Can Rondo affect his own value?

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    Can Rondo affect his own value?

    Can Rondo affect his trade value by coming out and saying that we will not re-sign with any team that he is traded to?

     

    What if he says he will play out his contract with any team that he's traded to and return to the Celtics in the summer of 2015?

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

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    Can Rondo affect his trade value by coming out and saying that we will not re-sign with any team that he is traded to?

     

    What if he says he will play out his contract with any team that he's traded to and return to the Celtics in the summer of 2015?



    CP3 pulled a similar stunt like that back in 2011.

     

    Rondo outsmarted Ainge when Rondo refused a contract extension last month.

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

    Ainge can still trade Rondo to the Lakers for Nash.

    Celtics swap the Brooklyn pick for the Lakers' 2014 1st rounder, unprotected.

    That allows the Lakers to trade their own pick even if they already traded their 2013 1st rounder.

    So Rondo and the 2014 1st round pick from Brooklyn for Nash and the Lakers' 2014 1st rounder, unprotected.

     

    Other players have to be included to make salaries match.

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

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    Can Rondo affect his trade value by coming out and saying that we will not re-sign with any team that he is traded to?

     

    What if he says he will play out his contract with any team that he's traded to and return to the Celtics in the summer of 2015?

     

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    CP3 pulled a similar stunt like that back in 2011.

     

     

    Rondo outsmarted Ainge when Rondo refused a contract extension last month.

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    Are you high? That is so far from the truth.

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/25/rajon-rondo-offered-contract-extension-by-celtics-says-he-wouldnt-mind-finishing-his-career-in-boston/

     

    This took me all of 10 seconds to find. The contract extention at this time in his contact is just going through the motions. Nobody signs extentions this early.

     
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    Are you high? That is so far from the truth.



    Think about it, if Rondo agreed to that contract extension and he's already locked up long term, it would be easier to trade Rondo.

     

    Also, why would Rondo decline a contract extension if he's not after max money?

     
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    In response to R9R's comment:

    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/25/rajon-rondo-offered-contract-extension-by-celtics-says-he-wouldnt-mind-finishing-his-career-in-boston/

     

    This took me all of 10 seconds to find. The contract extention at this time in his contact is just going through the motions. Nobody signs extentions this early.



    EXACTLY!!!

     

    So why did Ainge bother offering Rondo a contract extension when everybody knows nobody signs this early, right?

     
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    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/25/rajon-rondo-offered-contract-extension-by-celtics-says-he-wouldnt-mind-finishing-his-career-in-boston/

     

    This took me all of 10 seconds to find. The contract extention at this time in his contact is just going through the motions. Nobody signs extentions this early.

     

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    EXACTLY!!!

     

     

    So why did Ainge bother offering Rondo a contract extension when everybody knows nobody signs this early, right?

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    In case of re-injury or rehab setbacks from ACL issues... R9R would have a steady income including a nice raise  to fall back on... insurance going forward.

    And yes it makes him easier to trade but he gets something in return... job-related income security.

    Nobody outsmarted anyone.

    Pud

     
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     it gives Ainge and idea about how serious Rondo  will be about  re-singn with Boston..If Rondo is a true Celtic, he will resign, if he is only aboutthe money, then trade his butt...

     
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     it gives Ainge and idea about how serious Rondo  will be about  re-singn with Boston..If Rondo is a true Celtic, he will resign, if he is only aboutthe money, then trade his butt...



    Rondo already has the upper hand.

    He declined Ainge's contract extension offer.

    Now Rondo can say he doesn't want to re-sign with the Kings or whatever team he doesn't like.

     

    Rondo already gave the Celts a hometown discount in 2009 when he accepted the 55m 5-year contract extension.

    This time around, Rondo will be asking for max money.

     
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     it gives Ainge and idea about how serious Rondo  will be about  re-singn with Boston..If Rondo is a true Celtic, he will resign, if he is only aboutthe money, then trade his butt...

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    Here's what happens.  ainge will not be able to trade for TWO first rd picks pick no one in the NBA thinks he's worth it.  Ainge will put the screws to the C's in the long run because he cannot pick his way out of a paper bag.  Have a nice day!

     
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    In response to puddinpuddin's comment:

    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    In response to R9R's comment:
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    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/25/rajon-rondo-offered-contract-extension-by-celtics-says-he-wouldnt-mind-finishing-his-career-in-boston/

     

    This took me all of 10 seconds to find. The contract extention at this time in his contact is just going through the motions. Nobody signs extentions this early.

     



    EXACTLY!!!

     

     

    So why did Ainge bother offering Rondo a contract extension when everybody knows nobody signs this early, right?

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    In case of re-injury or rehab setbacks from ACL issues... R9R would have a steady income including a nice raise  to fall back on... insurance going forward.

    And yes it makes him easier to trade but he gets something in return... job-related income security.

    Nobody outsmarted anyone.

    Pud

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    I have to disagree with you Pud.

    FIERCY has outsmarted himself in an effort to look like he's Mr Know-It-All around here.

    Simply ignored by Fiercy is the fact that if Rondo were afraid to be traded after an extension he could have had a basic clause added to the extension .... "No Trade" w/o acceptance ala KG. 

    End Of Story ... A futile attempt by Fungus to improve his Branding has exploded in his face and once again sunk him and his brand into the mud. So pitiful watching him crash and burn the last few weeks as the deadline nears and none of his predictions are coming to fruition and he lashes out at everyones comments.

     
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    I have to disagree with you Pud.

    FIERCY has outsmarted himself in an effort to look like he's Mr Capologist around here.

    Simply ignored by Fiercy is the fact that if Rondo were afraid to be traded after an extension he could have had a basic clause added to the extension .... "No Trade" w/o acceptance ala KG. 

    End Of Story ... A futile attempt by Fungus to improve his Branding has exploded in his face and once again sunk him and his brand into the mud. So pitiful watching him crash and burn the last few weeks as the deadline nears and none of his predictions are coming to fruition.



    HAHAHA

     

     

    This is so funny!

     

    Mployee doesn't know that you can only put a no trade clause if it's a new deal.

    You can't put a no trade clause if it's just a contract extension.

    HAHAHA

     

    Don't believe me?

    Here:

    http://www.netsdaily.com/2013/11/9/5084144/marc-stein-kevin-garnett-andray-blatche-have-no-trade-clauses

    Garnett is one of four players with "full no-trade clauses written into their contracts," Stein reports. "NBA players can earn only after spending eight seasons in the league -- four with the same team -- and only when the clause is specifically negotiated into a new deal."

     
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    Oops!

    Another egg on face moment, Mployee?

    Can you say "crappologist"?

    HAHAHA

     
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    I have to disagree with you Pud.

    FIERCY has outsmarted himself in an effort to look like he's Mr Know-It-All around here.

    Simply ignored by Fiercy is the fact that if Rondo were afraid to be traded after an extension he could have had a basic clause added to the extension .... "No Trade" w/o acceptance ala KG. 

    End Of Story ... A futile attempt by Fungus to improve his Branding has exploded in his face and once again sunk him and his brand into the mud. So pitiful watching him crash and burn the last few weeks as the deadline nears and none of his predictions are coming to fruition and he she lashes out at everyones comments.

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    Time for Midol extra strength maybe.. taken as needed.

    Doctor recommended, safe and effective.

    Pud

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

    In response to mellymel2's comment:
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    Can Rondo affect his trade value by coming out and saying that we will not re-sign with any team that he is traded to?

     

    What if he says he will play out his contract with any team that he's traded to and return to the Celtics in the summer of 2015?

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    Who says we want him back....

    BWAHAHAHAHA

    Face the facts...the C's want to deal him or they would not put it out there that he was available at ANY price....

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    This is a hoot!!! Spin city! From Bleacher Report...

     

    "By setting the asking price for Rondo at two unprotected first-round selections, Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge has essentially made his floor general untouchable.

    It makes sense that Boston’s front office would set the price for Rondo this high, because the point guard was named the Celtics' 15th captain in franchise history earlier this season.

    According to ESPN’s Chris Forsberg, first-year head coach Brad Stevens explained that the decision wasn’t made lightly.

    “I’ve always believed that captains name themselves with their leadership on and off the court,” he said. “This isn’t about us naming Rondo captain. This is about him earning that title through his play as a Celtic, his accountability as a leader of this team, and his commitment to the Boston community.”"

    Captain Untouchable... no less.

    Pud

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    I have to disagree with you Pud.

    FIERCY has outsmarted himself in an effort to look like he's Mr Capologist around here.

    Simply ignored by Fiercy is the fact that if Rondo were afraid to be traded after an extension he could have had a basic clause added to the extension .... "No Trade" w/o acceptance ala KG. 

    End Of Story ... A futile attempt by Fungus to improve his Branding has exploded in his face and once again sunk him and his brand into the mud. So pitiful watching him crash and burn the last few weeks as the deadline nears and none of his predictions are coming to fruition.

     

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    HAHAHA

     

     

    This is so funny!

     

    Mployee doesn't know that you can only put a no trade clause if it's a new deal.

    You can't put a no trade clause if it's just a contract extension.

    HAHAHA

     

    Don't believe me?

    Here:

    http://www.netsdaily.com/2013/11/9/5084144/marc-stein-kevin-garnett-andray-blatche-have-no-trade-clauses

    Garnett is one of four players with "full no-trade clauses written into their contracts," Stein reports. "NBA players can earn only after spending eight seasons in the league -- four with the same team -- and only when the clause is specifically negotiated into a new deal."

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    an extension would be a new deal and RR meets all those terms ... not sure we can believe you w/o proof of there being a difference between a new deal as an extension vs a new deal post contract expiration.

    If I missed some "technical detail" hidden somewhere in the CBA then I stand corrected but certainly not egg on my face for not knowing every minute detail of the CBA off the top of my head if some rule does exist. I'm sure you can provide proof since you're so sure even though the proof you've posted is sketchy. 

     
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    an extension would be a new deal and RR meets all those terms ... not sure we can believe you w/o proof of there being a difference between a new deal as an extension vs a new deal post contract expiration.

    If I missed some "technical detail" hidden somewhere in the CBA then I stand corrected but certainly not egg on my face for not knowing every minute detail of the CBA off the top of my head if some rule does exist. I'm sure you can provide proof since you're so sure even though the proof you've posted is sketchy. 



    BAM!!!

     

     

    Here:

    http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm#Q99

    99. When  can't a player be traded? Can players be given "no-trade" clauses in their contracts?

    1 A no-trade clause cannot be negotiated into an extension, unless player's existing contract or extension already contained a no-trade clause.

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

    Mployee

     

    You always stand corrected.

    Just like you said Ainge was keeping Kris Joseph.

    HAHAHA

     
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    Mployee

     

    You always stand corrected.

    Just like you said Ainge was keeping Kris Joseph.

    HAHAHA

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    There you go ... some subnote #1  (not a very well known or used rule) and easy to miss.

    Thanks for being so annal ... LOL!!!

     
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    There you go ... some subnote #1  (not a very well known or used rule) and easy to miss.

    Thanks for being so annal ... LOL!!!



    Easy to miss?

    You also missed Vander Blue, remember?

    HAHAHA

     
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    Jarrett Jack for the MLE was a miss too, right?

    Cole Aldrich for the BAE?

    HAHAHA

     
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    Re: Can Rondo affect his own value?

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    Jarrett Jack for the MLE was a miss too, right?

    Cole Aldrich for the BAE?

    HAHAHA

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    Internet posters who live in glass shacks like you shouldn't throw stones .... you're 1 for the last 21 now by recent count .... Congrats on being correct on the basis of "a footnote."

     

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