Anybody have the exact deal?
Ok, by my rudimentary math, we will have about $10 mil available next year (includes us signing Miller and subtracts Dyson).
It could raise to $12 if the salary cap is raised to $60 as some expect it will.
Edited. Was trying to do it in my head originally and ran out of fingers, so first estimates were wrong.
Anybody have the exact deal?
Here's the trade from the Hornets release:
The New Orleans Hornets announced today that they have acquired center Robin Lopez, forward Hakim Warrick, and cash considerations from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for guard Jerome Dyson, center Brad Miller and two 2nd round picks (Brooklyn’s 2013 second round selection and Minnesota’s 2016 second round draft choice) as part of a three-team trade along with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Phoenix receives Brad Miller and Jerome Dyson from the Hornets as well as Wesley Johnson and a 1st round pick from Minnesota. Minnesota receives Brooklyn’s 2013 2nd round pick and their own 2016 2nd round pick from New Orleans.
Last edited by eballa1; 07-27-2012 at 12:19 PM.
Per NBA.com http://www.nba.com/hornets/news/horn...arrick-phoenix
I believe Lopez will be our starting center and will show improvement from his previous seasons, given the minutes.
What great trade for Phoenix. Thank u eballa
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With 3-way trade now completed Suns turn attention to signing a backup center. Suns will have 14 mill in cap space for next season.
I found someone that agrees with me!!!! But dude their is a big long thread about this.
Finally!! Didn't have to review 50 page thread to get this answer.
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How is this trade any different from the previous one?
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I understand why that first round pick was involved on Minnesota's part. Phoenix is taking back around 10mil in contracts to make this happen.
Great I was hoping this thing would get finalized. Welcome Lopez, Warrick and "cash considerations"!
I also think he will be starting, but hey....
I believed that this needed its own thread since its official now. Like omalakas pointed out it sucks having to scroll through a bunch of pages on another thread when the other thread was still in the process of the trade. Sry about double posting.
It's not lol
The only thing that is different is that miller's contract is going to the suns. In the previous report he was going to minn, which I think we all knew isnt possible.
San Antonio is going to have a long night come Oct. 31st.
Dyson to Suns. Mayne pick is different.
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