"That comes to about $2.2 million each year counting against our cap over the next 7 years which will be pennies with a new CBA and salary cap that is set to exceed $90 million"
Are the Bucks better off absorbing more of that hit now that we won't be resigning Knight?
I for one am glad Sanders is gone. I thought it was a ridiculous signing contract when it came out
and it has proven true. I do have sympathy for him IF his problems stem from his health, be it
physical or mental.
I don't know why a guy with his resources resorts to 'weed' if he hadn't used it prior.
He can go to the best physicians in the country with the money he makes.
To 'use' weed for his supposed problems just strikes me as incredibly ignorant. I realize
he may well be that ignorant, but the Bucks should have been able to direct the guy in
the correct direction. It appears the Bucks did attempt that, yet Sanders still went his
He wont be the first guy to 'dope' himself out of the NBA and wont be the last.
The guy does have talent, I will give you that. Everyone on this site has probably played
sports with guys who had all the talent and tools, yet the decided alcohol or drugs was
the way for them to go. You cant always help people - people have to actually WANT to
be helped before you can help them.