Sac is reported to offer 4 years @ 20 mil
Daryl was just waiting for the market to be set (not bid against yourself).
5 mil / year is on the upper end of what Chuck's value is. As a specialty player to be that missing piece, he is absolutely worth that. To the Rockets? It depends on which direction he is going.
This is how it will play out:
-If we let Chuck go,then we know that...
1)we are getting a legit center that can replace Chuck's value on the court
2)we believe that our own youngsters can fill the void
3)we are rebuilding
I believe we will offer Hayes a 5 yr 22 million dollar deal. More guaranteed money because it's a longer contract and at ~4mil/yr, you really can't get a decent backup big in his prime for that price. I also suspect that Hayes will continue to get better as he has been doing in years past.
I'll keep posting this as many times that I find necessary. The happiest moment last year was seeing Chuck get a triple-double. The look on his face when he missed those two free throws was so damn funny.
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Frank Reynolds: Look, I didn't go to Vietnam just to have pansies like you take my freedom away from me.
Dee Reynolds: You went to Vietnam in *1993* to open up a sweatshop!
Frank Reynolds: And a lot of good men died in that sweatshop!
The charge you took to win the Jazz playoff game....I was there and I will never forget.
Best of luck at home Chuck!
"I ain't a fan of excuses, I'm a fan of go out and do it."-Patrick Beverley
Originally Posted by Bobbythegreat
Now that I think about it, Trayvon's death was probably the best thing that ever happened for his parents. All it took was terrible parenting and a masterful job promoting the death of their kid as something other than it was and they are set for life.
This is why I didn't renew my season tickets. The clerk asked me who my favorite player was. I said, "Chuck and he's a free agent." Doofus said he was pretty sure Chuck was still on the roster and even if he wasn't they would resign him. Those desperate pimps will say anything to sell a ticket. That said, I hope he was right.