The NBA’s salary cap for 2015/16 is set at $70MM, which is good for an 11% increase from last season, and the luxury tax line is fixed at $84.74MM. With the February 18th cutoff date for trades and the de facto deadline of March 1st for buyouts now past, we at Hoops Rumors are in the process of updating the salary cap commitments for each NBA franchise for the 2015/16 campaign. Here’s the cap breakdown for the Philadelphia 76ers, whose regular season roster can be viewed here:
- 2015/16 Salary Cap= $70,000,000
- 2015/16 Luxury Tax Line= $84,740,000
- Fully Guaranteed Salary Commitments= $63,214,237*
- Remaining Cap Room= $6,785,763
- Amount Below Luxury Tax Line= $21,197,863
*Note: This figure includes the $12,000,000 due JaVale McGee, the $10,105,855 owed to Gerald Wallace, the $2,836,768 due Furkan Aldemir, the $750,000 owed to Pierre Jackson, the $200,000 due Scottie Wilbekin, the $845,059 owed to JaKarr Sampson, the $6,178 in salary paid to Jordan McRae, the $222,392 due Christian Wood, the $183,883 owed to Phil Pressey, the $2,179,353 due Tony Wroten, the $6,178 paid to Jordan Railey and finally, the $3,089 paid to J.P. Tokoto, all of whom were waived by the team.
Cap Exceptions Available:
- Room= $1,539,424
Cash Available to Send Out In Trades= $3,400,000
Cash Available to Receive Via Trade= $2,400,000
Note: Despite the trade deadline having passed, the NBA season technically doesn’t end until June 30th. Teams are able to again make trades upon the completion of the regular season or when/if they are eliminated from the playoffs, whichever comes later. So these cash limits still apply.
The Basketball Insiders salary pages were used in the creation of this post.