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    Default Nate Will Demand 10 MIL

    The way Nate is playing it looks like he's going to be looking for that type of money.


    He's averaging 18 points, 4 ast, and 4 rebs a game coming off the bench. Not only that but he's a leading candidate for 6th man of the year.


    At mid-season we we're all saying 6 mil for him would be fair. But right now I'm not so sure. He brings a lot to this team, and nate and his agent know this. So expect them to inflate his asking price to 10 mil.

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    thats to flippin bad, don't pay him

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    Does he have Scott Boras or what? 10 mil..come on NO WAY!!!!

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    I don't care how well he's been playing. No team in the league would pay 10 mil. for a 5'9 SG. He's been great, but he's just not worth that much. I wouldn't give him anymore than 6 or 7 mil.

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    i really dont think D'Antoni wants him next year....bye bye Nate

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    Are you kidding me, how can Nate ask for 10 mil if you compare him to other PG's making that kinda money.

    He is so inferior to Tony Parker it is ridiculous.

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    haha 10 mil. I dont think so somehow. Id say more around the 5.5 to 6 mil mark.

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    If he wants 10 million, he can go **** himself.

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    arange death of jerom james and edy cury throw them in hudson rivers make this look is accidental then pay nate roberson 10 milion from lifes insurance

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    Nate Robinson never said he was expecting 10 million a year. I'm sure the Knicks could re-sign him for 6-8 million a year. Robinson's a good player, but his stats are inflated. He's really a 15 point per game player who's beneftiting from playing on a team that has no leader, All Star, or true 1st or even 3rd scoring option.

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    Nate Robinson never said he was expecting 10 million a year. I'm sure the Knicks could re-sign him for 6-8 million a year. Robinson's a good player, but his stats are inflated. He's really a 15 point per game player who's beneftiting from playing on a team that has no leader, All Star, or true 1st or even 3rd scoring option.
    Great anaylsis.

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    Nate and lee are FAN-Favorite Players $$$

    The way this Knick Team was managed and coached this season.....I doubt if Nate or Lee are looking to resign with this Knick organization this offseason....Nate is an exciting fan attraction, a coachable team-player, plus he had Lebron James finally commit to next seasons Dunking contest.
    The next NBA team will offer Nate Robinson a 6 year contract worth $48M to $54M for his energy, creative excitement, and being a 5.8 underdog in the NBA.

    David Lee is a team-chemistry bigman that adds alot to any team he plays for so the next NBA team will not have a problem locking Lee up with a 6 year $72M contract. I would not be suprise if the Nets Rod Thorn have Vandeweigh offer Lee a 6 year offersheet to play alongside of C-Brook Lopez next season.

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    Originally Posted by Asimov
    i really dont think D'Antoni wants him next year....bye bye Nate
    After all the praise he's given him?

    I doubt that's true

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    i can confirm there are other suitors in the hunt for his services... but i dunno if ringling bros will pay him 10m either...

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    maybe we can sign and trade...

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