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except we don't pay Randolph's entire salary.

 

 

Oh - well that's good news. Except it goes to say that the Grizzlies really did cheap out on bringing him here in the name of the youth movement, just to try and make a run at the 8th spot.

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except we don't pay Randolph's entire salary.

 

but the entire salary goes on our cap.

and

the deal is not official...yet :P

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Rookie salaries aren't included on it yet either.

 

Edit - with Young's salary at a guesstimated 500k (it will likely be more, but just sayin') the Grizz are currently sitting at $45.92 million. That's $11.8 million under the new cap. Not bad.

 

It'll be about $51 mill when the trade is completed.

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It'll be about $51 mill when the trade is completed.

 

Zach Randolph $16,000,000

Marko Jaric $7,100,000

OJ Mayo $4,165,560

Greg Buckner $4,018,518*

Mike Conley $3,883,800

Hasheem Thabeet $3,715,700

Marc Gasol $3,240,000

Rudy Gay $3,280,996

Hakim Warrick $3,021,838**

Hamed Haddadi $1,627,779

Darrell Arthur $1,050,480

Damare Carroll $841,000

Sam Young $650,000***

 

*Nonguaranteed - If waived cap value $1,000,000

**Extended Qualifying offer

***Uses salary scale of 2008 draftee DeAndre Jordan

 

Latty is correct - $52.49 million or there abouts...

 

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so it goes on our cap but we don't pay it. it's like fake money I see. my favorite kind. as long as it goes in my bank acct.

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Zach Randolph $16,000,000

Marko Jaric $7,100,000

OJ Mayo $4,165,560

Greg Buckner $4,018,518*

Mike Conley $3,883,800

Hasheem Thabeet $3,715,700

Marc Gasol $3,240,000

Rudy Gay $3,280,996

Hakim Warrick $3,021,838**

Hamed Haddadi $1,627,779

Darrell Arthur $1,050,480

Damare Carroll $841,000

Sam Young $650,000***

 

*Nonguaranteed - If waived cap value $1,000,000

**Extended Qualifying offer

***Uses salary scale of 2008 draftee DeAndre Jordan

 

Latty is correct - $52.49 million or there abouts...

 

If all those players were to stay on the team when the season begins, this would be the accurate salary number, but Buckner will be waived and we will only pay 1 mill, Warrick will probably be signed to a deal we wont match. So thats a total of 6 million and two less players that will be on the team. Total cap= 47.5 million. We obviously have to sign a few players to get over the minimum player number too.

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If all those players were to stay on the team when the season begins, this would be the accurate salary number, but Buckner will be waived and we will only pay 1 mill, Warrick will probably be signed to a deal we wont match. So thats a total of 6 million and two less players that will be on the team. Total cap= 47.5 million. We obviously have to sign a few players to get over the minimum player number too.

 

A NBA team salary is a crapshoot to quantify - especially when you're dealing the the shell game the Heisley likes to play ;) The numbers I posted were nothing more than a snapshot of where we stand right now. Also, I didn't include JCN's cap hold either. I'm including Bukner's full salary and Hak's QO because until those options are exercised, that's where the Grizz are right now. This is important in regards to facilitating trades, for example.

 

Here's a more thorough breakdown:

 

2009/2010 Cap Number - $57.7 million

Current Cap Figure $53,095,671 million (including 2009 picks)

Could dip to as low as $46.5 by waiving Buckner and renouncing Warrick & JCN

 

Zach Randolph $16,000,000

Marko Jaric $7,100,000

OJ Mayo $4,165,560

Greg Buckner $4,018,518*

Mike Conley $3,883,800

Hasheem Thabeet $3,715,700

Marc Gasol $3,240,000

Rudy Gay $3,280,996

Hakim Warrick $3,021,838**

Hamed Haddadi $1,627,779

Darrell Arthur $1,050,480

Damare Carroll $841,000

Sam Young $650,000***

Juan Carlos Navarro $500,000**

 

*Nonguaranteed - If waived cap hit ~$1,000,000

**Extended Qualifying offer

***Uses salary scale of 2008 draftee DeAndre Jordan

 

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By my estimation the Grizzlies are really between $54-$55M. GGF, those estimated salaries for Thabeet and Carroll are lower than what Beasley and Arthur were actually paid last season. So with the yearly increase, that adds somewhere around $1M to $1.2M.

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By my estimation the Grizzlies are really between $54-$55M. GGF, those estimated salaries for Thabeet and Carroll are lower than what Beasley and Arthur were actually paid last season. So with the yearly increase, that adds somewhere around $1M to $1.2M.

 

That would be correct if the Salary Cap had increased, but the Rookie Scale is linked to the Cap itself. The numbers have been leaked and appear in numerous outlets - here's the linked I used:

 

http://www.hoopsworld.com/Story.asp?story_id=9301

 

http://www.shamsports.com/content/pages/data/capholds.jsp

 

Also note, which I did not add:

 

This is the rookie salary scale for the 2009/10 NBA season. The players drafted in the first round have to be signed to within 80% to 120% of the salaries listed above. That rule is inflexible. In practice, it is almost always 120%, with but the rarest of exceptions. See this long winded thing for more details.

 

However, nobody's been signed yet - so the only number that applies is the hold.

 

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That would be correct if the Salary Cap had increased, but the Rookie Scale is linked to the Cap itself. The numbers have been leaked and appear in numerous outlets - here's the linked I used:

 

http://www.hoopsworld.com/Story.asp?story_id=9301

 

http://www.shamsports.com/content/pages/data/capholds.jsp

 

Also note, which I did not add:

 

 

 

However, nobody's been signed yet - so the only number that applies is the hold.

 

Didn't know about the 120% deal. That might explain the difference I have seen in the past. That said if we let Warrick go and buy out Buckner, we could have around $9M more in space.

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A NBA team salary is a crapshoot to quantify - especially when you're dealing the the shell game the Heisley likes to play ;) The numbers I posted were nothing more than a snapshot of where we stand right now. Also, I didn't include JCN's cap hold either. I'm including Bukner's full salary and Hak's QO because until those options are exercised, that's where the Grizz are right now. This is important in regards to facilitating trades, for example.

 

Here's a more thorough breakdown:

 

2009/2010 Cap Number - $57.7 million

Current Cap Figure $53,095,671 million (including 2009 picks)

Could dip to as low as $46.5 by waiving Buckner and renouncing Warrick & JCN

 

Zach Randolph $16,000,000

Marko Jaric $7,100,000

OJ Mayo $4,165,560

Greg Buckner $4,018,518*

Mike Conley $3,883,800

Hasheem Thabeet $3,715,700

Marc Gasol $3,240,000

Rudy Gay $3,280,996

Hakim Warrick $3,021,838**

Hamed Haddadi $1,627,779

Darrell Arthur $1,050,480

Damare Carroll $841,000

Sam Young $650,000***

Juan Carlos Navarro $500,000**

 

*Nonguaranteed - If waived cap hit ~$1,000,000

**Extended Qualifying offer

***Uses salary scale of 2008 draftee DeAndre Jordan

Lets See Hakim Warrick or Allen Iverson-That is a hard decision!! :lol::blink:

 

YO

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If all those players were to stay on the team when the season begins, this would be the accurate salary number, but Buckner will be waived and we will only pay 1 mill, Warrick will probably be signed to a deal we wont match. So thats a total of 6 million and two less players that will be on the team. Total cap= 47.5 million. We obviously have to sign a few players to get over the minimum player number too.

 

 

This is why I don't understand why so many analysts are saying the Memphis is now out of the free agent market for all practical purposes. Not saying that they'll do this, but they could make a couple easy moves and suddenly have $10 mil to spend. Heisley and CW may not be done yet.

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