Hal14 wrote:Spin Move wrote:Parliament10 wrote:The Cost-Analysis is a good question, for Madar. -- The road to Begarin, is much less complicated.
It will be interesting to see which one gets here, at least on a Two-Way.
To bring in a star we are going t basically have to clean house next offseason, at most 1 of Smart or R williams wil be here, decent chance horford gets traded along with a 1st (this will have to happen if we re-up smart) Richardson is expiring, the only players not on rookie contracts for next season currently are Tatum Brown and Horford, if we use another 1st to move horford then we will really be needing bodies the next few years it makes alot more sense to keep them both oversees and keep team control going forward so when they are a little older they can be useful players for more of their contracts.
We are a star player short of being a contender and every doller is going count next offseason.
My question is this. In terms of starting the clock and getting closer to free agency, how does that work with a 2-way contract? Cause 2-way contract is different than a rookie deal, right? Regardless of whether it's Begarin or Madar, could we theoretically give 1 of them a 2-way contract for 2021-2022, then give them a rookie contract next summer and start the clock on their rookie deal in the 2022-2023 season? If the answer is no, I think it's absolutely best to keep both of them overseas for another year. They're both a year away from being good contributors off the bench on a playoff team so mine as well wait a year and start the clock next year.
Unless a 2-way contract doesn't "start the clock" because for 1 of them at least, being on a 2-way might be better for their development than going back overseas..
A 2 way is in place of a normal rookie contract generally a 2 year non gaurenteed deal