OFFICIAL 2016 @HEAT PLAYOFF THREAD - Page 70
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Udrih, apparently wanting to help the franchise, agreed to leave enough of his $2.17 million salary on the table to help the Heat with their tax situation, sources said. By getting out of the tax, the Heat save about $110,000 in taxes and are now in line to receive a $2.6 million payout from tax-paying teams.
i knew Joe Johnson would fit in perfect. dude has been contributing more than any pickup we got in the past year or two except for whiteside ALREADY. showing it was a great move.
"we should trade him while we can still get something for him" they said.