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Some Important C's Cap & Tax Info From Bobby Marks
« on: June 18, 2019, 11:25:02 AM »

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The maximum amount of cap space for Boston this summer would be $27M. However, that would not include Kyrie Irving, Al Horford, Marcus  Morris, Terry Rozier and renouncing the rest of the free agents. That would shrink to $19M if you factor in Rozier.

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Horford coming back at a lower number ($20M range) with length (3 years) on the contract would allow Boston to have the full $9.2M midlevel and $3.6M bi-annual exception to use in free agency. C's are still under the tax if both are used and Rozier brought back.

Source: His Twitter

I'm assuming the 2nd tweet also assumes Kyrie is gone from here.

Anyways I hope we can fill out the roster adequately with those exceptions and dip UNDER the tax. Would hate to rack up another tax bill for a team that's truly not going to be a championship threat next season.

Also, please LET ROZIER WALK.
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So is d’angelo russel, Ronda’s Hollis Jefferson, Julius randle options or not ???

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Perfect, use the full MLE to sign Darren Collison and the bi-annual exception to sign Nerlens Noel.

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I really hope Al comes back. I'm not excited about what we could bring in for $27 MM.

If Al leaves all our moves should be built around acquiring future draft capital. That might mean signing Rozier and trading him for picks in December. With the $19 MM remaining, I'd want them to sign someone to a value contract that would be worth draft picks to contenders at the deadline. Maybe someone like Julius Randle on a short contract?
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I've never been a Julius Randle fan, but he had a darn good season and will get paid.  NOP could re-sign him though, right?

Nerlens would be fine on short money.

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I've never been a Julius Randle fan, but he had a darn good season and will get paid.  NOP could re-sign him though, right?

Nerlens would be fine on short money.

Randle declined a 9M player option (understandably). I think he'll get paid in the 15-18M a year range. I'd be stunned if he got less than that though.
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I've never been a Julius Randle fan, but he had a darn good season and will get paid.  NOP could re-sign him though, right?

Nerlens would be fine on short money.
Randle had a player option for $9 MM that he declined. So he's an unrestricted free agent now. I'm not sure how he fits with Zion, as they are pretty similar style players so I doubt they bring him back.
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Another important thing to note...

Whoever we sign with the MLE could be used as salary filler (about 8-9M) in some future trade.

Not that I know anyone who could be available this upcoming season, but in today's NBA you never know. Maybe another disgruntled star becomes available? Never know...
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Perfect, use the full MLE to sign Darren Collison and the bi-annual exception to sign Nerlens Noel.
This would be awesome. I can get people a bit nervous about Noel's spacing, but for 15MPG he's golden.

Collison is my ideal vet PG

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Perfect, use the full MLE to sign Darren Collison and the bi-annual exception to sign Nerlens Noel.
This would be awesome. I can get people a bit nervous about Noel's spacing, but for 15MPG he's golden.

Collison is my ideal vet PG
Yeah, Collison is the perfect low usage veteran floor general to pair with a dynamic wing duo in Jaylen and Tatum. And Noel will likely be splitting around 30-35 MPG at C with Baynes, so he'll be fine.

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If we resign Horford and Rozier (might as well, at this point) AND have both exceptions, I think we can still be a threat.

If both Jay’s take the next step, Rozier can perform like he did as a starter in the 2018 playoffs, Hayward returns to his Utah form, we nab a really good player with the MLE, and we hit on one of our picks with an impact player, I like our chances.

Lots of if’s, but I can see a way we can come out of the East.
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If we resign Horford and Rozier (might as well, at this point) AND have both exceptions, I think we can still be a threat.

If both Jay’s take the next step, Rozier can perform like he did as a starter in the 2018 playoffs, Hayward returns to his Utah form, we nab a really good player with the MLE, and we hit on one of our picks with an impact player, I like our chances.

Lots of if’s, but I can see a way we can come out of the East.

Threat maybe but the Celtics need shooters in a bad way.  No one on the Celtic team is a knock down shooter.  Good shooter at times but not a knock down shooter.  The C's need a few badly.

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If we resign Horford and Rozier (might as well, at this point) AND have both exceptions, I think we can still be a threat.

If both Jay’s take the next step, Rozier can perform like he did as a starter in the 2018 playoffs, Hayward returns to his Utah form, we nab a really good player with the MLE, and we hit on one of our picks with an impact player, I like our chances.

Lots of if’s, but I can see a way we can come out of the East.

Threat maybe but the Celtics need shooters in a bad way.  No one on the Celtic team is a knock down shooter.  Good shooter at times but not a knock down shooter.  The C's need a few badly.



 TP Delk. Ainge is a moron tho.

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« Reply #13 on: June 18, 2019, 01:31:04 PM »

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If we resign Horford and Rozier (might as well, at this point) AND have both exceptions, I think we can still be a threat.

If both Jay’s take the next step, Rozier can perform like he did as a starter in the 2018 playoffs, Hayward returns to his Utah form, we nab a really good player with the MLE, and we hit on one of our picks with an impact player, I like our chances.

Lots of if’s, but I can see a way we can come out of the East.

If Kawhi leaves Toronto, there is still an opening. We still have to see what PHI does and who they keep. But even then we could still be a Top-4 team in the East behind MIL, PHI, maybe IND or even NY/BKN depending on what they do.

I expect Kawhi to stay btw.
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So if the news is true about Horford, then all of a sudden his 2nd tweet comes into play.

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The maximum amount of cap space for Boston this summer would be $27M. However, that would not include Kyrie Irving, Al Horford, Marcus  Morris, Terry Rozier and renouncing the rest of the free agents. That would shrink to $19M if you factor in Rozier.

Not saying we're going to have max cap space but if you let Rozier and Morris walk as well we might actually open up about 20M in cap space (less if Rozier stays).
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