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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    i could be wrong but I think that only applies to rookie players on rookie deals. I don't think that would apply to Lowry, so I think TOR could give him 5 years and still give Ross or Val a 5 year deal later.
    The Raps can use the designated player provision for one or the other at the end of next season. You can sign a player to an extension after the 3rd year of their contract. The maximum amount of years you can give as an extension for a rookie scale player is 4 years (or 5 years under contract, the last year of his rookie deal plus the 4 year extension). Designated player provision allows you to offer a 5 year extension to a player (or 6 years under contract, last year of rookie deal plus the 5 year extension).

  2. #47
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    Knowing how impatient LAL is, would love for MU to trade for their lottery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freakazoid View Post
    Knowing how impatient LAL is, would love for MU to trade for their lottery.
    Lowry and our pick for Nash and their pick.

  4. #49
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    Quote Originally Posted by BHF View Post
    Lowry and our pick for Nash and their pick.
    Interesting, although they could just wait and sign him. But Nash to Toronto seems like his only destination that remotely makes any sense with his health history right now. Would LAL be able to make a run after that to the late lottery?

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