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NBA Lowers Its 2017-18 Salary Cap Projection From $107M to $102M 1

NBA Lowers Its 2017-18 Salary Cap Projection From $107M to $102M

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The NBA’s salary cap projection for the 2017-18 season has dropped from $107 million to $102 million, according to a league memo distributed by the league to its member teams. The luxury tax projection has dropped in turn, from $127 million to
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NBA Salary Cap for 2016-17 Set at $94.143M, Tax at $113.287M 0

NBA Salary Cap for 2016-17 Set at $94.143M, Tax at $113.287M

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On Wednesday July 7 at 12:01 a.m. ET, the NBA’s 2016-17 season begins. That’s when the league’s salary cap, luxury tax threshold, maximum salaries and other figures all adjust to their new values; when free agents can be can signed; and when
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NBA Increases 2016-17 Salary Cap Projection to $92M, Tax to $111M 0

NBA Increases 2016-17 Salary Cap Projection to $92M, Tax to $111M

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Miami Heat Drop Below the Luxury Tax With Two Trades 4

Miami Heat Drop Below the Luxury Tax With Two Trades

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The Miami Heat completed a pair of trades prior to the 3 p.m. NBA trade deadline, achieving their season-long goal of dropping below the NBA’s $84.74 million luxury tax threshold. As a result, Heat fans will almost surely not hear the words
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Miami Heat Trades Chris Andersen, Adds Brian Roberts In Tax-Savings Deal 0

Miami Heat Trades Chris Andersen, Adds Brian Roberts In Tax-Savings Deal

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The Miami Heat has traded big man Chris Andersen and two future second-round draft picks and received back point guard Brian Roberts, as part of a three-team trade that includes the Memphis Grizzlies and Charlotte Hornets. Shooting guard Courtney Lee will go from
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Heat Trade Mario Chalmers to the Memphis Grizzlies 0

Heat Trade Mario Chalmers to the Memphis Grizzlies

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The Miami Heat announced Tuesday night that it has traded veteran guard Mario Chalmers to the Memphis Grizzlies. The Heat, in a four-player swap, sent Chalmers and forward James Ennis to the Grizzlies in exchange for guard Beno Udrih and forward Jarnell
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NBA Salary Cap For 2015-16 Hits $70.0M, Luxury Tax At $84.7M 7

NBA Salary Cap For 2015-16 Hits $70.0M, Luxury Tax At $84.7M

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On Thursday July 9 at 12:01 a.m. ET, the NBA’s 2015-16 season begins. That’s when the league’s salary cap, luxury tax threshold, maximum salaries and other figures all adjust to their new values; when free agents can be can signed; and when
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NBA Issues Updated Salary Cap Guidance to Teams 0

NBA Issues Updated Salary Cap Guidance to Teams

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NBA Sets Salary Cap and Tax Level Numbers for 2014-15 0

NBA Sets Salary Cap and Tax Level Numbers for 2014-15

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On Thursday July 10 at 12:01 a.m. ET, the NBA’s 2014-15 season begins. That’s when the league’s salary cap, luxury tax threshold, maximum salaries and other figures all adjust to their new values. Most NBA business ceases for the first several days
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League-Wide Spending is Down, Keeping Luxury Tax Projection Up 0

League-Wide Spending is Down, Keeping Luxury Tax Projection Up

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Those among us who have been biding our time until the start of the 2013-14 NBA season by creating hypothetical machinations whereby the Miami Heat maintains and extends its current dominance into the 2014-15 season and beyond are quietly getting some good
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