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Weber signed to offer sheet (TSN: 14 yrs, $110m, cap hit $7.8m per yr.) Part 2
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07-20-2012, 06:46 PM
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Sure, but as much as they may say, all Nashville has to do is say "we will match". Then they will have full control over what to do with him, be it keep him for 14 years or trade him where they want a year later. The agents aren't doing him any favours by saying he wants out because it's no longer his choice and there will be pressure on him this season because his image will be tarnished.
Why pay 25% of his total salary in 11 months to trade him, that is the worst option no matter what the return is ( which would be massive)
Any CBA experts, say Weber signs in Nash, gets his 12 mill that day, then holds out. Since 60 mill is in signing bonuses, is he not entitled to all that money whether he plays or not ? All that he would lose is the salary due to him that year. The 60 mill is all just for signing and Nash or Philly has to pay ?
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