If this is the case (and I'd certainly bet that way) than for the good of the league Garber has to do everything in his power to force them to sell. This shit is barely tolerable in Bumblefuck markets let alone the largest market in the US.
I think the clear implication is that the lack of spending and refusal to give Taxi a raise is a RBG directive. Hamlett isn't not spending money out of his respect for the Red Bull corporate balance sheet, he isn't spending money because Red Bull has not given him any money. I thought Hamlett's comments about going to his bosses and making the case for any signing was very telling. Hamlett is trying to send a clear message that his hands are tied when it comes to the check book. Obviously Hamlett and Armas do not want to lose Kemar, unfortunately for them, they do not have the power necessary to give him what he wants.
Hamlett may or may not be a good sporting director, but I do not think any sporting director would be able to do very much facing the same constraints.
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