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NBA sets US$101.9m salary cap for 2018-19 season
    2018-07-02  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

NBA teams will be working with a salary cap of US$101.86 million for the coming season, with a luxury tax level of US$123.73 million.

The U.S. basketball league released those figures Saturday night, hours before the annual moratorium starts and teams can begin negotiating with free agents.

The figures are virtually the same as what teams have been expecting for some time.

With the cap set, the exact amounts of the various exceptions are also known.

The non-taxpayer midlevel exception is US$8.64 million, the taxpayer midlevel is US$5.33 million, and the midlevel for teams with salary-cap space will be US$4.44 million.

The new numbers mean that the max salary LeBron James could sign to stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers is US$206.79 million over five years. If James signs with a new team, the max would be four years, US$153.3 million.

Among the most interesting numbers in the memo were the projections for the 2019-20 cap, which is up to US$109 million, and then 2020-21, which is up to US$116 million.

The minimum team salary for the 2018-19 season is US$91.68 million.

The moratorium ends at 12:01 p.m. ET Friday, when free-agent signings can become official.

(SD-Agencies)

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