Cavs Notes: Irving, Love, Bennett

The Cavaliers are poised to enter the season ahead as favorites to return to the Finals, though that status comes at a cost. They already have about $95MM in guaranteed salary for the season ahead, and a new deal for Tristan Thompson would send that figure, and the tax bill that comes with it, even higher. Thompson on the qualifying offer would give the Cavs a tax bill of roughly $34MM. A max offer, one that Thompson is reportedly insisting upon, would push Cleveland’s tax bill to about $70MM. That would be on top of about $111MM in payroll, bringing the team within hailing distance of Brooklyn’s record outlay of some $190MM in 2013/14. While the Cavs ponder those figures, see the latest from Cleveland:

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2 thoughts on “Cavs Notes: Irving, Love, Bennett

  1. Dave R

    Is Anthony Bennett the biggest bust at number 1 ever? I’m voting yes. Yeah that’s right Candy Man and Greg Oden. your off the hook!


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