• Warriors trade Tyler, Jenkins to get under tax

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 21, 2013
    The Warriors traded forward Jeremy Tyler to Atlanta and guard Charles Jenkins to Philadelphia along with cash considerations in separate salary-shedding deals Thursday to get under the league's luxury tax. Starting next season, the luxury tax will move to an incremental system. Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers saved some money and created future financial flexibility for the franchise at the NBA's trading deadline. Teams above that amount after the deadline will pay a dollar-for-dollar tax. Posted Feb 21, 2013&nbsp6:07 PM - Updated Feb 21, 2013&nbsp10:18 PM Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers saved some money and created future financial flexibility for the franchise at the NBA's trading deadline. In separate sit-downs in his office, Myers called the process of informing each player "emotional." "It's hard. I think it was hard for them. It's hard for us," Myers said.
    Sources: nba.com ESPN.com

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