Rasual Butler’s cap number was $4,045,000, but $100,000 of that was a bonus/incentive for “team achievements.” The Hornets, in turn, get that $4.045M as a trade exception. The Clippers, meanwhile, absorb Butler using $3,945,000 of their $7.3M trade exception from the Randolph-Richa[...]
The acquisition of Rasual Butler immediately puts the the Clippers’ starting small forward spot in play. Butler would undeniably give the Clippers’ starting unit a headier defensive presence on the perimeter and a greater ability to stretch the floor offensively. Mike Dunleavy has been l[...]
From Marc Stein of ESPN.com: The New Orleans Hornets, in a move to shed some payroll after the recent acquisition of Emeka Okafor, have agreed to trade swingman Rasual Butler to the Los Angeles Clippers for a future second-round pick, according to NBA front-office sources. Butler Butler The trade is[...]
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