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Messages - Garfield
Last year we suffered from very low activity I'm afraid. Can we improve, or is ProFSL soccer dead for good?
Sunday July 31 sounds like a good live auction draft date to me.
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Id be an agent today. Ill make everything transparent and still roflmaostomp you
Challenge accepted. You know the only condition. No better moment for quitting and switching sides than as newly-crowned champion?
Btw seen this?
Let the free agency rumours begin!
Steph Curry expected to leave . Sources say the 28-year-old has been increasingly frustrated on a 27-win team, wants to win now
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Trying to stay relatively close to http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm#Q38 but also not lose a month dwelling into whether the likes of Dellavedova were signed 1, 2, or 3 years ago.
In those cheap cases, should I just go 190% if I can see Bird, 130% if I can see early Bird, and 120% if no further info directly available? If after all renouncements somebody's cap space is very close to the amount needed to sign a free agent, we can look at this closer, no?
If you can help, please only process entire teams and post their names below.
If kawhi/AD just sign what any agent could get, these 3 should too.
You're comparing RFA with UFA, and you know it.
Also, you'd make a great agent. I hope you join me one day.
1. Any specific format use to make FA bid? I assume player, bid contract (value) and number of years. Anything else.
You're missing the most important part: where is the money coming from?
Also, I need to be able to decipher each year's salary, so either say "flat" or "raises of XYZ%" or just write down each year specifically.
2. If we bid on player with highest bid and another team surpasses the original bid. Is there an opportunity to submit a higher offer before FA concludes?
Of course. A successful GM sends in slightly low-balled offers for a large number of players, then ends up with friendly contracts. A lazy GM overpays one or two losers and gets stuck with untradeable contracts.
Brian Roberts and Ty Lawson shared an apartment this year in Denver. Their lease is up at the end of June so both should opt out.
Yeah good luck with that
Can anybody else offer advice on any of those three players I mentioned above?
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