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« Reply #105 on: July 01, 2011, 03:26:05 PM »

I dont mean to be rude but the talks in the new CBA has MLE's changing (or even going altogether).  If thats the case then Miami could only afford to pay $3 - $4mil
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« Reply #106 on: July 01, 2011, 03:30:36 PM »

I believe Dalembert is an unrestricted free-agent.
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« Reply #107 on: July 01, 2011, 08:46:07 PM »

I dont mean to be rude but the talks in the new CBA has MLE's changing (or even going altogether).  If thats the case then Miami could only afford to pay $3 - $4mil
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I'd rather let Dalembert take a pay cut and lose him for nothing than take on a hack contract like Miller or Haslem with a sign and trade (only real trading chips in the Heat roster). Any1 Miami is willing to give (apart from the rookie guy but even then they don't need another PG) is probably gonna slow down the development of the King's young team.
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« Reply #108 on: July 01, 2011, 10:05:18 PM »

Did you really just call Haslem a hack player? Man you mustn't watch much basketball at all man........

Also for Miller he injured his thumb on his shooting hand, you break your thumb on your shooting hand and then tell me how you go shooting the ball. If he makes sure it's right this offseason and has surgery on it he'll be back to shooting 50% from downtown. But whatever.
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« Reply #109 on: July 01, 2011, 10:58:14 PM »

First off bro, did I say Haslem was a hack player? I said he is on a hack contract. Haslem and Miller are on the wrong side of 30 and have 4 more years left. Why the flower would the Kings take on those contracts to sign and trade Dalembert? What other contracts do Miami have that can match up with Dalembert expected sign and trade value? Yeah the Kings are motherflowering idiots and want to take on 31 year olds to flower their team development. How about 28 year old Joel Anthony? A combo of Big Z and House? So bro, tell me how else is a sign and trade gonna happen with Miami? Unless the kings are flowerheads they aren't gonna take any1 from Miami.

You know what man, it's gonna happen cause we are all flowerfaces who think everyone are gonna blow their teams up so that the Heat can have their way. Yeah the kings have DeMarcus, Hickson, Thompson and Whiteside but nah they want 30+ undersize guys to kill their big men development. Also they have Evans, Jimmer , Thornton and Salmons but they want another old shooter in addition to Salmons cause he brings experience and will flower up the careers of the others by taking minutes off them.
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« Reply #110 on: July 01, 2011, 11:16:18 PM »

I misread that you said hack contracts as apposed to just hack. Either way, Haslem isn't on a hack contract, he was being offered 8 million a year to be a starter for the Denver nuggets. But anyway, when did I ever mention blowing up a team? First off you don't even have Dalembert, so it's not like you're blowing up your team.

Way to over react and get on your period over something that wasn't even said. But kudos to you, I know why you're feeling pain.
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« Reply #111 on: July 01, 2011, 11:49:03 PM »

Can you explain to me how a sign and trade works? I thought it be something along lines of the Kings signing Dalembert to a contract and moving him to the Heat, and in order for that to happen, the Heat need to match the salaries up of Dalembert's new contract with salaries of their existing contracts. Which existing contracts will the Heat give up for Dalembert? Mike Miller or Haslem? Yep let's take those contracts flower the development for another 4 yrs. Do you understand Haslem/Miller are hack contracts from the King's POV?

Still don't get it? As you mentioned earlier, Kings are probably gonna relocate. Do you think it's economically viable for them to take on 4 year contracts of 31 year olds especially in a new market? Look what the Thunder did. Offloaded Allen and started fresh with KD. Do you think the Kings are gonna do the opposite and take on shower contracts? By doing a sign and trade with the Heat as you suggested earlier, the Kings are effectively flowering up their team.

Anyways I wouldn't know cause I don't really watch basketball as you mentioned before. Also, FYI I am a dude so I don't what PMS feels like but I am sure you do since you felt it was appropriate to bring it up.
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« Reply #112 on: September 01, 2011, 08:11:39 PM »

Dwight would look great in a boston uniform! Just saying...not gonna happen but oh how i wish ;)
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