:laugh:My favorite part of watching Bulls games was my brother and I shouting "Pass me the hot sauce!' or "Gimme that hot Sauce Kyle Korver!". So I'll miss him for that reason alone, but not so much for his streaky shooting.
My projections.as off now, the bulls have no offense?
they need people to create for themselve and shooters in the worst way.
It allows tax paying to make trades above the cap. Using theoretical numbers, assume we signed Korver to increase our payroll by $5 million ato$70 million. We immediately shed that salary down to $65 million. We are allowed to take back up to the $70 million figure be it through trade (basically truing up the original commitment). Regular trade rules still apply, which is usually why you see these being used in multi player deals.Can someone clarify a question on the Trade Exception.
Does that mean we can basically give as much salary as we want in a trade without taking equivalent salary back?
So, with a trade exception, could we sell Noah to someone just for a lotto pick in return, no expiring deal coming back (expiring the following season, as in a summer trade)? Which would allow us to then turn around and have cap room the same summer? I'd much rather sell Deng, but I'm just giving an example.
Does it mean we could just give Deng away for nothing to a team over the cap if there was a player we thought we could sign if we amnestied Boozer and gave Deng away?