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Blazers Roster / Salary Cap 2018-19

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  1. Optimistic Bob

    Optimistic Bob Active Member

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    I think they should keep Aminu, Davis and Swanigan. Moving Leonard, Harkless and Napier seems to me the best way to drop the salary total.

    Changed my mind. I think Napier is pretty valuable and should stay
     
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    I just posted this in another thread, but thought it fit better here -

    Just for fun, I calculated the dollars per minute the Blazers are paying each player. With players like Dame and CJ getting the max, I assumed they'd be at the top of the list. Meyers couldn't be 'that' over paid.....

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    Well, yes. Meyers is 'that' over paid. Wow.

    The best 'value' is no surprise - Connaughton, followed closely by Nurk.
     
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  3. Mediocre Man

    Mediocre Man Mr. SportsTwo

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    While I don't hate Collins, I find it funny the top two are both WABC
     
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    Here's an update to the $/Minute calculation -

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    With his surge in playing time, Collins has moved to the 'bargain' level.

    Connaughton, Nurkic, and Napier are all excellent values. Unfortunately, they're all free agents this summer. Since they're all restricted free-agents, Olshey has the option to bring them all back if he chooses. I say bring them all back. Let's hope we can get them at a good value.
     
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    kjironman1 Back from 0-2!

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    Actually this whole thing should maybe be updated to exclude Vonleh?
     
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    And Dame still is a bargain at that number compared to some of the other great players in the league.
     
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  7. Lanny

    Lanny Original Season Ticket Holder

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    That would be a dream come true.
     
  8. Storyteller2

    Storyteller2 Player Salary Geek

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    Here's what I've got for next year:
     

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    that #-----$279,000,000 in committed salaries...... over 1/4 billion $'s...... mind boggling considering its only a game to me. they could roll out the washigton generals in the blazers' pinwheel and i would still be a fan though.
     

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