LeBron signed that contract for more money in the future and for flexibility if it's needed. I don't believe he will leave Cleveland again.
He shot 46% from 3 last year and played all 82 games. Also brings playoff experience and veteran presence at a discount. Broussard said he had better offers.
305, what is your twitter @ name? If you don't mind.
If he stays in minnesota then it will be because he has stated that he WILL opt out. And no problem.
His contract is up in 2016. If the cavs trade for him this year, the cavs can ask him to opt into his contract to count 15 mil against the cap instead of a max contract.
I watched them play in the summer league last night and parker looks good, but really fatigued. Wiggins looked very good defensively and had a couple plays he WOULD have made if kyrie or lebron had the ball coming up the court. Also outscored parker, and bennett had something around 15 points and 8 rebounds.
Also a possibility the cavs trade for him and ask him to opt in to count less against the cap next year to bring in more talent. Just a thought.
Broussard tweeted lebron won't have anymore meetings with any other teams. Not looking good right now.
I agree. Either the cavs have to pull something off soon or i think he's miami bound. Even though i don't think they will win a title with bosh and wade back. They will need somebody like gasol to put them over the top and good bench players, which they won't have money for.
Chris broussard said he had a meeting with nike today and is meeting with riley tomorrow.
Did you see something that I didn't?
The weasel's up north.
'Stoops drives a minivan' Lmao.
100% agree. The o-line will be stacked. Plenty of talent in the backfield. And whether everyone wants to agree or not, the Browns will figure out how to distribute the ball to the recievers. All they have to do is catch. Defense will be business as usual, but with the offense eating up clock with the running game i fully expect this to be a top 5-7 defense this year. If not better.
If the browns can win 3-5of those games and get Gordon back they could be in line to make a run at the playoffs. Just have to rely on guys not dropping the ball, the run game, and defense. Once he comes back, everything opens back up offensively. And i'm also really not convinced that hawkins, cameron, bennett, austin, and whoever else they pick up will be terrible this year. These guys will be looking to improve stock for contract years coming up.
Alot of Browns fans, including myself are also worried about that same thing. But iirc if/when he gets a one-year ban his contract freezes. So if he gets the whole suspension this year he'll still have 2 years on his contract if/when he returns. A bit of silver lining in what would be a bad situation.
I completely agree they should atleast read into it. Because he has made stupid decisions up to this point in his football career. But trading away a guy who lead the league in yards last year sounds like a really stupid decision IMO. Especially when you still have him under a rookie deal and with an extension coming up (possibly) that you could legitimately pay him alot less money on because of his suspension problems.
I don't think you trade away a talent like that. In reality, he's possibly the best reciever in the league tied with calvin johnson and aj green, just based on what we've seen and his potential. Josh Gordon has the physical ability to be the #1 reciever anywhere in the NFL for 10 years. Just needs to put it together. Also, he's not getting paid a ton of money. Thanks for the reply, would upvote if i could.
Krayzie Bone tweeted at him after he got drafted.
The guy has always had the physical tools just needs to put it together mentally.
I agree. Plus add another 3rd - 4th round pick to pick up potential starters or add fire power to try to trade ahead of arizona for carr to make sure they get him.