Well, this is going to be a bit of a recurring thing for me. I've got a lot of high-end SF's who need to sign this offseason. And in almost every case, there are a LOT of good and even great places for them to go. However, in the end, I need to decide which one is the best. The team my players choose to sign with may be a fit in 99 out of a 100 ways, and the other teams may all be fits in 94 out of 100 ways (which could normally be more than enough to sign them), but in the end I have to make the decision! All the suitors for Paul had something going for them, but this was my easiest decision overall.
Paul George will return to the Denver Nuggets. They have his Bird Rights, can offer him a 6th massive contract year, have a great team in place which is young and which Paul has grown with the past few years. Paul's family is settled in Denver. Paul is loyal to the Nuggets. We thank the other teams for bidding but it was going to be incredibly difficult if not impossible to pry Paul George away from the Nuggets.
Year 1: $20,329,914 Year 2: $22,566,205 Year 3: $25,048,487 (Player Option) Year 4: $27,803,821 Year 5: $30,862,241 Year 6: $34,257,087 (Player Option)
Total: $160,867,755 (average of $26,811,292.50 per season)
Lol, I can't believe Detroit or Cleveland couldn't lure him away with promises of boss ass Great Lakes fishing.
Personal Rating System so you know where I'm coming from. Superstars 90+ All-Star 85-89 Great Starters 81-84 Starter Caliber 79-80 Good Bench Guys 77-78 3pt Specialist type guys 75-76 Prospects/End of the Bench 69-74
Kevin Hollis: I would like to file a grievance against Jay-Z, Atlanta Hawks GM. He is clearly a racist. Seven white players on his team. Rumor has it he is trading for Gordon Heyward, Goran Dragic, and JJ Reddick this season to round out his starting rotation.
Dec 6, 2019 20:39:50 GMT