Was wondering when the Pacers gave Ayton his offer sheet, and everyone and their mother knows the Suns will match, why not either try to get him for real, or punish the Suns for not maxing him themselves by putting incentives into the contract? can’t players make more with unlikely incentives? Could the Pacers have put a 15% incentive in there like “finish top 4 in the team standings” or “hit one more three than last year” which would be unlikely incentives which would still pay even if the Suns match? Could they even be really dick and include an incentive like “score 200 points in talking stick arena” as an incentive?
And no trade kicker on the offer sheet? Seems like the Pacers were doing the Suns a favor almost.