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D-Unit
06-14-2008, 12:05 AM
Post your trades here. First post will be updated.

Sign & Trade Deal
Sacramento Gets:
Josh Howard - 9,500,000
Jose Juan Barea - $687,456
2008 2nd Round Pick
= 10,187,456

Dallas Gets:
Ron Artest signs to a 3yr/30,562,368 (10,187,456 a year) contract with the Mavs.

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Trade
Portland Receives:
Kirk Hinrich- Makes $10,000,000 in 2008/2009
#39

Chicago Receives:
Raef LaFrentz- Expiring $12,722,500
#13

MetSox17
06-14-2008, 12:26 PM
Sacramento Kings trade Ron Artest to the Dallas Mavericks, in exchange for Josh Howard, Jose Juan Barea and their 51st overall pick.

Sign & Trade Deal
Sacramento Gets:
Josh Howard - 9,500,000
Jose Juan Barea - $687,456
2008 2nd Round Pick
= 10,187,456

Dallas Gets:
Ron Artest signs to a 3yr/30,562,368 (10,187,456 a year) contract with the Mavs.

Brodeur
06-14-2008, 06:16 PM
Deal between Chicago and Portland:

Portland Receives:
Kirk Hinrich- Makes $10,000,000 in 2008/2009
#39

Chicago Receives:
Raef LaFrentz- Expiring $12,722,500
#13

Problems sorted out: It doesn't work in trade machines because of an early termination clause in Raef's contract, but if not excercised (which I'm not doing), he works as a tradeable player. Chicago has the cap room to make up the over $2 million dollar difference.

D-Unit
06-14-2008, 07:33 PM
Deal between Chicago and Portland:

Portland Receives:
Kirk Hinrich- Makes $10,000,000 in 2008/2009
#39

Chicago Receives:
Raef LaFrentz- Expiring $12,722,500
#13

Problems sorted out: It doesn't work in trade machines because of an early termination clause in Raef's contract, but if not excercised (which I'm not doing), he works as a tradeable player. Chicago has the cap room to make up the over $2 million dollar difference.
Another great trade. I like how teams are being careful with their trades.

Bearsfan123
06-15-2008, 10:40 PM
there has been a trade.

Houston receives:

Jarron Collins
44th overall pick
53 overall pick

Utah receives:
Luther Head PG SG

D-Unit ok'd it.

Reasons: Utah needs another deep sniper who can handle the ball. D-Will played with him in college and already has a trust factor with him. He can give him a breather. I slightly overpaid with both second rounders and using my one trade up but I felt it better to get a guy I like and know I can use rather than wait for someone to offer for Kirilenko.

Dr. Gonzo
06-16-2008, 02:35 AM
Sign and trade between the Cavs and Wizards:

Gilbert Arenas is signed to a 5 year, 65 million dollar contract.

Gilbert Arenas (13,000,000)
Etan Thomas (6,373,900)
Darius Songaila (3,942,000)

total: 23,315,900

Daniel Gibson (3,000,000)
Sasha Pavlovic (4,250,000)
Damon Jones (4,172,432)
Joe Smith (5,205,000)
Anderson Varejao (5,356,000)
Pick 19
Cedric Simmons trade exception (1.6 million)

total: 23,583,432

Reasoning:

The Cavs finally get a legit second scorer.

The Wiz might have lost him for nothing. The get rid of two horrible contracts and pick up two expirings in return. The Wiz also get three important bench pieces in Pavlovic, Gibson and Varejao. I think the Wiz are better off without Arenas and in a couple years when Nick Young emerges as a star and their key players will be in their prime they will be better off without Gilbert. The trade will for sure look like eth Cavs win by a lot but I believe that I the Wiz will be better because of this trade.

D-Unit
06-16-2008, 02:43 AM
Sign and trade between the Cavs and Wizards:

Gilbert Arenas is signed to a 5 year, 65 million dollar contract.

Gilbert Arenas (13,000,000)
Etan Thomas (6,373,900)
Darius Songaila (3,942,000)

total: 23,315,900

Daniel Gibson (3,000,000)
Sasha Pavlovic (4,250,000)
Damon Jones (4,172,432)
Joe Smith (5,205,000)
Anderson Varejao (5,356,000)
Pick 19
Cedric Simmons trade exception (1.6 million)

total: 23,583,432

Reasoning:

The Cavs finally get a legit second scorer.

The Wiz might have lost him for nothing. The get rid of two horrible contracts and pick up two expirings in return. The Wiz also get three important bench pieces in Pavlovic, Gibson and Varejao. I think the Wiz are better off without Arenas and in a couple years when Nick Young emerges as a star and their key players will be in their prime they will be better off without Gilbert. The trade will for sure look like eth Cavs win by a lot but I believe that I the Wiz will be better because of this trade.
Trade is Pending. Daniel Gibson is a RFA. He is currently fielding offers. If he can't get an offer better than this, in 1 day, then this deal will pass.

D-Unit
06-16-2008, 02:24 PM
Orlando Receives:
1st Rounder (26)
2nd Rounder (45)
2nd Rounder (57)

San Antonio Receives:
1st Rounder (22)

thetedginnshow
06-16-2008, 02:27 PM
http://games.espn.go.com/nba/features/traderesult?players=998~3039~1731&teams=25~25~17&te=&cash=

NJ gets:
#32
#56
Chris Wilcox

SEA gets:
#21
Marcus Williams
Trenton Hassell

D-Unit
06-16-2008, 02:41 PM
http://games.espn.go.com/nba/features/traderesult?players=998~3039~1731&teams=25~25~17&te=&cash=

NJ gets:
#32
#56
Chris Wilcox

SEA gets:
#21
Marcus Williams
Trenton Hassell
This trade works. Kind of a risky proposition for Seattle, but I think it works well for both teams.

thetedginnshow
06-16-2008, 05:06 PM
MIA gets:
#4
#21
#24

SEA gets:
#2

D-Unit
06-16-2008, 06:19 PM
MIA gets:
#4
#21
#24

SEA gets:
#2
Trade looks good. Should make for an interesting draft.

I love all the trades so far. It's amazing how good a mock draft can be when people put extra care into trades.

D-Unit
06-16-2008, 06:52 PM
LAC gets - Tj Ford (8 mil) Barbosa (6 mil) Nesterovic (8 mil) Kurt Thomas trade exemption (8 mil), #15, #17

Phoenix gets - Corey Maggette ( 4/48 mil, 12 per,) Brevin Knight (2 mil)

Toronto gets - Elton Brand (16 mil)

Trade looks good. But I hate it because I wanted Maggette. :(

D-Unit
06-16-2008, 07:00 PM
Sign and trade between the Cavs and Wizards:

Gilbert Arenas is signed to a 5 year, 65 million dollar contract.

Gilbert Arenas (13,000,000)
Etan Thomas (6,373,900)
Darius Songaila (3,942,000)

total: 23,315,900

Daniel Gibson (3,000,000)
Sasha Pavlovic (4,250,000)
Damon Jones (4,172,432)
Joe Smith (5,205,000)
Anderson Varejao (5,356,000)
Pick 19
Cedric Simmons trade exception (1.6 million)

total: 23,583,432

Trade is Pending. Daniel Gibson is a RFA. He is currently fielding offers. If he can't get an offer better than this, in 1 day, then this deal will pass.

Rejected: This deal does not pass. Daniel Gibson was signed to a new contract prior to this deal and therefore must abide by the Trade Restriction rule. Cleveland was too quick to sign him.

FA Signing:
Daniel Gibson Restricted FA
NBA Team: Cavaliers
Is your team over the cap: Yes
Signing Offer Sheet: $3 million - 4 years - $12 million
Exemption Used: Early Bird Rights
Reason why he'd sign with you versus any other team: He's a fan favorite and a favorite of LeBrons. Will always have playing time as he is the best shooter on the team.
Status: Accepted

princefielder28
06-16-2008, 09:16 PM
Milwaukee/Denver/Orlando Trade

MIL
Jameer Nelson 6M
Tony Battie 6M
JJ Redick 2M
Brian Cook 4M
Keith Bogans 3M
26th pick
Future 1st Rounder
Incoming Salary: 21M
Outgoing Salary: 23M

ORL
Michael Redd 15M
Kenyon Martin 14M
37th pick
Incoming Salary: 29M
Outgoing Salary: 27M

DEN
Hedo Turkoglu 6M
Mo Williams 8M
Incoming Salary: 14M
Outgoing Salary: 14M

BrownsTown
06-17-2008, 01:13 AM
New trade between the Cavs and Wizards:

Cavs get:
Gilbert Arenas - $11,950,400
Etan Thomas - $6,373,900
Darius Songaila - $3,942,000

Total: 22,266,300

Wizards get:
Sasha Pavlovic - $4,250,000
Damon Jones - $4,172,432
Joe Smith - $5,205,000
Anderson Varejao - $5,356,000
Cedric Simmons trade exception - $1,600,000
David Wesley trade exception - $1,750,000
Pick 19
2009 1st round pick unprotected
2009 2nd round pick

Total: 22,333,432

LonghornsLegend
06-17-2008, 04:03 PM
Trade between the Knicks and the Hawks:


Hawks receive:

Zach Randolph $14,666,666
Randolph Morris $810,000
Mardy Collins $997,800
Total:$16,474,466



Knicks receive:

Josh Childress $5,750,000
Zaza Pachulia $ 4,000,000
Speedy Claxton $5,757,818
Solomon Jones $729,000


Total: $16,236,818



This was a trade the Hawks were looking to make...Marvin Williams is the future at SF so Childress was expendable, but we needed a big bodied scorer who could play PF and let Josh Smith move back to his more natural spot at SF...Randolph takes pressure off Horford of trying to be a dominant inside scorer at this point in his career.

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 04:07 PM
Trade between the Knicks and the Hawks:


Hawks receive:

Zach Randolph $14,666,666
Randolph Morris $810,000
Mardy Collins $997,800
Total:$16,474,466



Knicks receive:

Josh Childress $5,750,000
Zaza Pachulia $ 4,000,000
Speedy Claxton $5,757,818
Solomon Jones $729,000


Total: $16,236,818



This was a trade the Hawks were looking to make...Marvin Williams is the future at SF so Childress was expendable, but we needed a big bodied scorer who could play PF and let Josh Smith move back to his more natural spot at SF...Randolph takes pressure off Horford of trying to be a dominant inside scorer at this point in his career.
I'm sorry but this cannot since Atlanta matched Childress's RFA offer yesterday. Any deal for him needed to be worked out prior to that.

LTgiants
06-17-2008, 04:08 PM
Trade between the Knicks and the Hawks:


Hawks receive:

Zach Randolph $14,666,666
Randolph Morris $810,000
Mardy Collins $997,800
Total:$16,474,466



Knicks receive:

Josh Childress $5,750,000
Zaza Pachulia $ 4,000,000
Speedy Claxton $5,757,818



Total: $16,236,818



This was a trade the Hawks were looking to make...Marvin Williams is the future at SF so Childress was expendable, but we needed a big bodied scorer who could play PF and let Josh Smith move back to his more natural spot at SF...Randolph takes pressure off Horford of trying to be a dominant inside scorer at this point in his career.

we never mentoined Solomon Jones before that isnt the deal we agreed to this is

Hawks receive:

Zach Randolph
Randolph Morris
Mardy Collins



Knicks receive:

Josh Childress
Zaza Pachulia
Speedy Claxton

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 04:13 PM
we never mentoined Solomon Jones before that isnt the deal we agreed to this is

Hawks receive:

Zach Randolph
Randolph Morris
Mardy Collins



Knicks receive:

Josh Childress
Zaza Pachulia
Speedy Claxton
See my post above. Trade is rejected.

diabsoule
06-17-2008, 06:04 PM
NY Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers)
SF Rodney Carey (from 76ers)
PG Mike James (from Hornets)
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets)

Philadelphia 76ers receive:
C Zach Randolph (from Knicks)
SF Jared Jeffries (from Knicks)
Pick #27 (from Hornets)

N.O. Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks)
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 06:20 PM
NY Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers)
SF Rodney Carey (from 76ers)
PG Mike James (from Hornets)
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets)

Philadelphia 76ers receive:
C Zach Randolph (from Knicks)
SF Jared Jeffries (from Knicks)
Pick #27 (from Hornets)

N.O. Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks)
Pick #16 (from 76ers)
I need to see the salary figures.

BeerBaron
06-17-2008, 06:24 PM
I need to see the salary figures.

****....i think jeffries might have put me over. i didn't take him into account because he was a sort of last second throw in for whatever reason......

that would be the problem then

BeerBaron
06-17-2008, 06:49 PM
Does this one work a little better:

Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers) $4,640,000
SF Rodney Carney (from 76ers) $1,655,760
PG Mike James (from Hornets) $6,049,400
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets $2,032,800

Total Incoming: $14, 377, 560 (sending out more in ZR alone)


76ers receive:
PF Zach Randolph (from Knicks) $14,666,666
G/F Mardy Collins (from Knicks) $997,800
Pick #27 from Hornets

Total Incoming: $15.663 (still under the cap)


Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks) $8,640,000
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Total Incoming: $8,640,000

princefielder28
06-17-2008, 07:01 PM
Atlanta Hawks/ Indiana Pacers Deal

Hawks receive : PF Troy Murphy($10,126,984), PG Jamaal Tinsley($6,750,000), and PF David Harrison($2,001,059)
Outgoing : $19,225,000 Incoming : $18,878,043

Pacers receive : PG Mike Bibby($15,225,000) and PF Zaza Pachulia($4,000,000)
Outgoing : $18,878,043 Incoming : $19,225,000

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 07:02 PM
Does this one work a little better:

Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers) $4,640,000
SF Rodney Carney (from 76ers) $1,655,760
PG Mike James (from Hornets) $6,049,400
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets $2,032,800

Total Incoming: $14, 377, 560 (sending out more in ZR alone)


76ers receive:
PF Zach Randolph (from Knicks) $14,666,666
G/F Mardy Collins (from Knicks) $997,800
Pick #27 from Hornets

Total Incoming: $15.663 (still under the cap)


Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks) $8,640,000
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Total Incoming: $8,640,000
Rejected: Did not show me Outgoing Salaries as specifically told.

diabsoule
06-17-2008, 07:09 PM
I need to see the salary figures.

NY Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers)
SF Rodney Carey (from 76ers)
PG Mike James (from Hornets)
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets)

Philadelphia 76ers receive:
C Zach Randolph (from Knicks)
SF Jared Jeffries (from Knicks)
Pick #27 (from Hornets)

N.O. Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks)
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Rejected: Did not show me Outgoing Salaries as specifically told.

Maybe this will change your mind?

NY Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers)
SF Rodney Carey (from 76ers)
PG Mike James (from Hornets)
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets)

Total outgoing: $24,204,466
Total Incoming: $14, 377, 560 (sending out more in ZR alone)

Philadelphia 76ers receive:
C Zach Randolph (from Knicks)
SF Jared Jeffries (from Knicks)
Pick #27 (from Hornets)

Total incoming: $15.663 (still under the cap)
Total outgoing: $6,295,760

N.O. Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks)
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Total outgoing: $8,082,200
Total incoming: $8,640,000

LTgiants
06-17-2008, 07:12 PM
Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers) $4,640,000
SF Rodney Carney (from 76ers) $1,655,760
PG Mike James (from Hornets) $6,049,400
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets $2,032,800

Total Incoming: $14, 377, 560 (sending out more in ZR alone)
Total Outgoing $24,304,466

76ers receive:
PF Zach Randolph (from Knicks) $14,666,666
G/F Mardy Collins (from Knicks) $997,800
Pick #27 from Hornets

Total Incoming: $15.663 (still under the cap)
Total Outgoing: $ 6,295,760

Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks) $8,640,000
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Total Incoming: $8,640,000
Total Outgoing: $8,082.200

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 07:12 PM
Maybe this will change your mind?

NY Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers)
SF Rodney Carey (from 76ers)
PG Mike James (from Hornets)
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets)

Total outgoing: $24,204,466
Total Incoming: $14, 377, 560 (sending out more in ZR alone)

Philadelphia 76ers receive:
C Zach Randolph (from Knicks)
SF Jared Jeffries (from Knicks)
Pick #27 (from Hornets)

Total incoming: $15.663 (still under the cap)
Total outgoing: $6,295,760

N.O. Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks)
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Total outgoing: $8,082,200
Total incoming: $8,640,000
Rejected. The only team allowed to have more incoming salary than outgoing salary is Philadelphia.

diabsoule
06-17-2008, 07:39 PM
Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers) $4,640,000
SF Rodney Carney (from 76ers) $1,655,760
PG Mike James (from Hornets) $6,049,400
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets) $2,032,800

Total Incoming: $14, 377, 560 (sending out more in ZR alone)
Total outgoing: $24,204,466

76ers receive:
PF Zach Randolph (from Knicks) $14,666,666
SF/PF Rasual Butler (from Hornets) $3,630,000
Pick #27 from Hornets

Total Incoming: $18,296,666 (still under the cap)
Total outgoing: $6,295,760

Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks) $8,640,000
G/F Mardy Collins (from Knicks) $997,800
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Total incoming: $9,637,800
Total outgoing: $11,712,200

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 07:58 PM
Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers) $4,640,000
SF Rodney Carney (from 76ers) $1,655,760
PG Mike James (from Hornets) $6,049,400
PF/C Hilton Armstrong (from Hornets) $2,032,800

Total Incoming: $14, 377, 560 (sending out more in ZR alone)
Total outgoing: $24,204,466

76ers receive:
PF Zach Randolph (from Knicks) $14,666,666
SF/PF Rasual Butler (from Hornets) $3,630,000
Pick #27 from Hornets

Total Incoming: $18,296,666 (still under the cap)
Total outgoing: $6,295,760

Hornets receive:
PG/SG Jamal Crawford (from Knicks) $8,640,000
G/F Mardy Collins (from Knicks) $997,800
Pick #16 (from 76ers)

Total incoming: $9,637,800
Total outgoing: $11,712,200
Rejected: Same problem.

LonghornsLegend
06-17-2008, 08:06 PM
Atlanta Hawks/ Indiana Pacers Deal

Hawks receive : PF Troy Murphy($10,126,984), PG Jamaal Tinsley($6,750,000), and PF David Harrison($2,001,059)
Outgoing : $19,225,000 Incoming : $18,878,043

Pacers receive : PG Mike Bibby($15,225,000) and PF Zaza Pachulia($4,000,000)
Outgoing : $18,878,043 Incoming : $19,225,000



Did this ever get a final approval D? we got it nearly identical and both teams are under the cap.

BeerBaron
06-17-2008, 08:14 PM
nevermind this....i think i understand from what i read here:

68. What is the Traded Player exception?

As described in question number 67, exceptions are the mechanisms that allow teams to function above the salary cap. Any trade which results in the team ending up over the salary cap requires an exception. This is true even if the team is moving downward in salary. For example, if the salary cap is $50 million, a team has a team salary of $55 million, and they want to trade a $5 million player for a $4 million player, they still have to use an exception. Even though their team salary would be decreasing by $1 million, the fact that they would still be over the salary cap ($54 million) means that an exception is required.

The Traded Player exception is the primary means used by teams over the cap for completing trades. It allows teams to make trades that leave them over the cap, but it places several restrictions on those trades. Trades using the Traded Player exception are classified into two categories: simultaneous and non-simultaneous. As its name suggests, a simultaneous trade takes place all at once. Teams can acquire up to 125% plus $100,000 of the salaries they are trading in a simultaneous trade. For example, a team trading a $5 million player in a simultaneous trade can receive one or more players whose salary is no more than 125% of $5 million, plus $100,000, or $6.35 million in return.

A non-simultaneous trade may take up to a year to complete. Non-simultaneous trades are described in question number 69.

There are several restrictions on trades (either simultaneous or non-simultaneous) which are described in other questions in this FAQ. These include Base Year Compensation (question numbers 73, 74 and 75), sign-and-trade (question numbers 76, 77, 78 and 79), including cash in trades (question number 82), trading draft picks (question number 71), trade bonuses (question numbers 83 and 84), and no-trade provisions (question number 85). In addition, performance incentives can complicate trades (question number 61).

Also be aware that while the term "Traded Player exception" refers to the entire exception which allows teams to make trades above the salary cap (including simultaneous trades, non-simultaneous trades, and base year compensation), it is also commonly used to refer to the one-year monetary credit teams receive while a non-simultaneous trade is pending completion. Be aware of this potential ambiguity, which was made worse by the current CBA (earlier CBAs used the term "Assigned Player exception" to refer to the entire exception).


New Trade Idea

Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers) $4,640,000
SF Rodney Carney (from 76ers) $1,655,760

total incoming: $6.29576 million
total outgoing: $15.6638 million

76ers receive:
PF Zach Randolph (from Knicks) $14,666,666
G/F Mardy Collins (from Knicks) $997,800

Total incoming: $15.6638 million
Total outgoing: $6.29576 million

I pmed you about it last night and you said you didn't see anything wrong with it then. I'm under the cap remember

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 08:15 PM
Did this ever get a final approval D? we got it nearly identical and both teams are under the cap.
Didn't see it, but it looks good.

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 08:17 PM
New Trade Idea

Knicks receive:
PF Reggie Evans (from 76ers) $4,640,000
SF Rodney Carney (from 76ers) $1,655,760

total incoming: $6.29576 million
total outgoing: $15.6638 million

76ers receive:
PF Zach Randolph (from Knicks) $14,666,666
G/F Mardy Collins (from Knicks) $997,800

Total incoming: $15.6638 million
Total outgoing: $6.29576 million

I pmed you about it last night and you said you didn't see anything wrong with it then. I'm under the cap remember
Rejected: The Knicks CANNOT send out more salary than they are getting back. BTW, you just asked me about Philly in your pm and you never showed me salary numbers.

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 08:45 PM
This thread is not for trade discussion.

Go Cowboys
06-17-2008, 10:50 PM
Denver Nuggets receive:
25th pick
44th pick
53rd pick
54th pick

Houston Rockets receive:
20th pick

D-Unit
06-17-2008, 11:56 PM
Denver Nuggets receive:
25th pick
44th pick
53rd pick
54th pick

Houston Rockets receive:
20th pick
Trade Approved.

Jensen
06-19-2008, 01:03 AM
Detroit Pistons recieve:
Gerald Wallace, SF
Adam Morrison, SF
Sean May, PF
Kevin Love, PF

Outgoing salary: $23,180,000
Incoming salary: $17,316,686

Charlotte Bobcats recieve:
Tayshaun Prince, SF
Rasheed Wallace, PF

Outgoing salary: $17,316,686
Incoming salary: $23,180,000

D-Unit
06-19-2008, 01:14 AM
Detroit Pistons recieve:
Gerald Wallace, SF
Adam Morrison, SF
Sean May, PF
Kevin Love, PF

Outgoing salary: $23,180,000
Incoming salary: $17,316,686

Charlotte Bobcats recieve:
Tayshaun Prince, SF
Rasheed Wallace, PF

Outgoing salary: $17,316,686
Incoming salary: $23,180,000
Trade Accepted.