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Keeping Up With The Bobcats Salary Space

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I still don't understand how the heat can 3 players with max contracts which should take up over 75% of their entire salary yet they still have money to sign basically anyone they want.


We don't even have one max contract and yet we're basically broke.


Exactly!
And look up there in Brooklyn.

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Can NBA players take pay cuts/restructures like in the NFL?

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The Heat are over the luxury tax by a bunch, and are paying a lot of money to the league because of it.

It works for them because they are winning championships. If you aren't a very good team, you don't want to be over the luxury tax because you are paying extra to suck.

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Can NBA players take pay cuts/restructures like in the NFL?


I'm not 100% sure on this, but I believe they can... However, since the NBA features a soft cap (meaning you can go over the cap, but you have to pay extra to the league), no one is ever asked to.

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Counting McRoberts new deal and Hendo's QO the Bobcats are over 57 million in salary.

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Updated, and I made it more reader friendly for you guys.

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The Bobcats can match any offer for Hendo up to 5.4 roughly before going into the luxury tax to retain him. Going to be funny to have a 26-35 win team that's in the luxury tax. 

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The Bobcats can match any offer for Hendo up to 5.4 roughly before going into the luxury tax to retain him. Going to be funny to have a 26-35 win team that's in the luxury tax. 

 

Hey my number was $100,000 off from yours... at $57,303,875

 

I double checked everything, can you tell me how you got your number? I want to make sure I have the right number for the thread.

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Um...I am going to go ahead and just bid one dollar Bob.
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Hey my number was $100,000 off from yours... at $57,303,875

 

I double checked everything, can you tell me how you got your number? I want to make sure I have the right number for the thread.

 

The difference is between the 57,296,451 number and yours is a total of 7,424 dollars. That's pretty close. 

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The difference is between the 57,296,451 number and yours is a total of 7,424 dollars. That's pretty close.


True lol

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The Bobcats can match any offer for Hendo up to 5.4 roughly before going into the luxury tax to retain him. Going to be funny to have a 26-35 win team that's in the luxury tax.


Lol. I'm so ready for that Gordon contract to come off.
Anything more than 5.4, I say just let the man walk and play Gordon. We'd be in position to draft a replacement next year too.

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