Report: Warriors stand to benefit after NBA increases credit line for owners

League raises credit line by $75m to $325m, aiding high-payroll & luxury-taxed teams

Karl Buscheck
June 25, 2018 - 2:49 pm

The reigning champ Warriors got some good news when it comes to paying the hefty payroll and luxury-tax bills that loom on the horizon. Per a December report from Real GM, the team is projected to dish out more than $1.1 billion in player salary and luxury-tax payments between the 17-18 season and 20-21.

ESPN's scoop master Adrian Wojnarowski offers ups the specifics:

Here's quick look at how pricey next year will be, at least when it comes to the Hamptons 5:

*Stephen Curry: $37.4 million

*Klay Thompson: $18.9 million

*Draymond Green: $17.5 million

*Andre Iguodala: $16 million

Kevin Durant's impact on the cap remains TBD as the back-to-back Finals MVP is set to be a free agent.

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