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If he really gets an offer that big he's gone. I'm skeptical he will, him accepting the QO seems more likely to me.I have no problem with him wanting to get paid though, he plays hard and is young guy.
If Danny green opts out would love to get him
and if a team wants to pay marcus smart 14+ million to be "the guy" on their team...they will quickly regret it as he bricks up 10shots a game
Quote from: Fafnir on May 28, 2018, 07:17:38 AMIf he really gets an offer that big he's gone. I'm skeptical he will, him accepting the QO seems more likely to me.I have no problem with him wanting to get paid though, he plays hard and is young guy.This is the best case scenario IMO.I think the more he wants a big payday, the more likely he is to take the QO this year.Smart on the QO will go a long way to keeping the team under the luxury tax threshold next year, which puts off the repeater tax another year too (which comes 5 years later).Also Smart on a QO also gives the team another year to decide who they want to keep, Rozier or Smart (or none or both).Nothing wrong with him thinking he deserves a huge payday. Good for him if a team wants to pay him $20m per. Definitely wouldn't be wise to take a discount with Trader Danny as your GM. I do wonder what his real market value is though, will be interesting to see how this (and Rozier next year) plays out.
Sixers convert Riddick $$ to Smart....they ned a guy like him and it weakens the C's
Smartest business statement Smart could make. If you didn’t like “back up the Brink’s Truck” you shouldn’t like this. I don’t like it, but I can’t blame him for it. Danny knows his limit and I trust him. If Danny isn’t willing to go high, I hope he can pull off an S&T. If nothing else, Cs need some tradeable salary if they want to be in the mix for Leonard, Davis, Towns...
Should have gotten Tyreke Evans..