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  1. He won't have to. I'd expect him to sign a deal similar to the Al Horford deal last year but maybe slightly less and the Pacers can match that salary with players they have to make the trade work.
  2. Kevin O'Connor tweeted this morning that he has a hunch Hayward wants Indiana and that he's been told it's his preference.
  3. I have a gut feeling that all this talk about Hayward is smoke being put out by Ainge like he likes to do. I think it's a done deal as to where he is going but the parties involved don't want things to get out early so the deal falls apart because the league starts investigating like they are with the Bucks and Kings. I also wouldn't be surprised if the Celtics deal Edwards, Langford, or one of their draft picks in a sign and trade involving Hayward. I don't see Hayward wanting to play for the Knicks or Hawks in the last big deal of his career but that's just me.
  4. At this point I’m starting to think it’s an issue with fit within the system as to why these stretch 4’s keep going other places. This is starting to become a pattern.
  5. All of those are good points. I do want to ask though why the Dodgers get lumped in like that as a team that's been buying players? I get that they are in LA but the only impactful player that they have that they did that with was Mookie and he was acquired via trade. He got big payday after the fact but most teams would've done that to keep him. Boston just wasn't smart enough to keep him.
  6. Who knows what they'll say in the zoom call. Maybe they can put on some kind of full court press now and see what happens. I guess we'll find out soon.
  7. I really hope this happens. Assuming Vic now stays until at least the deadline a starting lineup of Brogdon, Vic, Hayword, Warren, and Sabonis just seems like a much better fit for flexability in the NBA than that group with Myles. I won't speculate on the bench because that could change but it would just be a lot more interesting of a team imo.
  8. The Bucks are also going to acquire Bogdan Bogdanovic from the Kings for Donte Divincenzo, DJ Wilson, and Ersan Ilyasova. It's also sounding like Giannis is leaning toward signing the super max deal with the Bucks.
  9. Must've sold him on being the next Obi Toppin.
  10. If the Pacers are hiring coaches to make Vic happy that's a problem and he's not even close to being on that level of a player. I don't even like when teams do it for real superstars. The real connection to make is that Greg Foster was an assistant for the Atlanta Hawks last year and Calbert was a coach for the Hawks G-League team last year.
  11. Vic wants to stay for this year. He never committed long term to the franchise. To answer the question though I'm pretty sure Calbert was there for a couple of years while Vic was there. Calbert getting hired by the Pacers I would say has almost zero to do with Vic.
  12. They would probably be hitting the transfer market which will likely be full of options.
  13. I just figured this might get more peoples attention and I thought this news deserved plenty of attention.
  14. I posted it in the NBA thread but figured it deserved it's own. Calbert Cheaney is back in the hoosier state as an assistant coach for the Indiana Pacers and new head coach Nate Bjorkgren.
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