Lakers re-sign Black

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  1. Carl Herrera

    Carl Herrera Contributing Member

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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Vertical Sources: Free agent Tarik Black has agreed to a two-year, $12.85 million deal to re-sign with the Los Angeles Lakers.</p>&mdash; Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) <a href="https://twitter.com/ShamsCharania/status/749844022521364480">July 4, 2016</a></blockquote>
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  2. heypartner

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    Not even Lin money lol
     
  3. Shroopy2

    Shroopy2 Contributing Member

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    All these ex-Rocket dump-offs getting paid. Greg Smith probably due for a fat contact now
     
  4. HayesIsBack

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    Toney Douglas still in the NBA?
     
  5. PeppermintCandy

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    Wow. 6 million a year for Tarik Black. Again because it bears repeating, crazy money.
     
  6. arabrocket

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    That's actually cheap
     
  7. PeppermintCandy

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    Hm, I looked it up and the dude was making the league minimum $845,059 last season. He played in 39 games and averaged 3.4 points and 4 rebounds in 12.7 minutes.

    Maybe you followed the Lakers closely and can say otherwise, but I just don't see how any of the above stats would warrant such a dramatic jump in salary. I believe it's even a larger salary bump than what Chuck Hayes got from Sacramento when he left Houston.
     
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    Good for him. Baron Scott is a shtty coach. Black was playing well for the Lakers but not getting minutes.
     
  9. Texanasiafan

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    This is one of the dumbest contracts in this off season.

    Dude inured a lots last season and played less, he is under-sized and shown zero improvement in the last 2 seasons in the Lakers.
     
  10. HoustonTexas

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    With the new cap, you can't really compare their contracts
     
  11. Carl Herrera

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    $6.5M is about $3.5M under the new CBA. Also, Chuck Hayes got the full mid-level for 4 years. Black only got 2 years so Chuck still got more.

    Good for Tarik, though. He's shown enough in limited minutes to prove himself worthy of an NBA roster spot at least. I think he could have done more if he had played for a more competent coach than Byron Scott.
     
  12. napalm_black

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    Alright, this is going too far guys.

    The cap increased dramatically, yes, and compared to Solomon Hill this is cheap, yes... but paying every D-league caliber guy $6M/year is not reasonable, regardless of the cap.
     
  13. roslolian

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    Dude got 3.5 pts and 4 rebs in just 12 mins, if you play him 20 mins he can probably get you 6 pts and 7 rebs. That's not bad for your spot guy and totally worth 3.5M which is what that 6M now amounts to. Being D League caliber is not necessarily bad a lot of DLeague guys have proven to be capable bench players in the NBA.

    They probably didn't need to pay him 6M since suitors aren't beating a path to Tarik Black's door, but this is the team who paid Mozghov 16M a year so his backup being 6M sounds about right LMAO.
     
  14. Pizza_Da_Hut

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    They are... BACK IN BLACK!
     
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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Not sure if this is out there yet, but the second year of Tarik Black's two-year, $13-million Laker deal is a team option.</p>&mdash; Mike Bresnahan (@Mike_Bresnahan) <a href="https://twitter.com/Mike_Bresnahan/status/750792809829896192">July 6, 2016</a></blockquote>
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  16. bongman

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    Happy for him. Not bad for somebody who was undrafted.
     
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