_T wrote:But he sincerely apologized last time. How is this possible?
- I remember that, but as the saying goes.. leopard spots etc etc
solution: work with the players association to find a compromise to keep him away from the team and task his agent with finding a trade or come up with buy out numbers