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Re: teh vote

Postby silentjim » Sat Sep 11, 2010 2:23 pm

1) Draft Lottery system

Option 2

2) Injury List system

Option 3

3)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 2

4)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 1

5) Bird Rights

Option 2

6) Points system

Option 3

7) rasheed wallace was waived by scully, before we officially set parameters for retiring players

Option 2

8) under current rules 2009 rookies on 1 and 2 year contracts become modified rfa after their contracts are up. for some reason we didn't include those on 3 year contracts which is unfair to guys who own them, since they had to pay more money to get those guys and yet have less protection on their players to show for it

Option 1
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Re: Roster/Salary Info 2010/11

Postby coffeeman » Sat Sep 11, 2010 4:49 pm

PG: Baron Davis(6.35)
SG: Andre Iguodala(10+10.5+10.75)
G: Aaron Brooks(2.61)
SF: Paul Pierce(7.55)
PF: Kevin Love(3.92)
F: David Lee(8.25+8.75)
C: Amare Stoudemire(18.75+18.75+19)
C: Joakim Noah(1.81)
UT: Jeff Green(3.9)
BN: Lou Williams(0.86)
BN: James Harden(.5)
BN: Ronnie Brewer(1.35)
BN: Richard Jefferson(1.4)
BN: Manu Ginobolli(5+5.5)
R: Luke Babbitt(1+1.5)
BN: Wesley Matthews(.25)

Waived:
Julian Wright(0.7) counts as 1/2(0.35)

Total for 10/11 73.85
11/12 44.50
12/13 29.75
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Re: teh vote

Postby coffeeman » Sat Sep 11, 2010 5:06 pm

1) Lottery
Option 2

2)Injury List Systems
Option 3

3) Draft Rights For Players NOt In the NBa
Option 3

4)Draft Rights for Players nOt In the NBA
Option 2


5)Bird Rights
Option 1

6)Points System
Option 1

7)Rasheed
Option 1

8)RFA
Option 1
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Re: teh vote

Postby snakehuynh » Sun Sep 12, 2010 4:51 pm

1) Draft Lottery system

Option 1

2) Injury List system

Option 1

3)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 1

4)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 1

5) Bird Rights

Option 1

6) Points system

Option 2

7) rasheed wallace was waived by scully, before we officially set parameters for retiring players

Option 1

8) under current rules 2009 rookies on 1 and 2 year contracts become modified rfa after their contracts are up. for some reason we didn't include those on 3 year contracts which is unfair to guys who own them, since they had to pay more money to get those guys and yet have less protection on their players to show for it

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Re: Trades 2010/2011

Postby dasein » Sun Sep 12, 2010 8:20 pm

Trade between dasein and coffeeman

dasein trades:

Ronnie Brewer (1.35M)

coffeeman trades:

Yi Jianlian (0.99M)
Ty Lawson (0.25M)

I confirm this.
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Re: Trades 2010/2011

Postby coffeeman » Sun Sep 12, 2010 9:45 pm

Its a deal. Brewer is now with the Coffeemen
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Postby coffeeman » Sun Sep 12, 2010 9:53 pm

Had one of the best teams last yr- in 1st or close to first most of the year even without one of the top 10 Fant BB studs.

I have some key older players whose contracts are done after this year like Paul Pierce and Baron Davis and only 3 players signed beyond this yr(Amare,Lee and Iggy) so this is the year for the Coffeemen to make a push. Over the soft cap this yr but enough under the hard cap to consider key older talent in trades whether the contracts expire after this yr(preferable) or not.

So if this would be a good fit for young or rebuilding teams fire away. My picks are avalible and young still improving players on the roster such as Jeff Green and others can be had in the right fit.
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Re: teh vote

Postby RocketsDWM » Sun Sep 12, 2010 11:48 pm

KalElen wrote:we have dv to thank for going through 13 pages of discussion and identifying the issues and proposed solutions thus helping me set this up ;-D

you are free to change your vote at any time until the vote is concluded. please keep all the comments in the discussion thread and post only your votes here. vote will last until the sunday 23:59 est or until all members vote, whichever comes later

1) Draft Lottery system

Option 4) No change

2) Injury List system

Option 2) We get 2 extra roster spaces, but these are only to be used for inactive players. We know who a manager's inactive players are by having them displayed in the "smack talk" bar, which is highly visible and easily accessible.

3)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 2) You hold his rights until he comes over. The player doesn't count against your salary/roster until he actually plays a game in the NBA.

4)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 1) You can hold draft rights on no more then 2 players

5) Bird Rights

Option 1) Keep the current rule: Bird Rights after one full year without being waived.

6) Points system

Option 1) Use the current setup. Points system only applies when average salary and contract length are equal in two or more offers.


7) rasheed wallace was waived by scully, before we officially set parameters for retiring players


Option 2) sheed remains waived.

8) under current rules 2009 rookies on 1 and 2 year contracts become modified rfa after their contracts are up. for some reason we didn't include those on 3 year contracts which is unfair to guys who own them, since they had to pay more money to get those guys and yet have less protection on their players to show for it



Option 2) no change
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Re: teh vote

Postby Markos » Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:45 am

Sorry about the delay, was meant to do this yesterday but was busy fixing my car and forgot about it

1) Draft Lottery system

Option 3)

2) Injury List system

Option 2)

3)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 2)

4)Draft rights for players not in the NBA

Option 2)

5) Bird Rights

Option 2)

6) Points system

Option 1)

7) rasheed wallace was waived by scully, before we officially set parameters for retiring players

Option 1)

8) under current rules 2009 rookies on 1 and 2 year contracts become modified rfa after their contracts are up. for some reason we didn't include those on 3 year contracts which is unfair to guys who own them, since they had to pay more money to get those guys and yet have less protection on their players to show for it

Option 1)
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Re: teh vote

Postby KalElen » Mon Sep 13, 2010 12:04 pm

results. i haven't double checked, i will later today

1.
1) 2
2) 11
Simple solution would be to have the draw the same way it is outlined, but if you don't win the top 2 picks drawn like the then you get put back based on standings of the regular season. In this way they can still have the opportunity to win the lottery, but they do not automatically jump up positions because they are a part of it.
3) 2
4) 1

2.
1) 1
2) 6
3) 9
We do away with the il list completely and expand active rosters by 2 spots

3.
1) 3
2) 5
3) 8
You hold his rights until he comes over. The player doesn't take up a roster spot until he actually plays a game in the NBA, but counts against your cap by he amount of the 1st year of his contract.

4.
1) 6
2) 10
You can hold draft rights on any number of players

5.
1) 9
Keep the current rule: Bird Rights after one full year without being waived.
2) 7

6.
1) 12
Use the current setup. Points system only applies when average salary and contract length are equal in two or more offers.
2) 2
3) 2

7.
1) 14
allow scully to get sheed back, so he can try to trade him.
2) 2

8.
1) 15
allow rookies on 3 year deals to become modified rfas as well
2) 1
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