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» Wed Jul 09, 2008 12:03 am
Al harrington for felton. It solves our point guard problem. Al could be a forward a center or forward in charlotee it is an upgrade over Jared Dudley or Nazr Mohammed. would this work finachially or not. Am I just being an idiot.
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» Wed Jul 09, 2008 12:32 am
Not totally sure because I dont know exactly what Charlotte's cap figure it at right now but I believe they are under the cap.

The salary difference between the two is something like 5 million... we are under the cap and as long as Charlotte can absorb the extra 5 mill without exceeding the salary cap, then yes, technically it would work.

I am not that high on felton though and I think Al has more value than that.
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» Wed Jul 09, 2008 1:45 am
does he though? I mean to anyone else but us?
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» Wed Jul 09, 2008 10:13 am
Quazza wrote:does he though? I mean to anyone else but us?


Al has pretty good value around the rest of the league, considering his stats aren't padded by Nelson's running game, I think teams note that he is a good #2 scoring option on an Eastern Conference team, and an A quality role player for some West teams. He is a good percentage shooter, being the Warriors only true shooter... and he shot 77% from the line last year, showing improvement and also a veteran presence in the locker room. I think his value for the Warriors is actually a bit less than with most teams.
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» Wed Jul 09, 2008 1:48 pm
tallboy12321 wrote:
Quazza wrote:does he though? I mean to anyone else but us?


Al has pretty good value around the rest of the league, considering his stats aren't padded by Nelson's running game, I think teams note that he is a good #2 scoring option on an Eastern Conference team, and an A quality role player for some West teams. He is a good percentage shooter, being the Warriors only true shooter... and he shot 77% from the line last year, showing improvement and also a veteran presence in the locker room. I think his value for the Warriors is actually a bit less than with most teams.


And wasn't there a bidding war for him when he resigned with Indy?
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» Wed Jul 09, 2008 2:21 pm
sleandres wrote:
tallboy12321 wrote:
Quazza wrote:does he though? I mean to anyone else but us?


Al has pretty good value around the rest of the league, considering his stats aren't padded by Nelson's running game, I think teams note that he is a good #2 scoring option on an Eastern Conference team, and an A quality role player for some West teams. He is a good percentage shooter, being the Warriors only true shooter... and he shot 77% from the line last year, showing improvement and also a veteran presence in the locker room. I think his value for the Warriors is actually a bit less than with most teams.


And wasn't there a bidding war for him when he resigned with Indy?


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