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04-25-2011, 11:28 PM
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Based on what I am reading, for essentially almost the same 2011 money, we can either keep Wolski or buyout Wolski and have the savings pay for whatever Drury's buyout would cost, and then have a net cap savings of about $3.5 million.

This is wonderful! This is exactly the type of news I need to get me fired up for a good offseason.

Exact math:
Buyout Wolski
2011-12: $466,667
2012-13: $666,667
Buyout Drury
2011-12: $3,716,667
2012-13: $1,666,667

(Total 2011 cap hit of both players =$4,183,334)


Pay Wolski - $3,800,000.

I'm a fan of the idea of paying $4,183,334 instead of $10,850,000 in combined dollars for those 2 guys and having $6.67 Million open to do what we need with. Loving this.

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