Originally Posted by jeffb
I was just watching NBA tv and Rick Kamla said that often cash considerations means money to buy a draft pick ("it's the going rate"). What does Brian Colangelo plan on doing with the reported 3 million dollars he received?
Options as far as i know(not sure):
Buy a draft pick (ex: Filler/Cash for pick)
Possibly buy someone out with that money (ie: Solomon/Banks?)
Use it in another trade going forward or sign another player?
What are the options on what a team can do with Cash considerations?
Best thing in our case is to use it along with expiring salary to land a player off another team.
ie: Solomon, Joey, Parker and cash considerations(3plus million)
for Richardson and Dudley.(Phoenix is in cut salary mode right now and I think Richardson could be had.
Saves Phoenic a little over 12 million this offseason.)