adamkingadam wrote:Correct me if I am wrong, but I just read the Larry Coon CBA blog and with the Metta amnesty, this brings the Lakers under the Luxury Tax apron of $75 million (assuming Kaman and co. Have not put pen to paper yet.
It is my understanding nba minimum contracts do not count against the cap so this will leave the lakers with the ability to do a sign and trade.
Monta Ellis is still out there and not getting the offers he wants. Maybe Monta Ellis in a S&T for 8million one year for Blake and hill and/or Meeks?
Could this work?
jlkr wrote:Still think the Lakers cannot do incoming S&T, only outgoing. Believe outgoing S&T was talked about as an option during the D12 speculation.
rydjorker121 wrote:Really, with only 11 guys in our roster we need to add more players, not trade others
revgen wrote:rydjorker121 wrote:Really, with only 11 guys in our roster we need to add more players, not trade others
Yeah, but MDA only plays 8 guys, so adding players really doesn't mean much.
Magic Skywalker wrote:While its true we "can" receive a player vía S&T now, it is honestly impossible.
As slimjim stated, the luxury tax is at $71.748M, making the apron at $75.748M. Lakers Team Salary right now is $74,519,921, so yeah, we are under the apron but the problem is that the new CBA states that you must be under the apron AFTER the trade, which means that we can only receive $1.28M (aprox) on a S&T.
Well, I suppose the Gerald Henderson trade would be possible if the Bobcats want Blake and Henderson is willing to come to the Lakers for $5M.
lakersin4 wrote:Would have to be a really good player for us to cut into our 2014 cap space significantly.. I think if we make a S&T it's either to unload Nash's salary or swap Blake or Hill for a role player in that price range that they like more..
therealdeal wrote:Jennings would love to be home, but we don't really have assets to get him that kind of money.
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