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  1. Salary cap projected to rise $5M

    Marc Stein

    The NBA has informed teams that it is projecting a rise in the salary cap of nearly $5 million for next season, which could aid clubs such as Chicago and Houston in their attempts to steal free agent-to-be Carmelo Anthony from the New York Knicks, ac...

    Blog | April 20, 2014
  2. NBA salary cap projected to rise nearly $5 million

    Marc Stein

    The NBA has informed teams that it is projecting a rise in the salary cap of nearly $5 million for next season, according to sources.

    Story | Conversation | April 19, 2014
  3. Los Angeles Lakers hit with luxury tax of over $29 million

    Marc Stein

    Six NBA teams have been billed for luxury-tax payments they owe for last season's payrolls, according to official league figures obtained by ESPN.com on Tuesday night. And the heftiest, not surprisingly, belongs to the Lakers.

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2013
  4. Sources: Knicks, Warriors eyeing Lin

    Marc Stein

    Jeremy Lin's second NBA season could resume this week, because the popular guard clears waivers Tuesday at 10 AM ET, according to a league source. The fact that Lin's salary for this season ($788,872) is not guaranteed makes it much easier for any...

    Blog | December 27, 2011
  5. Los Angeles Clippers claim Chauncey Billups off waivers

    Marc Stein

    The Clippers did manage to acquire a point guard even after the collapse of their trade for Chris Paul by unexpectedly claiming Chauncey Billups off waivers.

    Story | Conversation | December 12, 2011
  6. NBA teams to operate under $58M salary cap

    Marc Stein

    NBA teams found out Wednesday that the salary cap for next season will be nearly $2 million higher than anticipated, providing extra unforeseen cap space to several teams.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2010
  7. NBA memo: Prepare for lower cap in 2010-11

    Marc Stein

    A league memo warns that the salary cap for 2010-11 could be even lower, right when big names hit the market.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2009