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Sources: NBA Teams Told To Prepare For Significant Salary-Cap Bump In Coming Years

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 20 / 15

NBA teams at last week's BOG meetings in N.Y. were "advised that the league's salary cap could rise" past the $100M mark as soon as the '17-18 season, according to sources cited by Marc Stein of ESPN.com. Sources said that based on "current projections, league officials expect the salary cap to incr...

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