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Hornets salary cap situation

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Would getting both of them while still signing Roberts be a possibility?

If Roberts is signed using the room exception, then our cap space won't matter (he hasn't officially signed just yet). So if we could get Boozer and Stephenson with $12.7 million then yes.

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If Roberts is signed using the room exception, then our cap space won't matter (he hasn't officially signed just yet). So if we could get Boozer and Stephenson with $12.7 million then yes.

 

If they have exactly $12.7M, could they sign Lance to $10.4M per and use the other $2.3M on Roberts, and then use some of the $5.3M that teams with no cap space can use to bid on Boozer?

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If they have exactly $12.7M, could they sign Lance to $10.4M per and use the other $2.3M on Roberts, and then use some of the $5.3M that teams with no cap space can use to bid on Boozer?

No. you can't bid waivers with the MLE (that $5.3 million). We'd havee to bid on Boozer with the $2.3 million, or move Hendo or Neal to clear space.

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Now includes arguably the best contract handed out in free agency thus far. Seriously, we need to commend Cho on $9 million per, that's like $200,000 more than Indy was offering.

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With the addition of Pargo out roster is done essentially. We have 1 more roster spot, but I'd say it will be empty to start the season. The only way anything substantial will happen would be a trade.

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Yep, outside of a trade I'd think we're pretty much done.

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