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    Default wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    I got the first ten Teams started. Ill list the other ten later. of course ill revise at the end of season
    Bubble protected picks are noted.
    estimated Team Salaries for 2012-2013 are included.
    Notable Free Agents are listed. I did not list the min free agents
    Players listed as signed have multiple years. some listed may be have options the following year.

    The Idea is too get a good feel for where teams are at roster wise and what they might be willing to do. The Chart is meant as an overall reference guide to get a better on the fly idea of a teams overall roster situation going into the draft.

    feel free to point out oversights so they can be corrected.

    If you want contract details and such. Realgm, hoopsype and of course realcavsfans are good sources. Also http://storytellerscontracts.com/ for in depth Salary info.

    Estimated salary ranges could indicate either an existing amnesty or with an without options. This is intended to give a good idea of a team base flexibility salary wise.

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    Own 2nd roundCommitted SalaryTeam OptionsPlayer OptionsPlayers SignedRFA'sFree Agents with established salaryExpiring
    CharlotteProtectedOwn43,191,000 to 61.447,0000NoneDeganna Diop, Matt Carroll,Tyrus Thomas, Bismack Biyombo, Kemba Walker, DJ Augustin, DJ WhiteBoris Diaw, Ed Najero, Reggie Williams, Gerald Henderson, BJ Mullens
    WashingtonOwn protected59,097,000NoneNoneNene Hilario, Andray Blatche, John Wall, Jan Vesely, Kevin Seraphin, Chris singleton, Trevor Booker, Jordan CrawfordNone
    Rashard Lewis,
    SacramentoProtectedOwn40,193,000 or/to 46,300,000Tyler Honeycutt, Hassan Whiteside,NoneJohn Salmons, Marcus, Thornton, Francisco Garcia, Chuck Hayes, Tyreke Evans, Demarcu Cousins, Travis Outlaw, Jimmer Fredette. Isiaah ThomasJason Thompson, Donte greene

    New OrleansMinnesota, OwnNone
    36,844,000 to 46,000,000NoneNoneEmeka Okafor, Trvor Ariza, Al Farouq aminue, Jason Smith, Xavier Henry, Gustavo Ayon, Gravus Vasquez,Eric GordonChris Kaman, Carl landryJarret Jack
    ClevelandOwn, LakersNew Orleans, Own45.955.000 or 31,105,000.Daniel GibsonNoneAnderson Varejoa, Kyre Irving Tristan Thompson, Samardo Samuels, Manny Harris,Donald Sloan
    NoneAntawn Jamison, Anthony Parker, Alonzo Gee, Luke Harangody, Semih Erden
    Luke Walton Omri Casspi
    TorontoOwn Indiana, Own45,600,000Solomon AlabiNoneAndrea Bargnani, Amir Johnson, Linus Kleiza, Ed DavisJerryd Bayless
    Jose Calderon, Demar Derozen, James Johnson, Gary Forbes
    New JerseyNone
    None46,160,000Damion JamesDeron Williams. Gerald Wallce, Jordan FarmerMarshon BrooksBrook LopezKris Humprhies, Deshawn StevensonAnthony Morrow, Johan Petro,
    Golden StateSan AntonioNew Jersey55,402,000
    NoneAndrew Bogut, David Lee, Klay Thompson, Adrien Biens, Richard JeffersonBrandon rush
    Stephen Curry, Dorell Wright
    DetroitOwn Houston,Own50,000,000 to 56,500,000Greg Monroe, Austin DayeJason MaxiellBen Gordon, Rodney Stuckey, C Villanueva, Jonas Jerebko, Brandon Knight
    Ben WallaceWill Bynum
    MinnesotaUtah
    protected to Portland 47,000,000
    Martell Webster, Brad Miller, NoneDarko Milicic, JJ Berea, Kevin Love, Derrick Williams, Wesley Johnson, Ricky Rubio, Malcom LeeMichael Beasley, Anthony RandolphAnthony TolliverNikola Pekovic, Martell Webster, Brad Miller, Wayne ellington




    Own 2nd roundCommitted SalaryTeam OptionsPlayer OptionsPlayers SignedRFA'sFree Agents with established salaryExpiring
    PortlandNew Jersey (top 3 protected), OwnMinnesota, Own 32,000,000 or 48,000,00

    Jamal crawford, Shawne Williams
    Lamarcus Alridge, Wesley Matthews, Luke Babbitt, Elliot Williams, Nolan smith
    Nicolas Batum
    JJ Hickson, Hasbith Thabeet, Raymond Felton, Johnny flynn, Kurt Thomas

    MilwaukeeOwn Protected (top 44) 45,000,000
    Shaun Livingston
    Beno Udrih
    Drew Gooden, Luc Mbah Moute, ekp Udoh, Brandon Jennings, Larry Sanders, Monta ellis, Tobias harris

    Kwame brown, Delfino, Ersan Ilyasova?,
    Jon Brockman, Mike Dunleavy
    PhoenixOwn Own to Atlanta 30,,700,000


    Marcin Gortat, Josh Childress, Channing Frye, Hakkim Warrick, Jared Dudley,Markieff Morris

    Steve Nash, Grant Hill, Michael Redd, Shannon Brown
    Robin Lopez
    HoustonNew York
    None30,000,000 to 41,300,000Samuel Dalembart, Patrick Patterson, Chase Budinger
    Luis Scola. Kyle Lowry, Marcus MorrisCourtney Lee,Marcus Camby, gordon DragicKevin Martin,
    PhiladelphiaOwn Memphis, Own 55,956,000

    Elton Brand,Louis Williams
    Andrew Igoudala, Evan Turner, Nikola Vucevic, Thaddeus Young

    Andrew Nocioni, Spencer Hawes, Jodie Meeks, Sam Young, Tony Battie

    UtahGolden State (Top 7 Protected) ,Own 50,000,000
    Jamal Tinsley

    Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter, Gordon Hayward, Alec Burks

    CJ Miles, Josh Howard
    Al Jefferson,devin Harris, Paul Milsap, Raja Bell, Earl Watson,
    New YorkNoneOwn (top 55 Protected) 61,800,000

    JR Smith
    Carmelo anthony, Amare Stoudamire, Tyson Chandler, Iman Shumpert

    Baron Davis, Mike Bibby, Jared Jeffries, Jeremy Lin, Landry Fields, Dan Gadzuric
    Toney Douglas, Jerome Jordan, Josh Harrelson
    DallasProtected








    DenverOwn Golden State , Own






    OrlandoOwn Own








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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    NO doesn't have the Cavs' second round pick. Cavs have their own second rounder plus NO's second rounder (via Miami).

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    pretty sure that means that New orleans 2nd round pick is owned by Cleveland.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Information gets moved inadvertently sometimes when messing with a database. I am more than happy to make corrections on oversights.

    Depending on the lottery Draw . Cavs might be able to wheel and deal with Washington , Sacramento and Minnesota.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Rab is going to be pissed.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Czvosec View Post
    Rab is going to be pissed.
    I cleaned it up a little

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    The Nets no longer will get the Houston pick (since Houston missed the playoffs), so Houston could be added to the chart. They might be a possible trade partner.

    There is an outside chance that NJ could retain their own lottery pick; otherwise Portland could be added -- won't know for sure about this until after the May 30 draft lottery.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Re: the chart. - Didn't the Cavs sign Sloan to a non-guaranteed contract for next year?

    I also don't see 4 draftees on the roster next season. I think the chances of packaging 2 picks to move up are about 80%.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    It's early but I see Minnesota and possibly New Orleans as potential trade targets. Should be interesting to see what kind of moves Grant makes this offseason.

    Personally still love the potential of Derrick Williams and think he would be a great fit with Kyrie. Yes we have TT as our defensive young big but wouldn't mind adding someone like Williams for offense. He's being wasted behind KLove in Minny. If Utah makes the playoffs Minny will also have a pick just outside the lottery. Like the Cavs they really need a wing but there could be several potential trade scenarios with them involving picks.

    Could New Orleans be open to trading their 2nd lottery pick? They will have to give Gordon a huge new contract to keep him. Maybe they could be open to dealing a pick or trading down if some team takes on a bad contract such as Okafor or Ariza?

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tornicade View Post
    I cleaned it up a little
    I was just saying in general, since he's the resident charts/tables guy around here.

    Just joking around.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    I am thinking Portland maybe. Either they could look to move aldridge and start over or they need a right now center. I am thinking they might trade one of thier firsts for Andy and the LA pick. They need to give someone back, but Mathews or Crawford would work financially. They could pick up Marshall or lamb with the first pick, and either Mountie, melo, or ezieli with the lakers pick.
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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    Re: the chart. - Didn't the Cavs sign Sloan to a non-guaranteed contract for next year?

    I also don't see 4 draftees on the roster next season. I think the chances of packaging 2 picks to move up are about 80%.
    the picks are respresented in the first two columns. the salary projections do not factor in the rookie salaries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuck View Post
    The Nets no longer will get the Houston pick (since Houston missed the playoffs), so Houston could be added to the chart. They might be a possible trade partner.

    There is an outside chance that NJ could retain their own lottery pick; otherwise Portland could be added -- won't know for sure about this until after the May 30 draft lottery.
    my chart is the top 20 but i didnt have the roster stuff for the other teams so I had not updated them yet. I went ahead and put the pick list up.. ill fill out the rosters tomorrow.

    I put The houston pick as protected in case houston did not make the playoffs. Ill go through at the end of regular season and finalize whatever bubble picks I can.

    I did list the top 3 protectd for portland but I didnt list yet. they updated now.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Portland, Philly and New York have alot of free agents.
    New york Utah , Minnesota and Toronto are loaded with expiring contracts.

    Washington , Sacramento, Milwaukee have over 8 players signed for the next two years (includes 2nd year options)

    Washington, New York, philly and detroit are limited salary wise. Charlotte has alot of decisions to make.

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    Default Re: wheelers and dealers on Draft day.

    Nice list, good work.

    Anyone have the 2012-13 projections for the NBA Salary Cap?

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