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@JADubin5 agreed on all except Landry's K because that one confuses me. In general, if you match contracts because you don't let assets get away for nothing; you can't use that money on someone else anyway; and basically any contract can be traded for something at some point, then why is not matching Landry a good thing? Is it because what you could get for him would be less valuable than his $7M per? Or because he doesn't fit and so letting him walk for nothing is a positive versus negative? Or something else?
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