Les Warriors, le reste de la NBA a sérieusement les nerfs…

The Warriors, the rest of the NBA has serious nerves…

The Golden State Warriors won the NBA title this season. But at the same time, the Californian franchise also exploded the counters financially. With a payroll of $175 million, the Dubs had to settle a hefty bill in “luxury tax” : $170 million.

A record in NBA history. An operating model assumed by the owner of the Warriors Joe Lacob. To win, the businessman is not afraid to take out the checkbook. But this management is seriously starting to annoy in the League…

“I already have problems with the rest of the league. We have problems with who we are. In fact, in Vegas, I will be at the NBA board of governors meeting on Tuesday. And let me tell you, they are not happy.

It’s not just us. Other teams now fall under the ‘luxury tax’. We’ve kind of created a hole in the system and that’s not a good thing from a league perspective. They don’t want that to happen. And there are limits.

I’m not going to say which ones, but there are limits to what you can do,” Lacob told The Athletic.

Limits that explain the patience of the Warriors in the files Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole. In the meantime, Golden State will still pay dearly this season to try the back-to-back.

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