Paul George, Gordon Hayward denied shot at signing $200M deals

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    Paul George, Gordon Hayward denied shot at signing $200M deals

    Paul George did not make the All-NBA teams announced Thursday, which means the Indiana Pacers will likely be unable to sign the All-Star to a contract extension this summer.


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    I don't follow this closely enough, so help me out here. If he doesn't make an All-NBA team, he can't sign for a certain dollar amount with his current team. However, he can leave in free agency and sign for that amount with another?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJAlltheWay24 View Post
    I don't follow this closely enough, so help me out here. If he doesn't make an All-NBA team, he can't sign for a certain dollar amount with his current team. However, he can leave in free agency and sign for that amount with another?
    Had PG13 made an All NBA team then he would have been labeled their designated player and the Pacers would have been able to offer him a contract with 30M more dollars than any other team per the NBA Labor/Contract Rules. Because he didn't make an All NBA team all the Pacers can do now is offer him a longer contract but the yearly amount would be the same that any team can offer him. So in short, Paul George to the Lakers in 2018.

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    I would think the Celtics can offer more, I could see him in Green

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8th Region Warrior View Post
    I would think the Celtics can offer more, I could see him in Green
    Well that's where Hayward is going so.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    Had PG13 made an All NBA team then he would have been labeled their designated player and the Pacers would have been able to offer him a contract with 30M more dollars than any other team per the NBA Labor/Contract Rules. Because he didn't make an All NBA team all the Pacers can do now is offer him a longer contract but the yearly amount would be the same that any team can offer him. So in short, Paul George to the Lakers in 2018.
    On Mike and Mike this morning they said the Pacer payout difference was in the neighborhood of a $70 million difference. Something like he could have got 5 yrs/$205 but now it can only be 4 yrs/$130... That is a crazy difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpman4004 View Post
    On Mike and Mike this morning they said the Pacer payout difference was in the neighborhood of a $70 million difference. Something like he could have got 5 yrs/$205 but now it can only be 4 yrs/$130... That is a crazy difference
    Insane. He should have bought him some votes.

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    Four 1st round picks? How could such a terribly mediocre team say no?

    Hawks offer for PG

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