Could Faverani hit these numbers?

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    So if Babb gets moved in a multiplayer deal and goes to another team, becomes a starter and a really good player than I lose... got it. 

    Man you are duplicitous.  Babb is no good according to you but he has to play for the Celtics for me to win the bet.  For a basketball forum we sure are missing some balls...



    Fierce too chicken to bet on his own predictions... sounds about right.  A year from now he'll be telling us how he thought Babb was a great player.

     
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    So if Babb gets moved in a multiplayer deal and goes to another team, becomes a starter and a really good player than I lose... got it. 

    Man you are duplicitous.  Babb is no good according to you but he has to play for the Celtics for me to win the bet.  For a basketball forum we sure are missing some balls...

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    Fierce to chicken to bet on his own predictions... sounds about right.  A year from now he'll be telling us how he thought Babb was a great player.

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    +1 ... And he'll dig up some post of his where he claims that just said he wouldn't be a Celtic but he would play for another NBA team .... Hahaha, right ... He's not good enough to make the C's now but some other team will sign him ... talk about covering your tracks ... snake, fox or weasel?

     
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    +1 ... And he'll dig up some post of his where he claims that just said he wouldn't be a Celtic but he would play for another NBA team .... Hahaha, right ... He's not good enough to make the C's now but some other team will sign him ... talk about covering your tracks ... snake, fox or weasel?

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    All because he didn't specifically use the word "sucks," instead he just compared him to sucky players and/or said he wasn't good just because he hit a few shots in a preseason game... kind of like his waffling back and forth over Fav, he has left himself enough room for interpretation. 

    Laughable... it's kind of like a psychic, he is Miss Cleo, keep it ambiguous enough to change his perception.  If you call him on it it's

    LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!   < because everyone knows this means you are right.

    Fierce make the bet buddy or go blow it out your az.  If we like the future prospects of a player don't knock us for it, we're not saying said player will become the next Michael Jordan, but he might become a decent role player. 

    You're not god, even if you think you are...

     
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    +1 ... And he'll dig up some post of his where he claims that just said he wouldn't be a Celtic but he would play for another NBA team .... Hahaha, right ... He's not good enough to make the C's now but some other team will sign him ... talk about covering your tracks ... snake, fox or weasel?

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    All because he didn't specifically use the word "sucks," instead he just compared him to sucky players and/or said he wasn't good just because he hit a few shots in a preseason game... kind of like his waffling back and forth over Fav, he has left himself enough room for interpretation. 

    Laughable... it's kind of like a psychic, he is Miss Cleo, keep it ambiguous enough to change his perception.  If you call him on it it's

    LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!   < because everyone knows this means you are right.

    Fierce make the bet buddy or go blow it out your az.  If we like the future prospects of a player don't knock us for it, we're not saying said player will become the next Michael Jordan, but he might become a decent role player. 

    You're not god, even if you think you are...

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    He keeps track of his own predictions (regardless how insignificant) looking for approval to inflate his ego and street cred here ... talk about pitiful ... Jeesh!

    Now, certainly if he doesn't think Babb will be in a Celtic uniform for one day this season he can't justify saying that Babb will make it to another NBA team this season or next. Most likely the only way another team signs him would be based on his play for the RedClaws or for the C's. And if Babb were playing so good in ME that another team had interest, one would think the C's would bring him up to see what he had before losing him. Makes no sense what so ever. You're right ... He's backtracking leaving some wriggle room in case Babb turns out to be a player.

     
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    wozzy and Mployee

     

    Show the post where I said Chris Babb won't play a single game for another NBA team.

    If you guys can do that then I'll leave this board.

     

    Mployee told Babb "Welcome to Boston!"

    wozzy said Babb will make the Celtics because he's strong, blah-blah...

     

    2 words best describe wozzy and Mployee - DUMBER AND DUMBEST

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    So the C's aren't an NBA team?

    C'mon, odds are that Babb plays for the C's at least one day before he ends up in another teams uniform. You are doing nothing but making excuses to get yourself off the hook just in case Babb does make it to the show. 

    I hear a whistle blowing ... Coffee break is over ... see ya on your next break for lunch in a few hours. Later!

     

     
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    So you'll bet that Babb will not play for one of if not the worst team in the NBA Celtics but might play for another team... got it.  You're too chicken to stick your neck out with a bet but bold enough to make predictions...  typical Fierce whackness.

     
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    So you'll bet that Babb will not play for one of if not the worst team in the NBA Celtics but might play for another team... got it.  You're too chicken to stick your neck out with a bet but bold enough to make predictions...  typical Fierce whackness.

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    He'll make a thread!  Deal?

     

    What a loser!!!

     
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    Get it?

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    Not because Babb only had one good preseason game and isn't good enough?

    Flip, flop, fall back, back track... call it what you want,  you're too chicken to make a bet.

     
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    Like I said ... You've been OUTED

     

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    Mployee

    Must suck to get your azz kicked 3 straight years from some non-American, huh?

    HAHAHA

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    See ... I was right ... something you haven't been for ages!

    You do this just to feel superior to a country and it's people cause you are JEALOUS ... PITIFUL ...GET A REAL LIFE AND PULL YOURSELF OUT OF YOUR SQUALOR RATHER THAN MAKING YOURSELF FEEL BETTER BY TRYING TO BULLY AMERICANS ON A SPORTS BLOG!!! GET IT????

     
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    So you'll bet that Babb will not play for one of if not the worst team in the NBA Celtics but might play for another team... got it.  You're too chicken to stick your neck out with a bet but bold enough to make predictions...  typical Fierce whackness.

     



    No, wozzy, that's just you being clueless about the salary cap rules.

     

    Babb can't be signed by the Celtics because it would put the Celtics at the tax line.

     

    The NBA is not just about the player's ability, it's also a business.

    Celtic ownership does not want to pay repeater tax, they're staying away from the tax line of 71.7m.

    Right now the Celts are at 71.2m.

    Adding Babb for 490k puts the Celtics at the tax line.

    Get it?

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    Then you don't know the tax cap rules, so shut up!

    Danny can waive a player or make a trade that gets us below the tax line anytime until the end of the season when the taxable salary is calculated. As I said before, a simple buyout of Bogans for say $3.5MM cuts $1.5MM off our cap right away and opens another roster spot at the same time. GET A CLUE OR STOP TALKING LIKE YOU KNOW MORE THAN EVERYONE ELSE HERE!

     
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    Then you don't know the tax cap rules so shut up!

    Danny can waive a player or make a trade that gets us below the tax line anytime until the end of the season until the taxable salary is calculated. As I said before, a simple buyout of Bogans for say $3.5MM cuts $1.5MM off our cap rifgt away and opens another roster spot at the same time. GET A CLUE OR STOP TALKING LIKE YOU KNOW MORE THAN EVERYONE ELSE HERE!

     

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    The reason why Danny can't do what you're proposing is because all the contracts left on the Celts payroll are guaranteed.

    Even if Bogans agrees to a 3.5m buyout, the Celts will only pay 3.5m to Bogans but the 5m will still count against the cap.

    The only way the Celts can clear more cap room through a trade.

     

    Waiving or buying out a player won't give the Celts cap relief.

    Eldunko already told you that.

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    Toronto did it ... show me the Rule saying a buyout doesn't reduce the guaranteed cap expense ... you can't cuz you're wrong and using El Dunk as proof is the lamest copout ... since when does he know the rule and since when do you abise by his opinion/posts ... You're a JOKE!!!

     
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    Toronto did it ... show me the Rule saying a buyout doesn't reduce the guaranteed cap expense ... you can't cuz you're wrong and using El Dunk as proof is the lamest copout ... since when does he know the rule and since when do you abise by his opinion/posts ... You're a JOKE!!!

     

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    Here:

     

    64. How do released players apply to team salary? What is set-off?

     

    Guaranteed salary must be paid even if the player is released, and continues to be included in team salary after the player is waived.1 For example, if a player is waived with $10 million in guaranteed base salary remaining on his contract, then that $10 million will be included in team salary.

    http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm#Q64

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    Not if that player negotiates an early settlement so he can sign with another team ....

     
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    If another team signs a player who has cleared waivers, the player's original team is allowed to reduce the amount of money it still owes the player (and lower their team salary) by a commensurate amount. This is called the right of set-off. This is true if the player signs with any professional team -- it does not have to be an NBA team. The amount the original team gets to set off is limited to one-half the difference between the player's new salary and the minimum salary for a one-year veteran (if the player is a rookie, then the rookie minimum is used instead).

    For example, suppose a fifth-year player is waived with one guaranteed season remaining on his contract for $5 million. If this player signs a $1 million contract with another team for the 2011-12 season, his original team gets to set off $1 million minus $762,195 (the minimum salary for a one-year veteran in 2011-12), divided by two, or $118,902. The team is still responsible for paying $4,881,098 of the original $5 million. Note that between his prior team and new team the player will earn a combined $5,881,098, which was more than he earned prior to being waived.

    http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm#Q64

     

    Do the math, Mployee!

     

    It's not like waiving Bogans would shave 2m or 3m off the Celtics' team salary.

    Ugh!

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    That's salary ... says nothing about the affect on the cap. So if Bogans agrees to a $3.5M buyout and signs a new deal for $1.5M then the offset applies to the amount of salary he is owed and ... are you saying the cap is not reduced by a commensurate amount?  You need to review the Toronto buyout of Camby to set yourself straight.

     
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