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GSW, GP2 trade finally proceeds… Still Failing the Physical 

It seems that the Golden State Warriors (hereinafter referred to as the Goals) will sign Gary Feint II (30).

According to The Athletic’s Shams Canary, Goles decided to proceed with a four-way trade involving Peyton II.

Goles recruited Peyton II, who failed the physical examination (physical test). Gols won the championship trophy with Peyton II at the finals last year.

Peyton II will be sidelined for about three months with an abdominal injury, according to a medical examination by Gols medical staff. In response, Goles filed a complaint with the NBA Bureau, alleging that the Portland Treasury Blazers had concealed his injury. The office accepted Goles’ claims, launched an investigation, and could face disciplinary action against Portland, including forfeiture of future draft picks or fines.

Goles claimed that Podlant gave Peyton II injections of toradol (a powerful drug that provides short-term relief from severe pain) throughout the season. However, Aaron Goodwin, Peyton II’s agent, explained through Blitzer Report’s Chris Haynes, “My client never used Toradol injections while in Portland.”

Previously, Peyton II spent two seasons with the Goals and even won the championship, then signed a three-year, $26M (approximately 32.9 billion won) contract with Portland. He then underwent abdominal surgery this offseason and missed the first 35 games of the 2022-23 season. Since then, he has played 15 games for Portland, averaging 17 minutes per game, averaging 4.1 points and 2.6 rebounds.

On the 10th, Goals sent 2020 NBA draft second pick James Wiseman to the Detroit Pistons and traded Shadik Bay to the Atlanta Hawks. Immediately, Goles gave Portland Kevin Knox and five second-round picks to complete the four-legged trade for Peyton II. 카지노사이트

However, after the NBA trade deadline passed, Goles could neither amend his deal nor seek a new one. Goles had to either accept the terms of the agreement or cancel the entire deal and return the players and draft picks to their original positions.

With this trade, Goles can save about 35 million dollars (about 44.4 billion won) in luxury tax. This made Lacob’s owner never give up on the Peyton II trade. Recently, owner Joseph Ray Cobb has expressed that he is feeling the burden of his punitive luxury tax.

Meanwhile, the Goals lost to the Los Angeles Lakers 109-103, 6 points in a game held at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California on the 12th. On this day, Peyton II watched the game with general manager Bob Myers and the club’s front desk.

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