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View Full Version : The Heat should try to sign Shaun Livingston.



NYKnickFanatic
08-09-2008, 03:51 PM
They should take a chance on him.

I like him a lot.

greek miami hea
08-09-2008, 04:09 PM
http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/players/profile?statsId=3821
i think that both chalmers and banks could make better numbers.but if there was a trade involving him i would welcome him so i will vote yes

DQL
08-10-2008, 02:18 PM
Ok let's not talk about his knee or his horrible shooting, but where is the money. The Clippers renounced his right so S&T is impossible.

MiamiHeat
08-10-2008, 02:22 PM
How much money we got left?, after signing Diawara

dimgim
08-10-2008, 02:25 PM
There is no money left...but Livingston if healthy would be a huge pickup cuz the kid has got mad skillz.

jdricks
08-10-2008, 02:40 PM
This would be a nice little upgrade at the pg positon. He plays defence and brings energy. He would match up well against the smaller pg and dominant them on the block. His career numbers are pretty good and i like him. He has a lot of potential and with this team we would dominant.

daleja424
08-10-2008, 04:33 PM
There is no money left...but Livingston if healthy would be a huge pickup cuz the kid has got mad skillz.

There is still the Bi-annual exception that we havent spent yet. It is valued at 1.91 Mil per year. Since we didnt use it last year we can use it this year...


BI-ANNUAL EXCEPTION -- This exception was previously named the "$1 Million exception" (perhaps "misnamed" is more appropriate, since it was only valued at $1 million in 1998-99). It may be used to sign any free agent to a contract starting at the following amounts:

2005-06 $1.67 million
2006-07 $1.75 million
2007-08 $1.83 million
2008-09 $1.91 million
2009-10 $1.99 million
2010-11 $2.08 million
2011-12 $2.18 million

This exception may not be used two years in a row (and if the $1 Million exception was used in 2004-05, the Bi-Annual exception may not be used in 2005-06). It may be split and given to more than one player, and can be used to sign players for up to two years, with raises limited to 8%. Also see question number 20 for more information on the availability and use of this exception.

fins08
08-11-2008, 08:09 AM
I say yes, but he would want more money

CaleX(RR)MIA™
08-11-2008, 11:32 AM
i voted yea