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Offline BleedGreen1989

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Re: So now that the deadline has passed, who are the buy-out candidates?
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Offline lrybrd

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Word is that Hakim Warrick is going to get waived.

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Don't know what Beno Udrih's situation in Orlando is like, whether he'll want to stay and increase interest in his pending free agency, or leave and join a contender.

Lou Amundson and Kenyon Martin are still unsigned. I bet the Knicks, Heat, and other teams (Boston) will be connected to them.

Hak Warrick will be bought out. Ronnie Price will be released to make room for new Blazer Eric Maynor. Price is currently injured, but wouldn't be a bad emergency PG to pick up for cheap.
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The latest word on veteran center Samuel Dalembert, meanwhile, is that the Bucks are actually more inclined to keep him than move him now in the wake of Dalembert's fine fill-in work since Sanders was sidelined by a back injury. For much of the season -- largely when he was barely playing under Scott Skiles -- Dalembert was regarded as one of the players most likely to be traded this season.
- Marc Stein

So the Bucks decided to keep Dalembert at the trade deadline. His recent play convinced them he is worth holding onto.

Sounds like he won't be bought out.

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The latest word on veteran center Samuel Dalembert, meanwhile, is that the Bucks are actually more inclined to keep him than move him now in the wake of Dalembert's fine fill-in work since Sanders was sidelined by a back injury. For much of the season -- largely when he was barely playing under Scott Skiles -- Dalembert was regarded as one of the players most likely to be traded this season.
- Marc Stein

So the Bucks decided to keep Dalembert at the trade deadline. His recent play convinced them he is worth holding onto.

Sounds like he won't be bought out.

Was surprised that neither Dalembert nor Mike Dunleavy were traded (both expirings). Perhaps they were offered up as part of the Josh Smith trade that Atlanta passed on.
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The latest word on veteran center Samuel Dalembert, meanwhile, is that the Bucks are actually more inclined to keep him than move him now in the wake of Dalembert's fine fill-in work since Sanders was sidelined by a back injury. For much of the season -- largely when he was barely playing under Scott Skiles -- Dalembert was regarded as one of the players most likely to be traded this season.
- Marc Stein

So the Bucks decided to keep Dalembert at the trade deadline. His recent play convinced them he is worth holding onto.

Sounds like he won't be bought out.

Was surprised that neither Dalembert nor Mike Dunleavy were traded (both expirings). Perhaps they were offered up as part of the Josh Smith trade that Atlanta passed on.

IMO, the Bucks are only looking short-term. They are all-in on the playoffs. They need SammyD & Dunleavy for depth in case of injury.

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I appreciate the positive attitude, but who really cares? This team isn't making a long playoff run [especially evidenced by the last two nights] and we are going to be too mediocre, but not bad enough, to gain any traction in today's nba.

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Knicks have tyson chandler, amare, sheed, camby, thomas and martin? Does thatvmake any sense? One of those latter end guys have to get bought out and if sobibguess id have tonbe interested

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I appreciate the positive attitude, but who really cares? This team isn't making a long playoff run [especially evidenced by the last two nights] and we are going to be too mediocre, but not bad enough, to gain any traction in today's nba.

Yea, you don't care but you're still here commenting...
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Offline ImShakHeIsShaq

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When is buy-out deadline?
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When is buy-out deadline?

Don't think there is one, but a player must be on a roster by March 1 to be eligible to play in the playoffs, so that's usually the cut-off date.

More like 2 days before so that they can clear waivers.

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Offline GreenEnvy

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When is buy-out deadline?

Players have to be bought out by 3/1 to be eligible for the playoffs on another team.

They can be added anytime, but have to be off an NBA roster come 3/1.
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Offline ImShakHeIsShaq

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When is buy-out deadline?

Don't think there is one, but a player must be on a roster by March 1 to be eligible to play in the playoffs, so that's usually the cut-off date.


More like 2 days before so that they can clear waivers.



So we got another week of this? Just hoping for some solid buyout? Ugh, I wish it was over with already!
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