[quote name="MCCNASTY" post="3325789" timestamp="1429367477"][quote name="MCCNASTY" post="3325787" timestamp="1429367425"]That link keeps taking me to an old smack thread from 2008. Dumbass buc fans.[/quote]
It does on the app, hasn't updated yet. Website version, the link works fine.
Back in 06, I was working in utility locating and the company I worked for bought a full fleet of the old school regular Chevy Aveo's. They took the back seat out and caged it, had to fit a shovel, post hole digger, locate equipment and crates of paint into that damn tiny ass car.
Not fun going from a truck to that damn thing. Lol
Enough of the "untradeable" shtick. Every contract in the league is tradeable it's just a matter of attaching an incentive and/or taking back just as much or more money from another team to make it happen. The problem is Cho isn't aggressive enough to use his own picks in a trade to dump players that aren't working. So instead of making a play for dragic, we get mo Williams. Instead of getting rid of lance for spare parts, he gets DNP's.
In order to restart this rebuild, Cho is going to have to be more aggressive in tearing it down or else you're right, we're in the same sad boat next season just praying Curry gets homesick in a few years.
Getting rid of Lance isn't worth giving up a 1st round pick at any point when the ceiling without him was a first round exit in the playoffs.
Getting rid of a first round pick to get rid of overpaid players isn't worth it when you're rebuilding "which the Hornets are doing, even if they or the fans don't see it yet" isnt the way to go unless you're getting something worthwhile back.
So yes, expect to suck again next season because Lance, Jefferson and Kemba are untradable without giving up something major or taking garbage back.
Keep saying this, but Cam isn't going to Tango with anything less then an average close to 20 per. Just sitting pat contract wise gets him either early FA or the next three seasons at 18m average and all of it fully guranteed by the way of this season's option and two tags.
Coming at him and Cook with a Dalton/Kapernick type deal is laughable. Coming at him with a deal for 17-18 is Laughable as well when they can stand pat and make just as much and get two massive Paydays within 4 years of each other.
Gettleman is the one who is going to have to bend on these negotiations.
The agreement has a loophole that 1st party titles CAN use the NFL license... just not multi-platform ones.
I have no fuging clue why they wouldn't use the NFL license if this really is a Microsoft exclusive. It makes zero sense to go all out to contract 2K to create a 1st party football game (which they know would poo on EA's Xbox shares) and then just turn around and make some generic Arena League Football type game.
They know it's the NFL brand that sells.
I don't know. I know it's pure false hope and naivety by this point, but maybe it's a smoke screen. They have been keeping this whole thing rather close to the chest. It wouldn't be hard at all to release some images with some misleading skins of gameplay before the game's release. That happens a lot actually.
If that was the case 2k would have just made an exclusive game for a platform or Sony would have made a football game by now. This isn't a Xbox one/PC exclusive, that was a rumor, this doesn't even have any details attached to it except it's known that it doesn't have NFL teams in it because it doesn't have access to the NFL license.
JM16's biggest draws will be if it's released on PC and it's story mode. If it's released on PC, it will take off because of the modding community and the lack of a proper football game on PC.