Warriors

The Warriors went undefeated in preseason play, and certainly looked like they're ready for the real games to start. A few roster moves were made after Friday night's win over the Portland Trail Blazers, likely finalizing the group that Golden State will enter the 2021-22 NBA regular season with.

As things currently stand, the Warriors' roster consists of 14 players on standard NBA contracts and one player (Chris Chiozza) on a two-way contract. That leaves Golden State with two open roster spots: one standard and one two-way.

The salary cap for the 2021-22 NBA season is set at $112,414,000. The Warriors' current total cap hit comes out to $174,189,694 -- the highest of any team in the league -- which includes Shaun Livingston's final dead cap hit of $666,667.

The luxury tax apron for the 2021-22 season is set at $143,002,000. The Warriors currently are $31,187,694 above that apron, which amounts to $159,898,091 in projected luxury tax payments.

Source : https://www.nbcsports.com/bayarea/warriors/warriors-total-roster-cost-2021-22-nba-season-over-334m

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Warriors waive Bradley, Payton II, Bell, choose to keep 15th roster spot open

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Warriors waive Bradley, Payton II, Bell, choose to keep 15th roster spot open

Warriors waive Avery Bradley, Gary Payton II, Mychal Mulder and Jordan Bell, keep final roster spot open

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Warriors waive Avery Bradley, Gary Payton II, Mychal Mulder and Jordan Bell, keep final roster spot open

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry scores 41, puts on show in preseason finale

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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry scores 41, puts on show in preseason finale

Warriors vs. Trail Blazers: Live stream, how to watch, TV channel, start time for preseason finale on Oct. 15

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Warriors vs. Trail Blazers: Live stream, how to watch, TV channel, start time for preseason finale on Oct. 15