Elfrid signed for 120% of the number for his slot. That's what most guys sign for and is the max deal he could get
Yes, the hatter does receive a portion of his check from a corporation in Texas.
But the guy lives and work in Baton Rouge, you pay Louisiana taxes. If he lived in Texas it would make a difference, but he would still pay Louisiana taxes for the work he did in Louisiana as a non resident. One year I had to file tax returns for 4 different states.
He knows how to play the game of basketball. So you never count Elfrid Payton out." Payton, who averaged 19.3 points a game as a junior for the Ragin' Cajuns, was at his best when he was able to penetrate. He threw up a lob in the first quarter that ...
We're not talking about the best prospects or the guys with the most potential. These are the prospects who are going to come into the league and start immediately growing and maturing as players.
Here is a little more about Elfrid, not sure if this was posted. Click on the arrow to the right and he is next up.
Oh gosh. Twitter blows some minds on here and now you bring up reddit?!? Monster!!
Seriously though. I love that EP's focus is always on his defensive play. Good stuff. Thanks for sharing.
Yeah, I figured I wouldn't get a single response but it's a cool little interview.
Thanks for posting.
Coach HUD needs to do an AMA in the college football sub. He has a bit of a cult following there with all the workout videos. He would give UL great pub too.
Being from Weber Stare, Lillard has also served as hope for small school players, especially former Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns' and current Orlando Magic point guard Elfrid Payton. Payton is a player Lillard has watched and heaped praise upon.
Thought some people might be interested.
Article about Shawn Long becoming the main option with the departure of Elfrid.