The NBA's new broadcast agreement, slated to start in 2016, will increase the league's revenue by an unprecedented amount. The most obvious effect of the windfall will be a salary cap increase. Jonathan Givony of DraftExpress tweets projected numbers released to NBA teams.
New salary cap projections sent out to NBA teams: 2015-16: 67.1 million, tax 81.6, 2016-17: 89 million, tax 108. 2017-18: 108, 127 tax— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) April 17, 2015
Here's a table detailing the numbers reported by Givony:
By comparison the Trail Blazers' current salary obligations stand at $72 million. The Brooklyn Nets lead the league with an obligation of $88.5 million.
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