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Old 09-20-2018, 09:45 AM   #9
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I am working on a list of players with bad contracts with overalls sorted by position so I'll try and post those today. This should come in handy when trying to decide what players you have to take on to get a extra 1st round pick.
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Old 09-20-2018, 11:51 AM   #10
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So you get Bradley+Covington, Bogdanovic goes to Philly for a 1st (lightly protected, future perhaps)+Covington, Clippers get 2 firsts and unload salary, embracing the tank.
Ended up with a trade like that. Just had to add Collison to the Clippers so that salaries match, but I will cut him so he can join a playoff squad.
Just loved everything about that trade: Philly is 5 games behind the playoffs and in desperation mode. With this trade they upgrade their team and get in better position for free agency after the season.
The Clippers can tank, get 2 good picks and capspace. With these Butler and Kawhi rumours about them I feel like they actually could be a player in next years market.

And finally: Bradley is just a perfect guy for Indiana. Hard worker, tough defender, still a underdog with his physical build. Covington is similiar plus he is a bigger body to throw at good offensive wings. And these 2 guys allow Oladipo to get some rest on defense and don't defend the other teams best player and lead the offense at the same time.

Thanks for the input guys. Hope other people will post their questions here so we get that thing going.
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Old 09-20-2018, 12:09 PM   #11
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Ended up with a trade like that. Just had to add Collison to the Clippers so that salaries match, but I will cut him so he can join a playoff squad.
Just loved everything about that trade: Philly is 5 games behind the playoffs and in desperation mode. With this trade they upgrade their team and get in better position for free agency after the season.
The Clippers can tank, get 2 good picks and capspace. With these Butler and Kawhi rumours about them I feel like they actually could be a player in next years market.

And finally: Bradley is just a perfect guy for Indiana. Hard worker, tough defender, still a underdog with his physical build. Covington is similiar plus he is a bigger body to throw at good offensive wings. And these 2 guys allow Oladipo to get some rest on defense and don't defend the other teams best player and lead the offense at the same time.

Thanks for the input guys. Hope other people will post their questions here so we get that thing going.



Awesome, glad we could be of help. I'm sure Collison is tired of being stuck on bad Clippers teams, but cutting him before the playoffs is fair -- he's actually a good player and one I've enjoyed using since he entered 2K, but he's just never been able to stick to a good team for one reason or another, dude's solid but the basketball gods are not nice to him.
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Old 09-20-2018, 01:47 PM   #12
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Here I my initial list of players with bad or overpriced contracts 2k wise. I have yet to double check these with 2K as sometimes they will have the options different then the sites I use so that's the main thing I still need to do. I rounded up and down on the salaries so its not the exact number. I also assumed everyone would pick up player options. Some of the guys are solid players like THJ, Baz, Wiggins just over paid with the ratings so I listed most of those type guys. If you see a person I missed or you don't think belongs on here let me know.


PG
George Hill (76) - 2 year & 37 million
Brandon Knight (74) - 2 year & 30 million
Patty Mills (76) - 3 year & 36 million
Matt Dellavedova (73) - 2 year & 19 million
Dante Exum (74) - 3 year & 29 million
Shaun Livingston (75) - 2 year & 16 million (+2 at SG)
Langston Galloway (74) - 2 year & 14 million


SG
Tyler Johnson (76) - 2 year & 39 million
Kent Bazmore (77) - 2 year & 37 million (P.O.)
Allen Crabbe (76) - 2 year & 37 million (P.O.)
Tim Hardaway Jr (78) - 3 year & 54 million (P.O.)
J.R Smith (75) - 2 year & 30 million
Courtney Lee (76) - 2 year & 25 million
Dion Waiters (76) - 3 year & 36 million
E'Twaun Moore (75) - 2 year & 17 million
Joe Harris (75) - 2 year & 16 million
Marco Belinelli (76) - 2 year & 12 million


SF
Andrew Wiggins (81) - 5 year & 146 million
Chandler Parsons (75) - 2 year & 49 million
Nic Batum (77) - 3 year & 76 million (P.O.)
Otto Porter (81) - 3 year & 81 million (P.O.)
Evan Turner (73) - 2 year & 36 million
James Johnson (77) - 3 year & 46 million (P.O.)
Danilo Gallinori (77) - 2 year & 44 million
MKG (75 ) - 2 year & 26 million (P.O.)
Solomon Hill (73) - 2 year & 26 million
Tony Snell (73) - 3 year & 34 million
Mo Harkless (73) - 2 year & 22 million
Norman Powell (74) - 4 year & 40 million (ovr goes up when moved to SG)
P.J Tucker (76) - 3 year & 24 million
Doug McDermott (73) - 3 year & 22 million
C.J Miles (75) - 2 year & 17 million (P.O.)
Lance Thomas (69) - 2 year & 14 million


PF
Serge Ibaka (79) - 2 year & 45 million
Ryan Anderson (75) - 2 year & 36 million (will check if 2k has new adjusted salary)
Marvin Williams (76) - 2 year & 29 million (P.O.)
Dwight Powell (76) - 2 year & 20 million (P.O.)
John Leuer (74) - 2 year & 20 million
Nemanja Bjelica (75 ) - 3 year & 19 million
David Bertans (75) - 2 year & 14 million


C
Jokim Noah (73) - 2 year & 37 million
Tristan Thompson (76) - 2 year & 36 million (+2 at PF )
Bismak Biyombo (74 ) - 2 year & 34 million (P.O.)
Girgui Deng (75) - 3 year & 48 million
Cody Zeller (77) - 3 year & 43 million (+2 at PF)
Tim Mozgov (74) - 2 year & 32 million
Kelly Olynyk (77) - 3 year & 34 million (P.O.)
Ian Mahinmi (74) - 2 year & 31 million
Mason Plumlee (76) - 2 year & 27 million
Miles Plumlee (70) - 2 year & 25 million
Omar Asik (68) - 2 year & 23 million (P.O.)
Meyers Leonard (71) - 2 year & 21 million
Christiano Felicio (71) - 3 year & 34 million
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Here I my initial list of players with bad or overpriced contracts 2k wise. I have yet to double check these with 2K as sometimes they will have the options different then the sites I use so that's the main thing I still need to do. I rounded up and down on the salaries so its not the exact number. I also assumed everyone would pick up player options. Some of the guys are solid players like THJ, Baz, Wiggins just over paid with the ratings so I listed most of those type guys. If you see a person I missed or you don't think belongs on here let me know.


PG
George Hill (76) - 2 year & 37 million
Brandon Knight (74) - 2 year & 30 million
Patty Mills (76) - 3 year & 36 million
Matt Dellavedova (73) - 2 year & 19 million
Dante Exum (74) - 3 year & 29 million
Shaun Livingston (75) - 2 year & 16 million
Langston Galloway (74) - 2 year & 14 million


SG
Tyler Johnson (76) - 2 year & 39 million
Kent Bazmore (77) - 2 year & 37 million
Allen Crabbe (76) - 2 year & 37 million
Tim Hardaway Jr (78) - 3 year & 54 million
J.R Smith (75) - 2 year & 30 million
Courtney Lee (76) - 2 year & 25 million
Dion Waiters (76) - 3 year & 36 million
E'Twaun Moore (75) - 2 year & 17 million
Joe Harris (75) - 2 year & 16 million
Marco Belinelli (76) - 2 year & 12 million


SF
Andrew Wiggins (81) - 5 year & 146 million
Chandler Parsons (75) - 2 year & 49 million
Nic Batum (77) - 3 year & 76 million
Otto Porter (81) - 3 year & 81 million
Evan Turner (73) - 2 year & 36 million
James Johnson (77) - 3 year & 46 million
Danilo Gallinori (77) - 2 year & 44 million
MKG (75 ) - 2 year & 26 million
Solomon Hill (73) - 2 year & 26 million
Tony Snell (73) - 3 year & 34 million
Mo Harkless (73) - 2 year & 22 million
Norman Powell (74) - 4 year & 40 million
P.J Tucker (76) - 3 year & 24 million
Doug McDermott (73) - 3 year & 22 million
C.J Miles (75) - 2 year & 17 million
Lance Thomas (69) - 2 year & 14 million


PF
Serge Ibaka (79) - 2 year & 45 million
Ryan Anderson (75) - 2 year & 36 million (will check if 2k has new adjusted salary)
Marvin Williams (76) - 2 year & 29 million
Dwight Powell (76) - 2 year & 20 million
John Leuer (74) - 2 year & 20 million
Nemanja Bjelica (75 ) - 3 year & 19 million
David Bertans (75) - 2 year & 14 million


C
Jokim Noah (73) - 2 year & 37 million
Tristan Thompson (76) - 2 year & 36 million
Bismak Biyombo (74 ) - 2 year & 34 million
Girgui Deng (75) - 3 year & 48 million
Cody Zeller (77) - 3 year & 43 million
Tim Mozgov (74) - 2 year & 32 million
Kelly Olynyk (77) - 3 year & 34 million
Ian Mahinmi (74) - 2 year & 31 million
Mason Plumlee (76) - 2 year & 27 million
Miles Plumlee (70) - 2 year & 25 million
Omar Asik (68) - 2 year & 23 million
Meyers Leonard (71) - 2 year & 21 million
Christiano Felicio (71) - 3 year & 34 million



That's a good list. I will add two things to that:


1. Some players 2K names at one position are actually better at another -- Norman Powell is one of them, they have him as an SF but he gets a 1-2 point boost to his overall as a SG.


2. Certain players do have player options on those contracts that you can get them to wipe out IF they renegotiate with a contract extension either in-season or during the offseason. Whether you can convince them or not, whether you allow it or not, is up to you.


Personally, I do allow it in cases where players have been in an area/with a team for a few years and they qualify for a No-trade-Clause (Batum is a good example). If they do that, I allow them to renegotiate for a (usually) much lower cap hit in exchange for the guarantee they won't be moved.



Some guys won't accept it though, which is an improvement on last year where just about everyone with a player option would be open to renegotiating it for a lower value.
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Old 09-20-2018, 02:57 PM   #14
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I will plan on tonight going back and making note of the option years and making note of any overall changes when moving positions. I know typically moving C to PF is a bit of increase with most wings going up if they play SF. I've never done the extension thing on option years before.


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That's a good list. I will add two things to that:


1. Some players 2K names at one position are actually better at another -- Norman Powell is one of them, they have him as an SF but he gets a 1-2 point boost to his overall as a SG.


2. Certain players do have player options on those contracts that you can get them to wipe out IF they renegotiate with a contract extension either in-season or during the offseason. Whether you can convince them or not, whether you allow it or not, is up to you.


Personally, I do allow it in cases where players have been in an area/with a team for a few years and they qualify for a No-trade-Clause (Batum is a good example). If they do that, I allow them to renegotiate for a (usually) much lower cap hit in exchange for the guarantee they won't be moved.



Some guys won't accept it though, which is an improvement on last year where just about everyone with a player option would be open to renegotiating it for a lower value.
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I will plan on tonight going back and making note of the option years and making note of any overall changes when moving positions. I know typically moving C to PF is a bit of increase with most wings going up if they play SF. I've never done the extension thing on option years before.

Yeah, that's something I discovered last year as a way to keep teams from having their cap space wiped out by terrible option years in the midst of players demanding so much money based on potential/age alone.


This year it may not be necessary, but I still feel it's a valid maneuver and I treat it as a pseudo "stretch and waive" provision as the player in question has the NTC and can't be used in trades.
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What would be solid deal for Jimmy Butler? Last year I predicted Clarkson for IT4


This year I predict..


Jimmy for Fultz and Bayless
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