Hmmm io non ho tempo ma mi state convincendo, parlatemi della nuova modalità my career
eh madò....da dove iniziare.........forse fai prima ad andare sul tubo a vedere un paio di video, in sostanza a differenza dello scorso anno potrai andare ad allenarti in quasi ogni momento libero, ci sono allenamenti che non puoi saltare (quelli di squadra) altrimenti perdi posto nella rotazione e queste sessioni sono molto varie e mai noiose, con esercizi tra i più disparati, ci sono gli eventi degli sponsor cui hai accettato le offerte e tanti siparietti filmati, ogni tanto qualche giocatore, anche di altre squadre, ti inviterà da qualche parte, allora ti fa vedere sul calendario se sei libero così da poter decidere se accettare o meno, insomma un po' di roba, spiegato malissimo ma devi andare a vedere altrimenti non capisci un caxxo
Però gli eventi sponsor e altri compagni c'erano già lo scorso anno
After a battery of medical examinations, the Miami Heat have declined to clear All-Star forward Chris Bosh for training camp and increasingly believe that his career with the franchise is over, league sources told The Vertical.
Another bout of blood clotting was a significant part of the failed physical, and Bosh’s chances of resuming his NBA career are in a perilous state, sources said.
There’s been a complete breakdown in communication between Heat president Pat Riley and Bosh, sources said. Bosh has been reluctant to talk with Riley, sources said, although Riley and Heat officials are hopeful for a chance to sit down with Bosh soon and discuss his future.
Riley, owner Micky Arison and the Heat doctors have been fearful of the potential health risks of Bosh trying to navigate the recurring blood clots with an NBA playing career, and it is unlikely that Bosh will find any team willing to clear him with the grave dangers associated with his health plight.
Bosh met with Heat doctors for several days in Miami, and flew to New York mid-week for consultation with NBA physicians once another blood clot appeared to be recurring, league sources said.
The Heat issued a statement Friday saying that Bosh hadn’t been cleared for resumption of basketball activities and there was no timetable for his return.
After months of searching for a way to play again despite repeated instances of blood clots, Bosh had been working with medical specialists to find a way to resume his career.
Bosh, 32, has three years and $75.8 million left on his contract. The Heat could get salary cap relief should Bosh remain inactive for one year, with the team being able to apply to have his salary excluded in February.
After a blood clot in his calf moved to his lungs in 2015, Bosh missed the final 30 games of the season. He took blood thinners for several months following the 2015 clotting.
Another clot surfaced on All-Star Weekend in February in Toronto, ending Bosh’s season for a second straight year.
Bosh won NBA championships with the 2012 and 2013 Heat, and averaged 19.2 points, 8.5 rebounds and one block in his 13-year career. He spent his first seven seasons with the Toronto Raptors before joining the Heat in 2010.
ah il gioco però si inventa 2 giocatori nella tua squadra, uno forte e l'altro scarso, quello forte diventerà molto forte e sarà il tuo compagno per la stagione, l'impressione mia è che a fine anno farà una brutta brutta fine........anche perché è diventato tipo 84 di overall ed è un giocatore inventato
Ultima modifica di Robbie; 23-09-16 alle 19:14
Pare smetta anche KG. Lui, Duncan e Bryant nella stessa estate.
*coff coff* Dirk *coff coff*
KG: "amici dirigenti di Minnesota, avrei una mezza intenzione di smettere, ho 40 anni ed avrei anche dato"
Dirigenti di Minnesota "unaltroannoperpiacereunaltroannoperpiacereunaltro annoperpiacere, farewelltourfarewelltourfarewelltour!!11!!1!"
Leggo fra l'altro di un possibile taglio di pekovic causa soliti problemi fisici, ed a sto punto temo per la sua carriera
Ultima modifica di Sbonk; 23-09-16 alle 23:53
Ma aprire un topic per la season 2016-17?
CAMPIONE TBS 2016
Per chi è interessato, da martedì arriva l'nba league pass
inviato dal mio p9 lite tramite tapatalk
Si ritira KG
ma se Bosh non ce la fa i 25mln annnui di salario per le prossime tre stagioni glieli pagano lo stesso?
Credo proprio di si, ormai il contratto è firmato, ma a quel punto non so se li tira fuori Miami di tasca sua o la lega in qualche altro modo.
Credo che Miami possa chiedere qualche sorta di rimborso e/o possa comunque non contare i soldini di Bosh nel il salary cap.
ecco a voi
Chris Bosh is currently owed $23.7 million, $25.3 million and $26.8 million over the next three seasons.
The short term
If Heat team doctors determine Bosh can’t play, Miami would be eligible to apply for the Disabled Player Exception (DPE). However, if Miami does apply for the exception, the franchise would be ineligible to apply for the removal of Bosh’s salary in February.
Once an NBA designated physician consents that Bosh will miss the regular season, the Heat would be granted a $5.6 million exception that can be used up until March 10.
The Heat can use this exception to sign a free agent to a one-year contract, or acquire either through a trade or waiver claim a player with one-season left on his contract.
Unlike last season when Miami was over the luxury tax for most of the season, the Heat currently are $8 million below, a figure that will likely increase once the roster is set before the regular season.
However, because Miami has 15 guaranteed contracts, including Bosh, the Heat would need to clear a roster spot (likely once Bosh is waived).
The steps to remove salary
If the Heat and their team of doctors determine Bosh has a career-ending injury, Miami would take the following steps to remove his salary if the team didn’t utilize the DPE: the Heat would waive Bosh, and on Feb. 9, 2017, apply to have his salary excluded because league rules stipulate that a team must wait one year from the date of the player’s last game.
The determination on whether Bosh has suffered a career-ending illness will be made by a physician designated by the NBA and the players association and will not occur until Bosh has been waived and Miami applies to have the salary removed.
Hiatus but player returns
If Bosh eventually returns from his career-threatening injury, the salary will be included back on the Heat’s salary cap. There is, however, a grace period of 25 games after the player returns to determine if he’s healthy enough to continue.
For example, if Bosh is medically cleared to play in 2018-19, the Heat will not incur cap charges until he plays 25 games.
A comparable case
The Nets’ Jayson Williams suffered a career-ending injury in April 1999. Williams had signed a six-year, $90 million contract with New Jersey three months before the injury.
Although the injury to Williams ended his career, the Nets did not receive cap relief until the 2001-02 season because Williams sat out the 1999-2000 season but attempted a comeback the following year.
Because Williams tried to return, the Nets could not start the clock to exclude his salary. Williams retired in June 2000 and his salary was excluded the following year.
The financial implications for Bosh
Bosh, who is currently owed $75.8 million by the Heat, will receive the full amount of what is left on his contract.
However, the Heat could catch a break on what portion they will owe Bosh.
Bosh is currently under the league-wide Temporary Total Disability program that protects the Heat from any long-term injury. Each team must protect its five largest contracts.
Because Bosh’s illness occurred in February 2015 and 2016 after he signed his contract in July 2014, there are likely no medical exclusions based on his prior injury history.
For example, if Bosh had broken his right foot before signing his contract, the insurance company would have added an exclusion for Bosh’s right foot.
The exclusion protects the insurance company from any previous injury that could impact the current contract.
Had the illness to Bosh occurred prior to him signing his contract, the insurance company would have put an exclusion on his condition and the Heat would be on the hook for all compensation.
Once Bosh misses 41 games (he missed 29 in 2016-17) insurance will reimburse the Heat 80 percent of the guaranteed amount owed to Bosh, or up to a maximum of $175,000 per game, with the Heat responsible for the balance.
What the insurance company and Miami would each be responsible for:
Year Insurance Miami
2016-17 $12.25 million $11.5 million
2017-18 $14.35 million $10.9 million
2018-19 $14.35 million $12.5 million
Total $40.95 million $34.9 million