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Hicks
06-22-2004, 03:19 PM
Found here:
http://www.spursreport.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10448

Mike Rice, Blazer sports announcer, was on Portland KEX radio show, Courtside Monday Night at 6:10 PM PST announced the Charlotte selections tomorrow:

$5.88M Jahidi White, 28, 69, 290 lbs., C, Phoenix Suns
$4.92M Marcus Fizer, 25, 69, 260 lbs., PF, Chicago Bulls
$3.01M Courtney Alexander, 27, 66, 205 lbs., SG, New Orleans Hornets
$2.81M Predraq Drobnjak, 28, 611, 272 lbs., PF, LA Clippers
$1.65M Erick Strickland, 30, 63, 210 lbs., PG, Milwaukee Bucks
$1.38M Troy Bell, 25, 61, 164 lbs., PG, Memphis Grizzlies
$1.38M Gerald Wallace, 21, 215 lbs., SF, Sacramento Kings
$1.12M Juan Dixon, 25, 63, 164 lbs., PG, Washington Wizards
$1.11M Aleksandar Pavlovic, 20, 68, 210 lbs., Utah Jazz
$0.70M JR Bremer, 23, 62, 185 lbs., PG, Golden State Warriors
$0.62M Jason Kapono, 23, 68, 213 lbs., SG, Cleveland Caveliers

That's only 11, Bobcats need to take 3 more players.

Kstat
06-22-2004, 03:20 PM
White, Pavolovic and Dribinjak are all GUARENTEED picks via trade, so that list may be accurate.

Suaveness
06-22-2004, 03:23 PM
That really isn't a bad lineup there.

Wallace, 1st round pick, pavlovic, dixon...not bad.

And brewer or PB

Kstat
06-22-2004, 03:24 PM
That really isn't a bad lineup there.

Wallace, 1st round pick, pavlovic, dixon...not bad.

Pavlovic is being traded to Cleveland right after the draft. I forget who for.

Suaveness
06-22-2004, 03:25 PM
That really isn't a bad lineup there.

Wallace, 1st round pick, pavlovic, dixon...not bad.

Pavlovic is being traded to Cleveland right after the draft. I forget who for.

Really? He would be a good person to keep if I were Charlotte...then again, maybe they are getting something good in return.

MSA2CF
06-22-2004, 03:26 PM
I thought their draft was tonight, Hicks. :confused:

Suaveness
06-22-2004, 03:28 PM
I thought their draft was tonight, Hicks. :confused:


No...they turned in their picks to the league at 12 today.

Kstat
06-22-2004, 03:30 PM
That really isn't a bad lineup there.

Wallace, 1st round pick, pavlovic, dixon...not bad.

Pavlovic is being traded to Cleveland right after the draft. I forget who for.

Really? He would be a good person to keep if I were Charlotte...then again, maybe they are getting something good in return.

Ok, I remember now, it was for a future 1st-round pick.

The Bobcats are getting the same thing from the Suns in return for them drafting Jahidi White.

Hicks
06-22-2004, 03:32 PM
I thought their draft was tonight, Hicks. :confused:


No...they turned in their picks to the league at 12 today.

Either way, I belive this report (if true) is saying who they'd decided to pick, even if it hadn't officially happened yet.

Will Galen
06-22-2004, 03:35 PM
Found here:
http://www.spursreport.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10448

Mike Rice, Blazer sports announcer, was on Portland KEX radio show, Courtside Monday Night at 6:10 PM PST announced the Charlotte selections tomorrow:

$5.88M Jahidi White, 28, 69, 290 lbs., C, Phoenix Suns
$4.92M Marcus Fizer, 25, 69, 260 lbs., PF, Chicago Bulls
$3.01M Courtney Alexander, 27, 66, 205 lbs., SG, New Orleans Hornets
$2.81M Predraq Drobnjak, 28, 611, 272 lbs., PF, LA Clippers
$1.65M Erick Strickland, 30, 63, 210 lbs., PG, Milwaukee Bucks
$1.38M Troy Bell, 25, 61, 164 lbs., PG, Memphis Grizzlies
$1.38M Gerald Wallace, 21, 215 lbs., SF, Sacramento Kings
$1.12M Juan Dixon, 25, 63, 164 lbs., PG, Washington Wizards
$1.11M Aleksandar Pavlovic, 20, 68, 210 lbs., Utah Jazz
$0.70M JR Bremer, 23, 62, 185 lbs., PG, Golden State Warriors
$0.62M Jason Kapono, 23, 68, 213 lbs., SG, Cleveland Caveliers

That's only 11, Bobcats need to take 3 more players.

The Bobcats GM said they may take as many as 18 players. Their cap is around $29 to 30 million. Those players add up to $24.58 million.

Their line up breaks down thus-

PF's.....2 One if you count Drobnjak.
SF's.....2 counting Pavlovic
C's......1 Two if you count Drobnjak.
PG's.....4
SG's....2

I can't see them taking ziggy. They already have 4 point guards. I would say Brezac or Jones in that order.

Will Galen
06-22-2004, 03:38 PM
Anybody know how many of those guys are restricted free agents?

Slick Pinkham
06-22-2004, 03:43 PM
Anybody know how many of those guys are restricted free agents?

Bremer and Kapono, I think.

our master list from earlier:

Atlanta
Alan Henderson - $7,682,188 $8,273,125

Boston
Chucky Atkins - $3,900,000 $4,200,000 $4,500,000
Ernest Brown - $56,367
Brandon Hunter - $366,931 $620,046*
Jumaine Jones - $1,500,000 $1,687,500 $1,875,000
Michael Stewart - $4,480,000 $4,800,000

Chicago
Antonio Davis - $12,000,000 $12,000,000 $13,000,000
Ronald Dupree - $228,312
Marcus Fizer - $3,726,994 $4,915,905
Scottie Pippen - $4,917,000 $5,408,700
Eddie Robinson - $6,246,960 $6,767,540 $7,288,120
Jerome Williams - $5,400,000 $5,600,000 $6,075,000 $6,425,000 $7,050,000

Cleveland
Ruben Boumtje Boumtje - $638,679
Jason Kapono - $366,931
Ira Newble - $2,431,183 $2,704,350 $2,950,200 $3,196,050 $3,441,900
Kevin Ollie - $2,458,500 $2,704,350 $2,950,200 $3,196,050 $3,441,900

Dallas
Tariq Abdul-Wahad - $6,187,500 $6,750,000 $7,312,500 $7,875,000
Tony Delk - $2,925,000 $3,150,000 $3,375,000
Danny Fortson - $5,247,619 $5,922,078 $6,415,584 $6,909,091
Antoine Walker - $13,500,000 $14,625,000

Denver
Jeff Trepagnier - $638,679 $720,046

Golden State
J.R. Bremer - $169,104
Evan Eschmeyer - $2,800,000 $3,103,800 $3,407,600 $3,711,400
Popeye Jones - $1,070,000

Houston
Adrian Griffin - $688,679 $807,546
Eric Piatkowski - $2,458,500 $2,704,350 $2,950,200
Maurice Taylor - $7,800,000 $8,450,000 $9,100,000 $9,750,000

Indiana
Jamison Brewer - $638,679
Primoz Brezec - $861,600 $1,554,326 $2,305,066
Austin Croshere - $7,610,000 $8,260,000 $8,910,000 $9,560,000
Anthony Johnson - $813,679 $932,546
James Jones - $366,931 $620,046
Scot Pollard - $5,309,563 $5,792,250 $6,274,937

LA Clippers
Matt Barnes - $216,082
Keyon Dooling - $2,256,444 $3,073,277
Predrag Drobnjak - $2,500,000 $2,812,500 $3,125,000 $3,437,500
Eddie House - $775,000 $825,000
Josh Moore - $366,931

Memphis
Troy Bell - $1,285,440 $1,381,920 $1,478,280 $2,267,681 $3,186,092
Ryan Humphrey - $1,143,360 $1,223,160 $1,883,666 $2,686,108
Dahntay Jones - $1,063,680 $1,143,360 $1,223,160 $1,886,112 $2,702,799
Bo Outlaw - $5,955,000 $5,355,000
Theron Smith - $366,931 $620,046
Jake Tsakalidis - $1,580,702 $2,322,051
Lorenzen Wright - $6,600,000 $7,150,000 $7,700,000

Miami
Brian Grant - $12,234,063 $13,346,250 $14,458,438 $15,570,625
Eddie Jones - $12,320,000 $13,440,000 $14,560,000 $15,680,000
Loren Woods - $631,583

Minnesota
Ervin Johnson - $4,498,514 $4,998,349

Milwaukee
Brian Skinner - $1,500,000 $1,650,000 $1,800,000
Erick Strickland - $1,500,000 $1,650,000

New Jersey
Kerry Kittles - $9,266,666 $9,816,666
Alonzo Mourning - $4,917,000 $5,408,700 $5,900,400 $6,392,100
Rodney Rogers - $3,075,600 $3,355,200
Tamar Slay - $512,435

New Orleans
Courtney Alexander - $2,178,841 $3,013,338
Maurice Carter - $73,386

New York
Shandon Anderson - $6,700,000 $7,300,000 $7,900,000 $8,500,000
Penny Hardaway - $13,500,000 $14,625,000 $15,750,000
Allan Houston - $15,937,500 $17,531,250 $19,125,000 $20,718,750
Moochie Norris - $3,500,000 $3,850,000 $4,200,000 $4,550,000
Cezary Trybanski - $1,600,000 $1,760,000

Orlando
Reece Gaines - $1,127,600 $1,212,200 $1,296,800 $1,987,994 $2,779,216
Britton Johnsen - $142,695
Zaza Pachulia - $366,931 $620,046
DeShawn Stevenson - $1,624,022 $2,362,953

Philadelphia
Greg Buckner - $2,640,000 $2,880,000 $3,120,000 $3,360,000 $3,600,000
Marc Jackson - $3,900,000 $4,225,000 $4,550,000 $4,875,000
Todd MacCulloch - $5,445,600 $5,899,400 $6,353,200 $6,807,000
Aaron McKie - $5,000,000 $5,500,000 $6,000,000 $6,500,000 $7,000,000
Derrick Coleman - $4,000,000 $4,500,000 $5,000,000

Phoenix
Howard Eisley - $5,843,750 $6,375,000 $6,906,250 $7,437,500
Jahidi White - $5,394,125 $5,884,500

Portland
Omar Cook - $175,311
Dan Dickau - $835,200 $893,400 $1,612,587 $2,402,754
Desmond Ferguson - $20,385
Eddie Gill - $305,147 $720,046
Ruben Patterson - $5,430,600 $5,899,400 $6,353,200 $6,807,000
Vladimir Stepania - Salary Was Blank ???
Qyntel Woods - $1,053,720 $1,172,160 $1,867,250 $2,690,707

Sacramento
Gerald Wallace - $764,600 $1,377,045 $2,022,879

San Antonio
Matt Carroll - $110,079
Malik Rose - $4,916,250 $5,462,500 $6,008,750 $6,555,000 $7,101,250
Charlie Ward - $550,000 $1,100,000

Seattle
Calvin Booth - $5,446,800 $5,900,700 $6,354,600 $6,808,500
Jerome James - $4,545,000 $4,545,000
Richie Frahm - $366,931
Vitaly Potapenko - $5,715,000 $6,191,250

Utah
Curtis Borchardt - $1,197,240 $1,280,880 $1,969,993 $3,033,789
Aleksandar Pavlovic - $1,107,960 $1,191,000 $1,274,160 $1,962,206 $2,798,106

Washington
Lonny Baxter - $194,156 $620,046
Juan Dixon - $1,050,300 $1,123,500 $1,725,696 $2,436,682
Christian Laettner - $5,312,500 $6,187,500
Jerry Stackhouse - $6,495,000 $7,000,000 $7,500,000 $8,000,000

Will Galen
06-22-2004, 03:55 PM
Frizer is restricted too.

Another thing that's interesting. Here's a blurb from an earlier Detroit News.

The Detroit News is reporting that the Pistons are so eager to get Campbell off their books that they've left him unprotected for the expansion draft and offered the Charlotte Bobcats a future draft pick and $3 million to take him. This would free up approximately another $4.4 million for the Pistons as they try to re-sign both Rasheed Wallace and Mehmet Okur.

Campbell isn't on the list so far. If not, that will throw a big wrench into Detroits plans. Of course I think he is interested in leaving anyway.

Kstat
06-22-2004, 03:58 PM
Another thing that's interesting. Here's a blurb from an earlier Detroit News.

The Detroit News is reporting that the Pistons are so eager to get Campbell off their books that they've left him unprotected for the expansion draft and offered the Charlotte Bobcats a future draft pick and $3 million to take him. This would free up approximately another $4.4 million for the Pistons as they try to re-sign both Rasheed Wallace and Mehmet Okur.

Campbell isn't on the list so far. If not, that will throw a big wrench into Detroits plans. Of course I think he is interested in leaving anyway.

They had a deal, but given Campbell's play in the finals, they pulled it off the table. They chose to leave corliss unprotected instead. Apparently Joe D. thinks Elden can fetch value as an expiring contract, so he can move up a few spots in the draft.