2015/16 Salary Commitments: Suns

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 Suns’ cap outlook for 2015/16…

Here are the players with guaranteed contracts:

Here are the players with non-guaranteed contracts:

  • None

Players with options:

The Suns’ Cap Summary for 2015/16:

  • Guaranteed Salary: $41,038,578
  • Options/Non-Guaranteed Salary: $2,170,465
  • Total: $43,509,043

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

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3 thoughts on “2015/16 Salary Commitments: Suns

    • Eddie Scarito

      The Suns can (and likely will) extend Knight a qualifying offer worth $4,790,680 to make him a restricted free agent this summer. No cap hold until that becomes official.

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  1. boston2az

    Good grief. Over $13 million for Bledsoe? What a waste of money.

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