The_Pauser wrote:Kowch...you stood corrected the moment you made the post that he could still come back
duh, no. Until he signed, he was still techincally available. Nonis could have still made a pitch for him if he could have made the cap work.
There's no arguing with that.
And with that, that's my last comment on this issue.
Anyway, Carter is going to regret this. Sure he got more money, but he's going to get less next year when his point production goes through the floor.