Nuxfanabroad Posted December 24, 2019 Share Posted December 24, 2019 (edited) This is open-ended, you beautiful CDC'ers. Think up yer own, don't matter. Just like there being stuff to mull/toss around, as we all suffer thru the slog of no Van games for nearly a WEEK! The concept is pretty simple. Dump a buncha' cap on another team, by adding one of our beaut prospects to the outgoing pkg. I say we omit the top 2 picks from last June(Pod & Hogz)..just too soon for such an unappreciative departure. **********The Question(point #1)*********** 1- We ALL love our enviable stash of prospects..let's face it. But say you could dump Loui's hit, by attaching a primo piece? So it's a simple equation. How many million $$$ of outgoing cap is required, to justify the dumping of a choice prospect? Or for that matter, a player with x years of remaining term, that's obstructing JB's future roster-handiwork. 2- The Leafs attached a 1st to dump 1 yr of hit. I'd like to avoid this possible direction. When does Benning/Brackett's recent work attain critical mass? So many graduating/developing beauts, eventually our stash will be considered a higher currency(than simply a pick), that's also closer to the show/partly developed. Trying to say, there may be more value in various pieces(due to recent drafting performance) than many of us realize. 3- I'd be a little concerned it might deter other college FA's/drafted own from signing with us in the future. This is a potential neg which should be considered/factored in. 4- The league is 90-95% cap-maxed. The 31 buckets almost all full, so there aren't many simple landing spots. You prob have to take back some cap(likely with less term), to make it plausible. 5- What position are we strongest/deepest? Obviously easier(& likely wiser) to dump a future piece from that category. I'll leave this here, as heading out for a few hrs. Curious if there's any appetite for such notions? If so there are a couple pkg deals I've pondered, & will include later. Edited January 5, 2020 by Nuxfanabroad title change Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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