Fumantxu escribió:Venía a preguntar por aquí si son ciertos los rumores que circulan por Boston, de que los Clippers podrían ofrecerle un contrato a Pierce de 50 millones de dólares en tres años y por lo que veo, parece que también es una opción que se ha bajarado por aquí. Supongo que si Pierce viene a los Clippers, yo aún lo pongo en cuarentena, sería bajo la opción de sign and trade, ¿ qué estaríais dispuestos a dar a cambio de Pierce ?
Por que no contemplo que Pierce se vaya a cambio de nada la verdad.
De Knish escribió:Si viene Pierce via FA soltais el pick o a Gordon, junto a Jordan en la operacion pero segurisimo
cebemaniaco escribió:De Knish escribió:Si viene Pierce via FA soltais el pick o a Gordon, junto a Jordan en la operacion pero segurisimo
Pues yo creo que en ese caso los Clippers, soltaran el pick... porque Gordon es parte del futuro del equipo, ademas que una linea exterior B-Diddy, E.Gordon y The Truth seria la leche... aunque lo mas logico es que Pierce se retire en los C´s.
Sources close to the situation confirm that Greek center Sofoklis Schortsanitis will be visiting with the Clippers in Los Angeles in what can best be characterized as a meet-and-greet. The trip is primarily an opportunity to introduce Schortsanitis, whose NBA rights belong to the Clippers, to Los Angeles and the organization’s principals.
Several contractual and financial issues to consider:
Schortsanitis is under contract with Olympiacos through the end of the month.
The Clippers will not extend Schortsanitis a contract before they negotiate with the bigger names in free agency beginning July 1. Any monetary commitment the Clippers make to Schortsanitis would count against the team’s cap space. The Clippers worked diligently last spring to create that space. They won’t compromise it by signing Schortsanitis before making offers to other marquee free agents.
If the Clippers don’t land a max player and/or opt to use their cap space to sign Schortsanitis, things become a bit more complicated. There’s no exception for second round draft picks (The Clippers drafted Schortsanitis with the 34th overall pick in the second round of the 2003 draft.). If the Clips have cap space, then they won’t have a mid-level exception or a bi-annual exception. That would leave only a minimum salary contract, and Schortsanitis is believed to want more than that.
The likelihood that Schortsanitis be in a Clippers’ uniform for Summer League depends on a number of variables ranging from how much Schortsanitis likes the idea to where the Clippers stand as players in free agency on the eve of Summer League.
The Los Angeles Clippers are giving serious consideration to trading their top pick, No. 8 overall. ... Speaking of the Clippers, could Mike Woodson be the leading candidate for their vacant head coaching position?
The Minnesota Timberwolves have to officially be classified as crazy.
The Wolves have offered virtually every team in the league some kind of trade proposal, so at this point there could be as many as 29 trade combinations that drop.
The Wolves have offered almost everyone on their roster at some point this month and they have tried almost every angle imaginable to obtain another top 10 pick in this year's draft.
Sources close to the Clippers say that Minnesota offered the #16 pick and Corey Brewer to the Clippers in exchange for the #8 pick, they have offered multiple player and pick packages to the Indiana Pacers for the #10, and last night league sources said the Timberwolves had at least agreed to the idea of swapping the #16 and Corey Brewer with the Toronto Raptors for the #13 and Hedo Turkoglu - a deal that couldn't drop until July 1st because of cap reasons.
RunningWild escribió:Qué tipo de jugador es Aminu? Comparable a algún jugador actual?
The clock is ticking -- less than three days until the NBA draft -- and a big name is reportedly interested in the Clippers.
But it has nothing to do with on-court talent.
Nuggets Executive Vice President Mark Warkentien, according to the Denver Post, has asked his organization for permission to speak to Portland, the Clippers and Phoenix about front-office jobs. The report cites "multiple NBA sources."
True, the Suns do have openings now in the front office. Plenty of them.
And Portland, well, is Portland. You don't have to say much else.
Which brings us to the Clippers. Two thoughts: Highly regarded Neil Olshey was elevated to the position of general manager when Mike Dunleavy was dismissed in early March and deserves a shot of more than 20 minutes behind the desk.
And, secondly, always thought that the usual mode of operation is teams requesting the permission, not the other way around.
Just wondering when the NBA turned into a Sadie Hawkins dance?
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