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04-05-2013, 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by HANDZ 57 View Post
I could see the RFA camps prefering a 2 year bridge deal, to let the cap get back up to around 70 million, before asking for the higher dollar contracts. But long term "safety net" type deals seem to be the go-to in today's game. Will agents convince their players to take the risk on 2 year deals?
I wouldn't say they'd be convincing them, but I think it will be viewed pretty favourably by the players camp.

If the cap grows by 5% annually (it averaged almost 7.5% annually last CBA) then the cap will be only just over $66m going into the 2015/16 season. But with the rumours that Phoenix could be on the move as early as this summer, then it is safe to assume it will be a good bit higher than that.

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