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Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

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Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Xezus on Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:24 am

Bids Remaining: 3
Age:25
NBA Years: 7
Contract Years:5
Total Contract: 50
Option: no
Structure:
1) $12M 2) $11M 3) $10M 
4) $9M 5) $8M

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Dalpsar on Tue Aug 26, 2014 5:01 pm

Seems like a legit contract Smile

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Xezus on Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:11 pm

Just be ready for your cash to be tied up for 72 hours. 24 hrs. To win the bid and 48  more til I "decide"  Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by MistaDuMa on Tue Aug 26, 2014 10:18 pm

@Xezus wrote:Just be ready for your cash to be tied up for 72 hours. 24 hrs. To win the bid and 48  more til I "decide"  Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

Trust me, this doesn't stop people from bidding lol I tried it last year with Aldridge

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by DmanofGod1 on Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:17 am

lol there is so much money in the league

Durant is gonna get maxed. Foolish to expect otherwise.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by HELLFISH on Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:39 am

@DmanofGod1 wrote:lol there is so much money in the league

Durant is gonna get maxed.  Foolish to expect otherwise.

Yup. be ready for the 5 years $125, but if anyone worth it, it's Durant.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Guest on Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:44 am

If he were slick, he'd have done like 5/100 just to try seeing if he could get a mini discount.

This bid he did ensures that people have to raise n jeopardize their cash being tied up.

Had he done, 20 per, or 21/22ish, then maybe people feel like they don't want their cash tied up.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by DmanofGod1 on Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:52 am

Eh, I think a lot of the RFA qualifying offers have been ridiculous. 

Greg Monroe was crap last year but I gave him 6 mil a year cuz he's still young and maybe might get away from Detroit some day.

But the 5 mil offers for John Wall, James Harden, Ty Lawson and Cousins...genuine top 25, top 50 players are insulting and will only encourage everyone to bid on them.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Guest on Wed Aug 27, 2014 11:09 am

Imagine OKC telling Durant, "So yea, here's this $50mil/5 year offer. If you get something else, we'll match. Otherwise, you're ours for 50/5."

The fans, the media, and ESPN would continually make fun of them!

On an unrelated note, it's funny that Under Armor may pay Durant nearly $30mil a year to endorse their gear, while OKC pays him around $20 or so to play for them. He's more beholden to UA than OKC!

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by MistaDuMa on Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:07 pm

There's a limit to what OKC can pay him but there's no limit to what UA can pay him.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by HELLFISH on Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:36 pm

@DmanofGod1 wrote:Eh, I think a lot of the RFA qualifying offers have been ridiculous. 

Greg Monroe was crap last year but I gave him 6 mil a year cuz he's still young and maybe might get away from Detroit some day.

But the 5 mil offers for John Wall, James Harden, Ty Lawson and Cousins...genuine top 25, top 50 players are insulting and will only encourage everyone to bid on them.

HA HA HA, i figure when my cash is tied up on other RFA bid, why not tie up other GM $$$, love playing this game!

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Guest on Wed Aug 27, 2014 2:15 pm

@MistaDuMa wrote:There's a limit to what OKC can pay him but there's no limit to what UA can pay him.

True. I just think it's funny. 

Durant def going to Wash when he's a FA in 2 yrs.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Dalpsar on Wed Aug 27, 2014 2:18 pm

Is the UA deal done? If so then I would raise the odds of him coming here from 25% to 50%. The UA executives are going to be in his ear all the time.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by HELLFISH on Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:26 pm

@Dalpsar wrote:Is the UA deal done? If so then I would raise the odds of him coming here from 25% to 50%. The UA executives are going to be in his ear all the time.

Not done deal Nike has a certain amount of time to Macth UA offer sheet.

and saying he going to WASH because of the UA deal (UA Based in WASH) is like say every Nike Guy will be going to play in Portland. BHAAAAAAAA.

unless there some under the table shady CHET WINK WINK we give you this much for the promise that you will sign with the such team.


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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Dalpsar on Wed Aug 27, 2014 6:29 pm

Oh yeah? Tell me how many NBA players are from Portland that can get shoe endorsement deals? Of those, how many of them get a contract so large that the shoe company actually pays them more than their NBA salary? Thai, please feel to chime in, but I think the answer is close to zero. 

Also, I never said he is going to Washington. I say the odds just went up, if he signs with UA. 50% doesn't mean he is going IMO, it is a split. Maybe I made those odds too high, but if you think that his odds aren't higher because he signs with UA, then I suggest reading some articles about this deal on the web.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Guest on Wed Aug 27, 2014 6:36 pm

Well I am saying Washington. Not just for UA. But, he's one of those guys who always talks about his home. I can see him following Lebron's lead to 'go back home' albeit under diff circumstances since LBJ played in CLE before, etc.

But, I believe he has the Nats logo tatted on his stomach/chest if I saw that pic right in an article.

So yea, strong pull to Wash. Especially if OKC doesn't win in the next two years. They avoided the tax n moved Harden, so that kinda stuff has to factor in, imo.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Dalpsar on Wed Aug 27, 2014 6:46 pm

He may think like Lebron as well in regards to winning. If he wins one for OKC, he may think ok I did my job here, time to go home. It can go either way. 

Also, although Westbrook is a better player than Wall. Wall is a better fit for Durant. Wall doesn't hog the ball. He is a pure PG. Saying that, I think Washington with Durant is better than OKC with Durant. The downside with Washington is the management.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by thebarnes23 on Wed Aug 27, 2014 6:52 pm

Can't a Phoenix shoe company just offer him 35m! Come on! Or an Aussie shoe brand and he can come play for the Sydney kings and average 50! Lol.

I think UA have done great. Even if they lose him to Nike now the publicity they've got is phenomenal and its a good deal sure to make them much more money than they are paying. I had never even heard of UA until now and I play ball still and buy shoes to play regularly. I know them now and may buy.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by thebarnes23 on Wed Aug 27, 2014 6:56 pm

As far as where he's going I'm sure he will stay if OKC builds a contender and likely if they don't and keep being cheap and making no moves I'm sure he will leave.

As always it comes down to making your star happy. And at the moment OKC have a pretty poor track record with this. They made a great profit last season and more than many other clubs but still skimp on money and making big moves. They shoulda gone all out on someone like Monroe or paid Meeks to start a SG and hit open 3s, instead they just lost players and not much else. That may change or may not but I reckon that will directly say what Durant does.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by HELLFISH on Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:41 am

Integrity wrote:

So yea, strong pull to Wash. Especially if OKC doesn't win in the next two years. They avoided the tax n moved Harden, so that kinda stuff has to factor in, imo.

Yes this is more of a fact on why he could go to WASH, then him sign a deal with UA

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Xezus on Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:44 am

Joel Embiid will get Durant to sign with Philly via twitter messages....

MCW, Durant, Saric, Noel, Embiid.... lets go! hahaha  and whatever other high pick we get next year.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Guest on Fri Aug 29, 2014 3:52 am

@HELLFISH wrote:
Integrity wrote:

So yea, strong pull to Wash. Especially if OKC doesn't win in the next two years. They avoided the tax n moved Harden, so that kinda stuff has to factor in, imo.

Yes this is more of a fact on why he could go to WASH, then him sign a deal with UA


Well, yea. He's only going to UA for the $$$$$$$$$$.

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by HELLFISH on Mon Sep 08, 2014 4:15 pm

Bids Remaining: 2
Age:25
NBA Years: 7
Contract Years:5
Total Contract: 125
Option: N
Structure:
1) $25M 2) $25M 3) $25M
4) $25M 5) $25M

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by ford15qb on Mon Sep 08, 2014 6:32 pm

Bids Remaining: 2
Age:25
NBA Years: 7
Contract Years:5
Total Contract: 125
Option: N
Structure:
1) $25M 2) $25M 3) $25M
4) $25M 5) $25M

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by Xezus on Tue Sep 09, 2014 8:58 pm

I will match, and give Canton his 25 mil back for more bidding =)

I receive a discount of 5% which is 1.25 mil off of every year.
23.75/23.75/23.75/23.75/23.75

I would like to restructure that to 25/23.75/23.75/23.75/22.5

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Re: Kevin Durant (OKC-SF) RFA - Type B

Post by ford15qb on Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:00 pm

Thanks

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