2015/16 Salary Commitments: Warriors

With the NBA trade deadline passed, teams are focusing on locking down playoff spots or vying for a better chance in the draft lottery. Outside of the players who are added on 10-day deals, or those lucky enough to turn those auditions into long-term contracts, teams’ rosters are relatively set for the remainder of the season.

We at Hoops Rumors are in the process of taking a look ahead at each franchise’s salary cap situation heading into the summer, and the free agent frenzy that occurs every offseason. While the exact amount of the 2015/16 salary cap won’t be announced until July, the cap is projected to come in somewhere around $67.4MM, with the luxury tax threshold projected at approximately $81MM. This year’s $63.065MM cap represented  an increase of 7.7% over 2013/14, which was well above the league’s projected annual increase of 4.5%.

We’ll continue onward by taking a look at the Warriors’ cap outlook for 2015/16…

Here are the players with guaranteed contracts:

Here are the players with non-guaranteed contracts:

Players with options:

The Warriors’ Cap Summary for 2015/16:

  • Guaranteed Salary: $77,601,793
  • Options/Non-Guaranteed Salary: $5,831,023
  • Total: $83,432,816

The Basketball Insiders salary pages were used in the creation of this post.

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One thought on “2015/16 Salary Commitments: Warriors

  1. Sports Guy

    So.. they’re already over the Luxury tax limit, and they’re still going to try and bring back Draymond Green? Unless they use their draft picks to get rid of Iguodala or David Lee

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