Remember in July when the NBA revealed they had a really stupid high salary cap room for players at $94 million for this season? Well, if you were shocked by how much players got then, you’ll grit your teeth as you read how the cap has spiked to $103 million for the 2017-2018 season.
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NBA teams are burning more money for players in the free agency market than The Joker did that mountain of cash in The Dark Knight. In the latest NBA free agency news that makes you feel upset about not working hard enough on your hoop skills in high school, not having a 7-foot height, or shocked by how much money these NBA players are getting altogether, the NBA released a statement on Saturday about its salary cap for the 2016-2017 season. According to ESPN’s Marc Spears, the NBA salary cap is set to $94 million, with a tax level north of $114 million for next year.