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RE: [Celtics' Stuff ] who to protect for the expansion draft?
I think they make Raef available and only do so because they would be
very certain he would not be selected. Given the Bobcats limited
spending ability in year 1, they would be hardpressed to spend that much
money on a guy. Given that Raef is injured currently and his contract
is long enough and high enough in terms of dollars would make him pretty
unappealing to them at this point in time.
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Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 10:52 PM
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Subject: Re: [Celtics' Stuff ] who to protect for the expansion draft?
I didn't know this. This makes it more likely that LaFrenz gets put on
available list. Still, if you were going to sign a free agent, wouldn't
the best guy for the Cs that you would sign? He would likely command the
salary that we are already paying him, or maybe a little less. Maybe
year or so of total years. But that is the problem. So I guess I am
thinking that Danny makes Chucky available. I am probably wrong but it
is just my
<< That's the bad news. The good news is the Bobcats are only allowed to
player from each NBA team. If a team has one of its players selected,
receives a trade exception equal to the player's 2004-05 salary. This
teams to replace a player lost in the expansion draft with another
comparable salary. >>