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06-28-2012, 02:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Chainshot View Post
That's the point. His cap hit is $4.5M but his actual salary is a lot less. Edit -- $2M in real dollars this year, then two years at $4M and then two years at $3.5M. After July 1st, $11M of his entire contract has been paid.
Why would a team want a long-term cap hit at $4.5 million/year for a long-term (contract) player who hasn't performed near his paid value?

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