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Trades May be Easier in New CBA
Posted By HOOPSWORLD On November 29, 2011 @ 6:57 am In All,Headlines,NBA Headlines | No Comments
Time to look a little further. Here are two cool things, especially for those of you who feast on player movement and possible trades.
1. It will be easier to make trades. Under the old labor agreement, the salaries of the traded players had to be within 125 percent (plus 100K) of each other. That will remain the case for taxpaying teams, but the new agreement also makes it muuuuch easier for non-tax teams to swing uneven trades. For those teams, it is 150 percent (plus 100K) of the salaries being traded, or the 100 percent of the salaries being traded plus $5 million. The limit on the amount of cash that can be included in a trade remains $3 million — but teams are now limited to trading $3 million in cash per season. So you can’t just dump $3 million into every trade as you could in the past.
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