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Jun 8
2009
9:18 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The mid-level exception is the only guaranteed tool a team over the salary cap has at its disposal to upgrade through free agency. Sometimes, it can be used to land a difference maker. Other times, teams use it year after year, and dig their hole deeper and deeper (Ahem, Isiah, are you listening?). After the jump, we'll try to nail down which players could possibly be had for the MLE.
Mar 2
2009
10:55 AM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. The Kings bought out the remainder of Drew Gooden's contract and the Thunder bought out Joe Smith's last night before the 11:59 p.m. deadline. Both players will be playoff-eligible for whoever signs them. Most likely, Smith will head to Cleveland and see significant playing time in Ben Wallace's absence (Wallace is out with a broken leg).
Feb 26
2009
4:38 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Dean H., a season-ticket holder and reader here, attended a lunch with Ed Stefanski earlier today. Here's his report from the Q&A session Stefanski had with the loyal fans.
Nov 13
2008
12:16 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. According to Joel Sherman, the Yanks won't waste any time in their pursuit of C.C. Sabathia. Sherman pegs their initial offer at $150M/6 years and thinks that could be only the starting point. Sherman says they'll submit their first...
Nov 12
2008
11:08 AM

by Brian
7
Click for full story. According to Impacto Deportivo, the Yanks have signed Damaso Marte to a three-year, $12M deal. The link (and translation) comes via MLB Trade Rumors.If true, it's a good move for the Yanks this season, but I disagree with the logic...
Oct 14
2008
12:38 PM

by Brian
8
Click for full story. I've taken a couple of weeks to gain some perspective on this team. I've read all the rumors and the opinions out there as to what the Yanks should do for 2009 and now I'm ready to put pen to...
Sep 30
2008
3:24 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. Just like last year, I'm going to break the Yankees offseason down in several posts over the coming days, weeks and months. We'll get the ball rolling with a look at the Yankee free agents. For each guy we'll go...
Sep 2
2008
2:47 AM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. Phil Jasner has the scoop. It looks like Donyell Marshall will join Kareem Rush as a shooter off the bench for the Sixers.The rumor is a one-year deal for $1.26M (veteran's minimum). Marshall is a career 34.8% shooter from downtown,...
Aug 19
2008
2:38 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. The last time the Sixers acquired Theo Ratliff, it was the impetus for a run to the finals. Ratliff was traded to the Sixers from the Pistons, along with Aaron McKie, for Jerry Stackhouse. That move broke up probably the...
Aug 19
2008
1:10 PM

by Brian
8
Click for full story. The short answer seems to be yes to Joe Horn, and no to Boldin.The Falcons cut Joe Horn, who has been trying to find a way out of town all Summer. The question is, would he be an upgrade to...
Aug 13
2008
11:10 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Inquirer has the scoop (thanks to Joe for the link). It looks like 6 years/$80M with another $5M in incentives and the 6th season is a player option. A hefty price, but again, the Sixers had to get it...
Aug 12
2008
8:13 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Well, the waiting is over. For all intents and purposes, our roster is set. ESPN.com is reporting the Sixers and Andre Iguodala have agreed on a 6-year, $80M extension.Too much money? Probably. We've gone over that time and time again....
Latest comment: from Joe
Done deal... link...
Aug 7
2008
1:41 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Over the past twenty-four hours I've read just about every forum thread, blog post, article and comment on the Andre Iguodala situation and there seems to be a common theme regarding the rumored 5 year/$72.6M contract he may or may...
Aug 6
2008
12:42 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Phillyburbs.com has a brief piece on the Iguodala situation. The key point seems to be that Iguodala's contract wouldn't put the Sixers over the luxury tax threshold.At the end of the story, the writer quotes sources as saying they're close...
Aug 6
2008
11:32 AM

by Brian
7
Click for full story. Alonzo Mourning and Grant Hill are the first guys who come to mind when I think about stars of years past making comebacks after injuries. It was improbable that either would ever contribute heavy minutes, let alone solid numbers, after...
Latest comment: from Terry
Funny stuff...
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