Re: Celtics agree to multi-year deal with Pressey
posted at 7/18/2013 4:36 AM EDT
In response to Fierce34's comment:
In response to Mployee8's comment:
Celtics have a team option on Shav Randolph so they can let that sit there until the deadline for exercising options (10/31 for rookie scale contract). When they are done dealing they can excercise the option but if they don't intend to keep him they should release him sooner so he can try to pick up with another team.
Shavlik team option?
Randolph inked a pair of 10-day contracts with the Celtics in March, then was extended through the end of the season and offered a second, non-guaranteed year as part of his contract. He is in line to make the veteran’s minimum of a little more than $1 million in 2013-14, if he is still around. That is far from a certainty. After the Celtics waived Kris Joseph on Monday, Randolph is the last member of the Celtics roster with a non-guaranteed deal. The Celtics need to clear about $2 million to get below the luxury tax line, so they could release him by Aug. 1 to get about halfway there, or they could include him in a money dump trade to get below the tax level. Either way, expect Randolph to be a popular topic of conversation in Boston’s front office in the next two weeks, but not because of his on-court skills or because the Celtics think he’s such a great guy.
Read more at: http://nesn.com/2013/07/shavlik-randolph-could-be-victim-of-celtics-numbers-game-in-crowded-frontcourt-poll/
With so many moving parts and the need to begin the regular season with a payroll at least $2 million below where it is now, (Danny) Ainge is attempting to time every signing and deletion from his roster. Next up is a decision on whether to pick up a $1.1 million option on Shavlik Randolph’s contract by Aug. 1.
Read more at http://www.hoopsworld.com/celtics-debating-shavlik-randolphs-option#XzvRvmkhS2kj8b6r.99
If the Celts keep Shavlik after Aug. 1 that means his 1m salary becomes guaranteed.
STOP GIVING FALSE INFORMATION, MPLOYEE!!!
You've just posted exactly what I have but you have another date (8/1) that may have been in his contract. I used the rookie contract standard date that is all ... No matter how you want to twist my words, it's still a team option that they have time before exercising or declining. All you've brought to the table is a time difference ... so Danny has two weeks to clear more space in order to hold onto him and if he can't then he cuts him.
Thanks for correcting me on the date even though it is odd that the rules for a rookie contract don't apply as is stardard.
Now explain yourself for posting incorrect info regarding Nick Young!!!!!