So Much Money to Spend on No One

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    I like my team and like the coach too. Gasol and Bynum are great trade assets but for that we'll have to wait and see. Hope Bynum stops getting hurt. He rested more with the lock out. But all those games we have to play could be fatal for Bynum. Bynum will only play 61 games.
     
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    Could be. Jerry West is great at seeing potential in players. Never wanted him to leave but he showed Kupchak some tricks. Good Night, gotta go.
     
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    Don't fret ... pretty soon the Lakers won't even be able to do a S&T (if they stay above the luxury tax cap)

    New Rules:

    /> When the league was unable to negotiate a hard cap, they settled for the next best thing -- a more punitive luxury tax that will make teams think twice before committing to a higher payroll. For example, the Lakers' tax bill in 2011 (when the tax was dollar-for-dollar) was about $19.9 million. Under the new system, being that far over the tax line would cost them $44.68 million. If they were a repeat offender (paying tax at least four of the previous five years) they would owe $64.58 million!

    /> Starting in 2013-14, teams more than $4 million above the tax level cannot receive a player in a sign-and-trade transaction.
     
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    We'll have enough $ for Austin Rivers and VMs for Ray & KG anyway ... you're right about that.
     

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