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    How much would you offer the following 2012 RFA's if you were Chris Grant. Obviously, at this point we can't take into consideration who the Cavs draft. I think in either 2012 or 2013(before we need to extend Kyrie and TT, we'll need to overpay for a free agent. While we have a surplus of draft picks in the next 3-4 years, we may not have another top 5 pick. My offers in parentheses.

    Eric Gordon(close to max)
    OJ Mayo(6)
    Courtney Lee(5)

    Nic Batum(close to max)
    Wilson Chandler(4)

    Brook Lopez(12)
    Roy Hibbert(9)
    Omer Asik(5-6)

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    Eric Gordon(close to max) not
    OJ Mayo(6) not
    Courtney Lee(5) mid level

    Nic Batum(close to max) mid level
    Wilson Chandler(4) not

    Brook Lopez(12) not
    Roy Hibbert(9) max
    Omer Asik(5-6) 9

    You did not mention Kaman who will go for less than max IMO. But I am not interested.
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    no one...go all out for harden the following year




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    Roy Hibbert Max..PLEASE!!

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    Ersan Ilyasova, Milwaukee Bucks – $2.5 million – Unrestricted
    I think he becomes restricted when the Bucks make qualifying offer. But he might be a good one to go after. He can take Twan's minutes. Floor spacer, good rebounder and very young. I think I like him more than Asik now...

    I think we should go after him and Mahinmi from the Mavs. Draft a center with the Lakers pick---Melo or the kid from Vandy maybe.

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    I wouldn't mind signing a guy like Ilyasova at all. I also wouldn't mind taking a shot at a Lopez | Hibbert but I just don't see us being able to snag them even offering max.

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    I make big offers to Brook Lopez and [maybe]Eric Gordon, otherwise I don't do anything unless a deal comes by that you can't pass up. Stay under the radar, stay patient.

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    I'm ABSOLUTELY going to be in the minority, but I offer JaVale McGee $8M per for 3yrs. He's physically talented enough to be a better version of Tyson Chandler. With a quality coach, a high-quality SMART point guard, and a supportive team, I think he could reach his potential. Feel free to bash me for it.

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    No way in hell Hibbert deserves the max he's putting up 14 and 9, and its been even worse since the all star break. The only guy I look at is Mayo, for a low amount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvonCavsFan View Post
    I think he becomes restricted when the Bucks make qualifying offer. But he might be a good one to go after. He can take Twan's minutes. Floor spacer, good rebounder and very young. I think I like him more than Asik now...
    Ilyasova is unrestricted (different conditions than some of the folks who can be given a qualifying offer). He's going to be expensive. He also has said he may go play overseas (Turkey, his home country) if the money is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam81king View Post
    I'm ABSOLUTELY going to be in the minority, but I offer JaVale McGee $8M per for 3yrs. He's physically talented enough to be a better version of Tyson Chandler. With a quality coach, a high-quality SMART point guard, and a supportive team, I think he could reach his potential. Feel free to bash me for it.
    If you want JaVale, you're gonna have to do a whole lot better than 3 years at $8 mill per. If the last few free agencies have taught us anything, it's that at least one team will be desperate enough to give him a contract over $50 mill.

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    no free agency this year please...just wait patiently to when the Cavs need the last piece to push them over the top...PATIENCE....ps-Harden is the only guy I give the max too

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    I've been on board with making a big run at Lopez. Fits well next to Thompson and you're set at C (a very tough position to fill) with an already proven player for the next decade since he's still just 24.

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    Hibbert for sure but Lopez or Asik aren't bad options either

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuck View Post
    Ilyasova is unrestricted (different conditions than some of the folks who can be given a qualifying offer). He's going to be expensive. He also has said he may go play overseas (Turkey, his home country) if the money is right.
    You are correct. I thought I saw a little star next to his name here: http://www.hoopsworld.com/2012-nba-free-agents.
    I read about him mabey going back to Turkey also.

    How much do you think he will get? Not sure what price point I would go to. A floor spacing big who can rebound to pair with Tristan and Andy, would be a good fit to replace Jamison. Per 36 this year he is a 16.5 and 11.5 boards and he is shooting 42% from three. Basically a better rebounding/better shooting/better defending/younger Jamison.

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