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Lakers4ItAll
08-08-2009, 02:29 PM
What players that will have expiring contracts after the 09/10 season do you think will get traded before the deadline? There are alot of big names that might help a team thru the playoffs.

Heres a list of top FA
Joe Johnson
Ray Allen
Manu Ginobili
Marcus Camby
Tracey McGrady
Shaquille O'Neal
Brad Miller
Stephen Jackson
Jermaine O'Neal
Mike Miller
Rip Hamilton

Heres a list of FA that can opt out after in 2010

Yao Ming (owed 17.7 million in 10/11)
Amare Stoudamire (owed 17.7 million in 10/11)
LeBron James (owed 17.2 million in 10/11)
Dwayne Wade (owed 17.0 million in 10/11)
Chris Bosh (owed 17.1 million in 10/11)
Dirk Nowitzki (owed $21.5 million in 10/11)
Josh Howard (owed $11.8 million in 10/11)
Mike Redd (owed $18.3 million in 10/11)
Tyson Chandler (owed $12.8 million in 10/11)

FlakeyFool
08-08-2009, 02:32 PM
I think Bosh will. Only if the raps aren't doing so well. But if they do well, I see them signing and trading him at the end of the year.

dre1990
08-08-2009, 02:38 PM
Rip Hamilton

Mavrix
08-08-2009, 02:44 PM
Erick Dampier's fat expiring contract

arkanian215
08-08-2009, 02:45 PM
expirings:
Rafer Alston
Tony Battie
Bobby Simmons?
Jarvis Hayes?
owed little over the next few years:
Eddie Najera?
Keyon Dooling?

arkanian215
08-08-2009, 02:46 PM
it's not expiring. he has a not fully guaranteed year for 2010-11. i dont see why people keep thinking he does...

Lakers4ItAll
08-08-2009, 02:59 PM
I can see Camby McGrady or Brad Miller getting traded

AntwanN21
08-08-2009, 03:06 PM
too early to tell.............

If the raps are struggling you can consider bosh gone.
If Miami is in position to go over the top i can see them moving J.O's expiring for another key piece.
If T-mac doesnt come out huge he is as good as gone(huge expiring)

Rip Hamilton will not work well with Ben Gordon so i can see him being moved.

Also Boozer will be traded also.

Mavrix
08-08-2009, 03:07 PM
it's not expiring. he has a not fully guaranteed year for 2010-11. i dont see why people keep thinking he does...

Please do some re-search before you post, especially if you're not entirely sure.

http://www.dallasbasketball.com/fullArchiveColumn.php?id=1896&yr=2009

AntwanN21
08-08-2009, 03:07 PM
sorry didnt read the instructions

THE MTL
08-08-2009, 03:53 PM
CARLOS BOOZER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and probi Chris Bosh

tland22
08-08-2009, 04:29 PM
TMAC will come out like a BEAST, and Houston wont trade him.

slack_justin
08-08-2009, 09:25 PM
as a piston fan i would say maybe prince because we have 2 rooks that can replace him as for rip im not sure since we got rid of arron afflalo who btw will be a very good player and a starter soon. t-mac if anyone will take him.

blazerman
08-08-2009, 09:55 PM
TMAC will come out like a BEAST, and Houston wont trade him.

Im pretty sure the Houston Rockets have already purchased 29 plane tickets with TMac's name on them (or greyhound tickets :smoking:) and one will be cashed in by february.

KH12
08-08-2009, 09:58 PM
:pray: Tyrus Thomas :pray:

jimbobjarree
08-08-2009, 10:20 PM
lol rip hamilton has like 4 years left on his deal..what you talking about?

and the most boring trade saga of the summer in Boozer, and you dont got him on there?

edit: s-jax also has some long *** deal, he aint no expiring

LifeAboveTheRim
08-09-2009, 02:27 AM
Not just because I'm a Knicks fan, but I really believe some clubs that are feeling the hurt from the "recession" are going to want to trade with NY for some of their expiring contracts.

Expiring the end of this coming season:
Larry Hughes ($13,655,268)
Al Harrington ($10,026,875)
Darko Milicic ($7,500,000)
Chris Duhon ($6,031,800)
and of course, the retired
Cuttino Mobley ($9,500,000) which is mostly covered by insurance, huge asset for the Knicks as a trading chip.

There is also the fat contracts of Eddy Curry and Jared Jefferies, who both have player options for 2010/2011 season. I don't see either player opting out, but if the ever creative Donnie Walsh can figure out a deal by trade deadline where he can package at least one of these guys with an expiring(s), the summer of 2010 in NYC is going to be extremely exciting.

***Not to forget it looks as if Nate Robinson and David Lee might be signing one year contracts back with NY, so they can become unrestricted free agents at the end of the season. I am certain that a contender might take a strong look at DLee, not so much so on Robinson.

Draco
08-09-2009, 02:36 AM
Not just because I'm a Knicks fan, but I really believe some clubs that are feeling the hurt from the "recession" are going to want to trade with NY for some of their expiring contracts.

Chicago can play that game too.

Miller $12,250,000
James $6,600,000
Tim Thomas $6,466,600

jazzfan4life
08-09-2009, 02:51 AM
boozer and tmac

Toenail Clipper
08-09-2009, 02:54 AM
Camby for rip hamilton!
Please:pray::pray::pray::pray::pray::pray::pray:

tbo41fan
08-09-2009, 03:09 AM
Chicago can play that game too.

Miller $12,250,000
James $6,600,000
Tim Thomas $6,466,600

Didnt we release him?

tbo41fan
08-09-2009, 03:13 AM
unless you meant Tyrus

Tyrus, Miller, Deng 2nd rounder for Amare and Richardson

Rose/Hinrich/Pargo
Richardson/Pargo/Hinrich
Salmons/ JJ
Amare/ Taj
Noah/Gray

Dang.....

JOSKOMANG4
08-09-2009, 01:00 PM
What players that will have expiring contracts after the 09/10 season do you think will get traded before the deadline? There are alot of big names that might help a team thru the playoffs.

Heres a list of top FA
Joe Johnson Signs with NY Knicks in 2010
Ray AllenResigns with Celtics; will retire a celtic
Manu Ginobili Resigns with S.A. for less money
Marcus Camby
Tracey McGrady Miami missed out on odom.. they trade J'Oneal to Houston for Mcgrady.. Mcgrady(if healthy) and wade.. nice 1-2 punch in the lineup.
Shaquille O'Neal Wouldn't be surprised if he signs with NJ Nets to end his career.. just throwing that out there.
Brad Millermight go back to Sacramento
Stephen Jacksonhe isn't a free agent after the season.. signed an extension two years ago.
Jermaine O'Neal Miami missed out on odom.. they trade J'Oneal to Houston for Mcgrady.. Mcgrady(if healthy) and wade.. nice 1-2 punch in the lineup.
Mike Millerwill go to a florida team in the 2010 season ; possibly Orlando for the Vets minimal
Rip HamiltonI would love to see rip stay in Detriot.. but I honestly believe he'll be moved if Detriot falls out of the race.. I wouldn't be surprised if he's package in a deal to acquire Amare from Phx

Heres a list of FA that can opt out after in 2010

Yao Ming (owed 17.7 million in 10/11)dude is staying
Amare Stoudamire (owed 17.7 million in 10/11)will be traded. i have detroit as my sleeper
LeBron James (owed 17.2 million in 10/11)he's gonna resign with Cleveland for 20 mill a season
Dwayne Wade (owed 17.0 million in 10/11)I'll be the 1st, well maybe 1st 2 say it.. he'll sign with the bulls.. wade and rose in the backcourt.. WOW
Chris Bosh (owed 17.1 million in 10/11)PPl won't agree.. but i think bosh might stay in Toronto... the only thing is hey may go to Houston.. jsut throwing that out there
Dirk Nowitzki (owed $21.5 million in 10/11)resigns with Dallas
Josh Howard (owed $11.8 million in 10/11)I have Howard goin to the east coast.. Possibly Nets or Knicks
Mike Redd (owed $18.3 million in 10/11)If cleveland want's lebron to say.. I say trade BigZ, D-west, and 2010 2nd rd pick to Milwaukee for Michael Redd... Starting lineup C) Shaq PF)A.V. SF) Lebron SG) Redd PG) Mo Williams
Tyson Chandler (owed $12.8 million in 10/11)he's gonna make progress this season..... he either may resign with charlotte or go to Dallas or OKC

JOSKOMANG4
08-09-2009, 01:02 PM
Just saw some1's post about CHicago getting Amare.. WOW...

Lets say they not only trade for Amare.. but they also get Wade in 2010..

C) Noah
PF) Amare
SF) T.Gibson
SG) Wade
PG) Rose

6th man) Hinrich.

JOSKOMANG4
08-09-2009, 01:03 PM
Not just because I'm a Knicks fan, but I really believe some clubs that are feeling the hurt from the "recession" are going to want to trade with NY for some of their expiring contracts.

Expiring the end of this coming season:
Larry Hughes ($13,655,268)
Al Harrington ($10,026,875)
Darko Milicic ($7,500,000)
Chris Duhon ($6,031,800)
and of course, the retired
Cuttino Mobley ($9,500,000) which is mostly covered by insurance, huge asset for the Knicks as a trading chip.

There is also the fat contracts of Eddy Curry and Jared Jefferies, who both have player options for 2010/2011 season. I don't see either player opting out, but if the ever creative Donnie Walsh can figure out a deal by trade deadline where he can package at least one of these guys with an expiring(s), the summer of 2010 in NYC is going to be extremely exciting.

***Not to forget it looks as if Nate Robinson and David Lee might be signing one year contracts back with NY, so they can become unrestricted free agents at the end of the season. I am certain that a contender might take a strong look at DLee, not so much so on Robinson.

I honestly believe the Knicks will resign Lee.. and in 2010.. they'll sign Joe Johnson and possibly.. just maybe...... well who knows ha

Jays Claw
08-09-2009, 01:28 PM
I can see Marcus Camby and his expiring contract on the move.

b_rad23
08-09-2009, 01:37 PM
Just saw some1's post about CHicago getting Amare.. WOW...

Lets say they not only trade for Amare.. but they also get Wade in 2010..

C) Noah
PF) Amare
SF) T.Gibson
SG) Wade
PG) Rose

6th man) Hinrich.

Let's say they trade for Amare, sign Wade, Kobe and Lebron to minimum deals, trade Jerome James for Kevin Durant and trade Noah for Dwight straight up....

Rose (obviously the best player on the team)
Wade
Lebron
Amare
Dwight

6th man:Durant

WOW! That's a little better than the Bulls team this year even...

akagiredsuns
08-09-2009, 01:44 PM
Chicago can play that game too.

Miller $12,250,000
James $6,600,000
Tim Thomas $6,466,600

Where have you been? MARS? Tim Thomas signed with Dallas 2 weeks ago.

http://www.insidehoops.com/blog/?p=4633

JordansBulls
08-09-2009, 02:18 PM
Bosh to Chicago.

IndiansFan337
08-09-2009, 02:55 PM
What players that will have expiring contracts after the 09/10 season do you think will get traded before the deadline? There are alot of big names that might help a team thru the playoffs.

Heres a list of top FA
Joe Johnson
Ray Allen
Manu Ginobili
Marcus Camby
Tracey McGrady
Shaquille O'Neal
Brad Miller
Stephen Jackson
Jermaine O'Neal
Mike Miller
Rip Hamilton

Heres a list of FA that can opt out after in 2010

Yao Ming (owed 17.7 million in 10/11)
Amare Stoudamire (owed 17.7 million in 10/11)
LeBron James (owed 17.2 million in 10/11)
Dwayne Wade (owed 17.0 million in 10/11)
Chris Bosh (owed 17.1 million in 10/11)
Dirk Nowitzki (owed $21.5 million in 10/11)
Josh Howard (owed $11.8 million in 10/11)
Mike Redd (owed $18.3 million in 10/11)
Tyson Chandler (owed $12.8 million in 10/11)

Didn't Rip Hamilton just sign an extension last season right before the Pistons dealt Billups?

I don't think that Howard, Redd, Chandler, and possibly even Yao and Dirk will opt out. They won't be able to get more per year on the open market. Yao might possibly opt out if his recovery is going well & if he wants long term security. But then again, I think it's be kind of crazy to give him a long term contract after this season.

Jays Claw
08-09-2009, 03:03 PM
Bosh to Chicago.

That is one funny opinion! :laugh2:

itsripcity32
08-09-2009, 03:03 PM
Bosh to Chicago.

lol

njnets
08-09-2009, 03:06 PM
i see a team trading their young player with great upside for a proven veteran to put them over the top and become a better playoff team. basically, they are just renting the player for the playoffs.