We’ve summarized what Golden State Warriors fans can expect from their squad in terms of salary cap space this offseason. Below you’ll find lists of the players expected back on the roster, the team’s potential free agents and a number of insights about questions the franchise will face before the 2021 campaign.
In addition to a summary for each of the 30 teams (accessible in the link grid below), we’ve also tiered the top NBA free agents league-wide and published a general comparison of all teams’ cap space. Follow @SLAMnewswire on Twitter for constant offseason updates as we head into free agency.
Projected Roster Players
|Marquese Chriss||$1,824,003||$800,000 Guaranteed|
|Damion Lee||$1,762,796||$600,000 Guaranteed|
Projected Free Agents
2020 NBA Draft Picks
|2020 Pick #2||$8,730,240|
|2020 Pick #48||No Cap Hold|
|2020 Pick #51||No Cap Hold|
- Taxpayer Mid-Level Exception – $5,718,000
- Andre Iguodala Trade Exception – $17,185,185
Key Offseason Decisions
- Do the Warriors keep their non-guaranteed players or waive them to lessen their tax bill? Golden State is the only NBA without a single pending free agent. That leaves their decisions to their non-guaranteed players.
Projected Team Salary
Without a single pending free agent, the Warriors have to decide if they are going to keep their non-guaranteed players. All have proven to have value. Ky Bowman, Mychal Mulder and Juan Toscano-Anderson all played well at points this season. Marquese Chriss and Damion Lee both have significant guaranteed money. Expect all to be back and for Golden State to commit to a healthy tax bill following the season. (@KeithSmithNBA)
Cap Space Forecast
-$48,475,008 (22nd out of 30). $10,435,604 over the Luxury Tax.