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OchoNueve

Member Since 08 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 09 2014 03:59 PM
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The Big Picture

27 June 2014 - 11:06 AM

Congrats to Mr. Cho in the draft for once again improving the Hornets roster in adding Vonleh & Hairston as well as increasing our financial flexibility.

 

Post draft & trades, we are only going to be on the hook for $41.9 Million in contracts

(I have input 2014 rookie cap holds for both Vonleh & Hairstons unsigned contracts)

 

Both Alonzo Gee & Jeffrey Taylor have non-guaranteed contracts next year totaling around $3.9 Million which I assume we will wait until we see which "big fish" we can lure into Charlotte prior to re-signing anyone else or guaranteeing these contracts

 

This leaves us with around $21.3 Million to spend on free agents... 

 

Decisions:

* *INSERT FREE AGENT HERE* - With $21M to spend we can make lucrative offers to anyone, including LeBron, Melo, Bosh, Stephenson, Lowry, Deng, Monroe, Hayward, Evan Turner, Nick Young, Chandler Parsons (maybe), Josh McRoberts, etc...  The question is which of these guys see Charlotte as a potential contender and would come to the QC?

*Alonzo Gee - Non-Guaranteed and at $3 million, a simple decision whether or not to guarantee his salary based upon how much money we have left after we make our free agent signing.

*Jeff Taylor - Non-Guaranteed and at less than $1 million, I think it is a no-brainer to pick up the option on him.

 

Exciting few weeks ahead as all these decisions will be made in the next month or two.  Expect a domino effect once LeBron signs with a team and all the LeBron suitors (Hornets included) make pitches for the 2nd tier superstars.  No doubt we already upgraded the roster last night and will soon upgrade further with a relevant free agent addition.  Once this free agent is signed... OUR REBUILDING PROJECT IS COMPLETE and we will be in contention for the next few years.  

 

It is a good day to be a Hornet fan.


JR Smith

05 May 2014 - 12:22 PM

A friend of mine ran into JR Smith at Golf Galaxy in Charlotte this weekend.  He seems like a potential guy that would fit in well on the court with what the Hornets are doing.  3 point shooting and slashing/scoring should be a priority need.

 

Off the court and in the locker room, I'm not so sure about him... No idea if he is here on vacation, leisure, or a team visit with the Hornets front office but I've always been a fan of his game and would entertain adding him as a 6th/7th man as long as it left the cap space for another big free agent.


Bobcats to Be Buyers at the Trade Deadline

30 January 2014 - 09:36 AM

http://www.hoopsrumo...s-deadline.html

 

Quick article indicates NBA execs expect the Bobcats to make a trade deadline move to improve the team.

 

My prediction is:

 

Ben Gordon + 2014 1st rounder for Evan Turner + another player.


Michael Beasley

05 September 2013 - 08:37 AM

I know he has been garbage most of his career, but still shows flashes of talent and potential on any given night. Don't bash me too hard because nobody's even thought about starting a basketball thread since training camp started, but could Beasley help out the Bobcats? He was released yesterday from the Suns.-

I think he would be a great backup PF if he could stay out of trouble.

To keep or not to keep

14 August 2013 - 03:22 PM

Looking for some fantasy advice...

 

I've been in a keeper league for a few years (2 keepers each year)

 

Standard scoring format (4 pt passing TD's, 6 pt other TD's)

 

I haven't really had any issues picking keepers until this season... but let me know your thoughts between the 3:

 

Marshawn Lynch

Alfred Morris

Aaron Rogers

 

As of right now, I think I am going to keep the RB's and draft a QB or WR (8th pick in the draft).  Looking for a convincing argument on why I should keep Rogers since I believe there are more serviceable QB's to pick up than RB's.

 


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