Oh ok the Cap is 43 million right , so in about 2 years will we have money to go after lebrone_blazer1 said:Sorry, but no on all accounts. The Blazers are committed to around $51 million even if they don't re-sign Damon or SAR and dump NVE's contract.
Not unless we make some trades to dump some of the guys we've already committed to. Miles, Zach, Theo, Telfair, Outlaw, Khryapa, Monya, & this year's pick would put us rigth around the cap even if we didn't sign anybody else.cimalee said:Oh ok the Cap is 43 million right , so in about 2 years will we have money to go after lebron
With the length of contracts likely to be shortened, along with raises, by a new collective bargaining agreement, the Cavs' advantages in keeping LeBron are likely to get slimmer. As Insider first reported months ago, James has lucrative kickers in his endorsement contracts should he move to New York, Chicago or L.A.
Persuading LeBron to stick it out in Cleveland will be a monumental task. The Cavs not only have to make the right choices in free agency this summer, they also have to find the right coach and upgrade almost every area of the organization.
DA is under contract through the 2006-07 season, so he won't come off the books for 2 more years.cimalee said:I know Da comes off the books after next year , the Last other big contract is Rubens and Theos
Good. At least we won't be in a position with him like we will be with Przybilla. After 3 years, the Blazers will have Bird rights on Ha and be able to outbid other suitors...assuming he continues to develop and he HAS other suitors.Schilly said:It's True! I sent Nash an EMail asking such and he confirmed that Ha is signed for 2 more seasons after this season.
Good news! I'll update my site when I do the weekly update on Saturday.Schilly said:It's True! I sent Nash an EMail asking such and he confirmed that Ha is signed for 2 more seasons after this season.