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Paul Zipser
Paul Zipser
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Born: 02/18/94
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
For Bartelstein and Parker, a $20 million guarantee after the past injuries and an uneven final season with Milwaukee is the best possible outcome to the choppy waters of restricted free agency. Now, Chicago needs to renounce Noah Vonleh, David Nwaba and waive Paul Zipser and Julyan Stone to create the $20M in salary cap space needed to sign Parker.
5 days ago via ESPN
Storyline: David Nwaba Free Agency
Update on the Bulls cap situation after the Sean Kilpatrick waiver: Chicago is still operating as a team over the cap based on the $8.6 (midlevel), $3.4 (bi-annual), $9.0 (trade), $2.6 (trade) and $1.3 (trade) million exception combined with the $10.5 million Noah Vonleh and $1.7 million David Nwaba free agent hold. The maximum cap space that Chicago can create is $20.4 million but would come at the cost of losing the above exceptions. The Bulls have a July 18 guaranteed date on the $1.5 million Paul Zipser contract and August 1 for the $1.6 million Julyan Stone cap hit. July 13 is also the last date to pull the qualifying offer for Nwaba without the consent of the player. The Bulls have 12 guaranteed contracts.
7 days ago via ESPN
When asked by Rhein Neckar newspaper what his future holds, Paul Zipser didn’t hold back. “I’m pretty sure for my career that I do not want to relive a year like the past. I just do not see any sense. The fun factor is not there, as I love him otherwise in this sport.” The Bulls have an option until mid-July, until then they have to say if they want to keep me or not. I would not be surprised if they no longer want me. Actually, I’m pretty sure I will not play in Chicago soon.”
Storyline: Paul Zipser Free Agency
When talking to Rhein Neckar newspaper, Paul Zipser didn’t sound happy about the way the second season went. “I think we had a philosophy in the club that I simply did not like anymore. There were many rotations that would not normally happen in a team. All this change was difficult for everyone – and especially for me personally. In the beginning it was not properly communicated to the players. Only later came the announcement that you would like to change something in the rotation, but as a player we could do nothing about it. That finally destroyed the team spirit.”