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2010/11 season signings and rumours
is therev any1 knows rakocevic close to sign Bilbao??
http://www.kosarka.rs/main.asp?dir=news&newsid=3846



negotiations with macvan
Archibald to Zalguiris?
Kosta Perovic close agreement with Unicaja http://unicaja.diariosur.es/noticias/201...00623.html





Mc Intyre very expensive for Unicaja, is between PAO and EFES http://www.malagahoy.es/article/deportes...recio.html





Cabezas, Haislip and Dixon can return to Malaga





Any news Unicaja more about?
Rakocevic is not going to play for bilbao, he just wants to move to the city at some point as he said. He will most likely stay with efes now that perasovic took over at head coach.



I doubt archibald is going to zalgiris, i think he is staying in the acb, but i heard he's leaving malaga
Schwach wie flasche leer
[quote name='yking' date='23 June 2010 - 03:37 AM' timestamp='1277257045' post='22889']

http://www.kosarka.rs/main.asp?dir=news&newsid=3846



negotiations with macvan

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I don't know if you translated it but it says that Macvan is close because he came to an agreement with his club(Hemofarm)about the Fee that Maccabi have to pay

but I don't really know this site..I don't know what his sources are or if he's reliable..so..I just want this saga to be over already(hopefully with Macvan in yellow)
Zalgiris Kaunas, interested in Bobby Brown, Javaris Critterton, Jeremy Pargo and Robert Archibald



Zalgiris Kaunas is trying to land an American guard for the next season. The three main targets could be Bobby Brown (who finished last season in the Los Angeles Clippers), Javaris Critterton (who was playing for the Washington Wizards before being suspended along with Gilbert Arenas) and Jeremy Pargo (last season in Galil Gilboa). Other player on the radar of Zalgiris could be Robert Archibald. The 30-year-old British center, who is at the end of his expiring contract with Unicaja, is also on the radar of Maccabi Tel Aviv and Cajasol.
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Caja Laboral offers an extension to Tiago Splitter until 2015



Caja Laboral is making a last push to avoid Tiago Splitter's departure to the NBA. The Spanish club has offered to the 25-year-old Brazilian center to extend his contract until 2015 with a leaving clause to the NBA in a near future. On the other hand, the team that owns his NBA rights, the San Antonio Spurs, could be willing to offer Splitter a $25-30 million, 5-year contract to move to the United States.
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Nathan Jawai, considering to play in Europe next season



Nathan Jawai is currently a free agent, after his contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves expired. The 23-year-old Australian forward, has played just 45 games in two seasons in the NBA, and is considering to play in Europe if he can't get good offers in the United States.
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[quote name='stefans' date='23 June 2010 - 04:33 PM' timestamp='1277303638' post='22907']

Caja Laboral offers an extension to Tiago Splitter until 2015



Caja Laboral is making a last push to avoid Tiago Splitter's departure to the NBA. The Spanish club has offered to the 25-year-old Brazilian center to extend his contract until 2015 with a leaving clause to the NBA in a near future. On the other hand, the team that owns his NBA rights, the San Antonio Spurs, could be willing to offer Splitter a $25-30 million, 5-year contract to move to the United States.

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If you figure how much comes out of NBA contracts (which is an extreme amount) that offer from the Spurs isn't all that great. Baskonia paid Scola more than that years ago.
Real Madrid, Regal Barcelona and Caja Laboral, interested in Alan Anderson



Alan Anderson is a free agent after being released by Maccabi Tel Aviv, and the top Spanish teams have shown interest for the 27-year-old American forward. Real Madrid, Regal Barcelona and Caja Laboral could have Anderson, who averaged 13.7 points and 3.6 rebounds per game in the last Euroleague, on the radar for the next season
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Regal Barcelona and Real Madrid could be interested in Omer Asik



Regal Barcelona and Real Madrid could have shown interest in landing Omer Asik for the next season. The 23-year-old Turkish center will probably leave Fenerbahce, when he's playing since 2007, to move to the Chicago Bulls, but the two Spanish powerhouse could be also trying to attract Asik.
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Igor Rakocevic and Mario Kasun will stay in Efes Pilsen, while Bostjan Nachbar and Preston Shumpert will probably leave



The Slovenian forward Bostjan Nachbar and the American forward Preston Shumpert will very likely leave Efes Pilsen after the arrival of Velimir Perasovic to the Turkish bench. On the other hand, the Serbian guard Igor Rakocevic (who played for Perasovic in Caja Laboral) and the Croatian center Mario Kasun will probably stay with in the team despite the rumors about their departures.
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[quote name='stefans' date='23 June 2010 - 04:38 PM' timestamp='1277303936' post='22913']

Real Madrid, Regal Barcelona and Caja Laboral, interested in Alan Anderson



Alan Anderson is a free agent after being released by Maccabi Tel Aviv, and the top Spanish teams have shown interest for the 27-year-old American forward. Real Madrid, Regal Barcelona and Caja Laboral could have Anderson, who averaged 13.7 points and 3.6 rebounds per game in the last Euroleague, on the radar for the next season

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I feel sorry for them

no team deserves that kind of punishment <img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/russian_roulette.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Russian_roulette' />
[quote name='Panathinaikos' date='23 June 2010 - 04:37 PM' timestamp='1277303857' post='22912']

If you figure how much comes out of NBA contracts (which is an extreme amount) that offer from the Spurs isn't all that great. Baskonia paid Scola more than that years ago.

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That is right.They have taxes about 40%.
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Armani Jeans Milano, interested in Henry Domercant, David Hawkins and Ibrahim Jaaber



Armani Jeans Milano is planning three signings, besides the possibility of landing Nicolò Melli. The three targets of the Italian team are Henry Domercant (also on the radar of Fenerbahce) and David Hawkins, from Montepaschi Siena, and Ibrahim Jaaber, from Lottomatica Roma, who has attracted the interest of Unicaja, Bizkaia Bilbao Basket and Montepaschi Siena.
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Fenerbahce signs Marko Tomas



According to the Croatian media, Marko Tomas is the new player of Fenerbahce. The Turkish team has signed Tomas to a two-year contract. The 25-year-old Croatian forward played last season in Cibona, after four years in Spain, and averaged 16.4 points and 3.1 rebounds per game last season.
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[quote name='stefans' date='23 June 2010 - 04:44 PM' timestamp='1277304251' post='22917']

That is right.They have taxes about 40%.

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Taxes are more like 50%. 42% for the federal plus 7-8% for the state. They also have to pay the agent fees and the player union fees and the NBA retirement fees. So they only get about 40% of their contract or less.
[quote name='Panathinaikos' date='23 June 2010 - 05:56 PM' timestamp='1277304968' post='22920']

Taxes are more like 50%. 42% for the federal plus 7-8% for the state. They also have to pay the agent fees and the player union fees and the NBA retirement fees. So they only get about 40% of their contract or less.

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Make up your mind, will you?



A week ago in [url="http://www.spurstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4424635"]one forum you write it's 38%[/url]



Yesterday in [url="http://forums.interbasket.net/showpost.php?p=436829&postcount=387"]another forum you say it's vaguely under 40%[/url]



Did taxes raise in USA by 2% in one week?



So which one is the correct number? 40%, under 40% or 38% ?
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