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Old 08-27-2017, 06:00 AM   #1 
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The new front office team

The new front office team of Jason Levien and NFL 18 Coins John Hollinger made what looks like the trade of the year, dumping Gay’s big contract while adding solid veteran Tayshaun Prince and rising big man Ed Davis. The deal not only saved money under the cap, it also benefitted the team on the court.

The true cost wasn’t Gay, it was the first-round sweetener thrown into a separate trade with Cleveland to keep them far enough below the tax to maneuver.This was the crossroads moment and the Grizzlies took the right path. They were also aided in no small part by Russell Westbrook’s injury.

Their appearance in the conference finals is a testament to talent evaluation, progressive management and injury luck.The counter? The Bulls, who were undone by Derrick Rose’s ACL tear. Without Rose, they had a top-heavy roster stuffed with big-money extensions for Joakim Noah, Luol Deng and Taj Gibson along with a big-ticket free agent in Carlos Boozer.

Chicago fought admirably throughout the season, but the difference between the final four and the second round often comes down to NFL 18 Coins health and the Bulls have now missed out on two postseason runs with this group.***The lessons before and after the new CBA haven’t changed that much.

True franchise players make everything easier and there are only so many of them to go around. Smart front offices that utilize scouting, player development and innovative cap management will always have an advantage over those that don’t. Coaching and systems matter.
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