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Re: Wizards-Nets blockbustah
« Reply #10 on: December 27, 2012, 03:36:50 PM »
Approve.

FlandersPutnam, can you edit the first post and put who is paying on what player for this trade. A lot easier to process these kind of trades when you know who is being paid for.

do you mean the amount Nets is paying to make the cap even? the difference in salaries is 17.06m


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Re: Re: Wizards-Nets blockbustah
« Reply #11 on: December 27, 2012, 03:39:17 PM »
do you mean the amount Nets is paying to make the cap even? the difference in salaries is 17.06m

The nets are paying 17.06m to balance it out but it is the people in the trades job to put how much is being paid for each player.
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Re: Wizards-Nets blockbustah
« Reply #12 on: December 27, 2012, 03:55:56 PM »
The difference in salaries is 15.36. That 15.36 needs to be put on any 2 of the players or distributed to the 3 players that :WAS-NBA: is receiving in the deal. Trade wll not be processed until this is done.
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Re: Wizards-Nets blockbustah
« Reply #13 on: December 27, 2012, 04:45:55 PM »
The difference in salaries is 15.36. That 15.36 needs to be put on any 2 of the players or distributed to the 3 players that :WAS-NBA: is receiving in the deal. Trade wll not be processed until this is done.

dude i literally have no clue what youre talking about, this has never come up before when trades are being evened in cap. distribute it to oj and javale...i dont care...


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Re: Wizards-Nets blockbustah
« Reply #14 on: December 27, 2012, 05:10:00 PM »
That's because all the other trades like this involve only one player or is correctly posted so the commish (me) does not have to work out the cap myself.

Just like in this trade:

Pacers Trade:

SG- Monta Ellis 11M (2012/2013)** (Pacers pay 3m of his salary this year)
PF- Elton Brand 5.5M (2012/2013)**/**


Cavaliers Trade:

PG- Ramon Sessions 4.6M (2012/2013)
C- Emeka Okafor 11.4M (2012/2013)**/**


I like the way Sessions is playing in this format of Cats,Ellis is a better player but he is with the Bucks now and not the Warriors in real life.The Bobcats in real life needed a scorer in Sessions so he is playing well and i have good SG and PG and also i needed a center and like Okafor,Brand is not playing well right now and i Have good PF to spare.

Thanks Cavs for the deal


Dave (Tarheels55) put the ** at the end of Ellis's contract stating he would be paying 3M this year for him. When there is multiple players on each team being traded, it needs to be posted like that. It is not the commissioner's job to distribute the cap being evened out to multiple players. If it is to one player, then that is fine you can just post that the salary is being evened out. I'll split it to O.J and McGee but this needs to be taken care of before a trade is posted. Can't just post a trade with multiple players to even out the salaries and force the commissioner and LMs to distribute the cap.
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Re: Wizards-Nets blockbustah
« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2012, 05:32:24 PM »
Processed on profsl, spreadsheet, and ESPN.  :judge:

NO trade involving cap being evened out (if there is multiple players from each team involved in the trade) will be processed from now on until it is posted correctly in the first post. It is not the commishes job to even out salary by distributing it to multiple players if it can not all be applied to one player
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