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So wait, im confused (cap space related.)

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How does this work exactly? Last year before we signed J Stew to that big contract, all we kept hearing before that was "we only have $5 mill in cap space." But then out of nowhere we hear Stewart signed this massive 40 million plus contract despite us "having little to no cap space." So I am completely confused how cap space works, if we only had around $5 mill in cap space, how did we manage to sign Stewart to a 40 mill contract? Whatever kind of accounting magic we did to make that work, cant we just like, I dont know.... Just do that again next season?

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yeah, its weird how they managed to give him all that money at once.

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Carolina fans are some of the most knowlegable in the league.

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Always seems to me that we have no cap room, and yet always manage to sign guys to the massive contracts. I have no idea how it works either man.

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How does this work exactly? Last year before we signed J Stew to that big contract, all we kept hearing before that was "we only have $5 mill in cap space." But then out of nowhere we hear Stewart signed this massive 40 million plus contract despite us "having little to no cap space." So I am completely confused how cap space works, if we only had around $5 mill in cap space, how did we manage to sign Stewart to a 40 mill contract? Whatever kind of accounting magic we did to make that work, cant we just like, I dont know.... Just do that again next season?

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Always seems to me that we have no cap room, and yet always manage to sign guys to the massive contracts. I have no idea how it works either man.

He thinks we paid Stew 40 million last year in one lump sum, lol....

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We're taking out loans from the federal government, of course...

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He thinks we paid Stew 40 million last year in one lump sum, lol....

no i dont think that at all, im just saying that i keep hearing we cant sign any FAs next season because of our cap situation but yet our cap situation didnt prevent us from locking up Stewart to a nice contract

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He thinks we paid Stew 40 million last year in one lump sum, lol....

Lol my bad I didn't realize that. Even I'm not that stupid.

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