The NBA has been fined the Warriors her Joe Lacob $500,000 for breaching the league’s policy regarding public discussion of collective bargaining talks, which are currently ongoing between the league and the players’ association, according to sources. Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN.
“The hardest thing of all is dealing with this luxury tax, unfortunately. I’m back in New York this week for business meetings. I am a member of the committee. And you know, obviously, the league wants everyone to have a chance and right now, there’s a certain element out there that believes we “win the checkbook…” We won because we have the most salaries in our squad.
“The truth is, we’re only $40 million more than the luxury tax. Now, that’s not a small number but it’s not a huge number. We crossed the $200 million total because most of that is an incredibly punitive luxury tax. What I consider unfair and I will say in this podcast I hope will come back to those who listen to it. It obviously helps me to say this, but I think it’s a very unfair system because our team is built on … all the top eight players were drafted by this team. “
Lacobe was referring to “refined.” Luxury Tax Fines Awarded to teams, such as the Warriors, who have been the taxpayer in three of the previous four seasons. Last season, Golden State broke a record $170331194 Pay luxury taxes – almost break the former at the league level Record total luxuries tax payments, which were $173.3 million in 2002/03. 21/22’s seven tax-paying teams broke that record with a staggering $481,021,386 total..
The Warriors is expected to have a luxury tax bill of $181.3 million in 22/23, according to ESPN’s Bobby Marks, who Tweets That bill could swell to over $200 million on 23/24 if the team submitted Andrew Wiggins And the Jordan Paul Accessories.
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