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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 1:06 pm
hey bada, do you know the ball park figure for the 1st year of maximum contracts for amare, boozer, or joe johnson?
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 1:22 pm
There is SO much that goes into that. I would have to do some research and math to figure that out.

But basically only the 1st year of a multi-year deal applies to a maximum. From there, you are restricted in how much each year can be raised.

The maximum 1st year salary is based on years of service. 0-6 has the same max, 7-9 is a bit higher, 10+ higher than that.

Last year it was:
0-6 - $13,520,500 or 25% of the cap whichever is higher
7-9 - $16,224,600 or 25% of the cap whichever is higher
10+ - $18,928,700 or 25% of the cap whichever is higher

Now keep in mind that you do see salaries higher than this and this is because your new 1st year salary is NEVER less than 105% of your last years salary.

So if you max is $16,224,600 but you made $18,000,000, you could not make less than $18,900,000 in the 1st year of your new mutli year deal
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 11:16 am
From Steinmetz, Tolliver and Hunter won't receive qualifying offers.

With the NBA draft in his rearview window, Warriors general manager Larry Riley has turned his attention toward free agency – which begins July 1.

No, the Warriors are not going to be a player when it comes to the big names, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some formalities to be taken care of: Like qualifying offers.

Riley said on Monday that the Warriors will make qualifying offers to Anthony Morrow and C.J. Watson but will not extend one to center Chris Hunter. As for Anthony Tolliver, he’s not getting one, either, although Riley wouldn’t go so far as to confirm that.

What that means is that Morrow and Watson are officially restricted free agents, giving the Warriors the right of first refusal when it comes to re-signing them. Hunter and Tolliver will become unrestricted free agents on July 1.

The decision to not extend a qualifying offer to Tolliver likely has to do with numbers and the make-up of the team’s roster.

The Warriors have 14 players under contract, including Morrow and Watson. If the Warriors were to extend a qualifying offer to Tolliver, it would mean their roster would stand at 15, which would take away a little flexibility if a two-for-one deal were to come up.

In addition, with the selection of power forward Ekpe Udoh in last Thursday’s draft, the Warriors now have a plethora of frontcourt players. Andris Biedrins, Ronny Turiaf, Dan Gadzuric, Anthony Randolph, Brandan Wright and Udoh are all considered centers or power forwards.

By not extending a qualifying offer to Tolliver, Riley also has sent another message that he wants Randolph and Wright to get first crack at frontline minutes. Last season, Tolliver was one of coach Don Nelson’s favorite players, averaging 32 minutes per game.

Last week the Warriors traded Corey Maggette to the Milwaukee Bucks for Gadzuric and Charlie Bell. Riley said that move was made in large part to create more playing time at power forward for Randolph and Wright.

With Tolliver gone, Riley’s created even more room.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 11:21 am
Just like I predicted?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:02 pm
so glad to see Tolliver not offered
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:04 pm
bada wrote:so glad to see Tolliver not offered


They saw our posts and was like ... wait... Beast and Bada know their sh*t. Lets cut racoon face.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:06 pm
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bada wrote:so glad to see Tolliver not offered


They saw our posts and was like ... wait... Beast and Bada know their sh*t. Lets cut racoon face.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:09 pm
Beast Mode wrote:
bada wrote:so glad to see Tolliver not offered


They saw our posts and was like ... wait... Beast and Bada know their sh*t. Lets cut racoon face.


Yep, Beast and Bada are on the same wave length as the Warrior's FO ::lol: ::lol: ::lol:
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:13 pm
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Beast Mode wrote:
bada wrote:so glad to see Tolliver not offered


They saw our posts and was like ... wait... Beast and Bada know their sh*t. Lets cut racoon face.


Yep, Beast and Bada are on the same wave length as the Warrior's FO ::lol: ::lol: ::lol:


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Chum wrote:
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bada wrote:so glad to see Tolliver not offered


They saw our posts and was like ... wait... Beast and Bada know their sh*t. Lets cut racoon face.


Yep, Beast and Bada are on the same wave length as the Warrior's FO ::lol: ::lol: ::lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:42 pm
I have updated the first post in this thread with Udoh's rookie contract.

NOTE: This is just an estimate but almost assuredly is correct.

The 2010 rookie salary scale for the 6th pick is set to this:
1st year: $2,554,200
2nd year: $2,745,800
3rd year (team option): $2,937,400
4th year (team option): 26.8 % increase from previous year's salary
5th year qualifying offer: 33.4% increase from previous year's salary

Teams MUST construct a contract that is withing 80% and up to 120% of this scale. In almost EVERY circumstance, the player gets 120% of scale so this is the salary I listed. When he signs, I will adjust if necessary.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 10:14 pm
bada wrote:I have updated the first post in this thread with Udoh's rookie contract.

NOTE: This is just an estimate but almost assuredly is correct.

The 2010 rookie salary scale for the 6th pick is set to this:
1st year: $2,554,200
2nd year: $2,745,800
3rd year (team option): $2,937,400
4th year (team option): 26.8 % increase from previous year's salary
5th year qualifying offer: 33.4% increase from previous year's salary

Teams MUST construct a contract that is withing 80% and up to 120% of this scale. In almost EVERY circumstance, the player gets 120% of scale so this is the salary I listed. When he signs, I will adjust if necessary.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:41 pm
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bada wrote:I have updated the first post in this thread with Udoh's rookie contract.

NOTE: This is just an estimate but almost assuredly is correct.

The 2010 rookie salary scale for the 6th pick is set to this:
1st year: $2,554,200
2nd year: $2,745,800
3rd year (team option): $2,937,400
4th year (team option): 26.8 % increase from previous year's salary
5th year qualifying offer: 33.4% increase from previous year's salary

Teams MUST construct a contract that is withing 80% and up to 120% of this scale. In almost EVERY circumstance, the player gets 120% of scale so this is the salary I listed. When he signs, I will adjust if necessary.


Solid... big ups on keeping up with this man... not a lot of people appreciate it, but i think it's great and very useful...


tks... much appreciated 8th! :D
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2010 5:21 pm
Salary Cap announced at $58.044 million for 2010-2011., almost $2 million more than expected.

MLE starts at $5.765 million.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:21 pm
updated 1st post with finalized 2010-2011 cap and luxury tax figure
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