On November 20th, Beijing time, ESPN reporter Wernarowski reported that the deal between the Warriors and the Thunder has been officially concluded. The Warriors sent a protected first-round pick for 2021 and got Oublay, who was just handed over by the Thunder. The deal stipulates that if the Warriors are ranked 21-30th in the new season, they will give the Thunder this first round. If the Warriors are in the top 20, they will give the Thunder two second-round picks.
Uber was sent to Oklahoma City in the Thunder Sun’s deal with Paul. Now, Oklahoma City, which aims to rebuild, has sent him out again and continues to stock up on the first round of picks. In the 2019-20 season, Oublay averaged 18.7 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 1.5 assists, shooting 45.2% from the field and 35.2% from the three-point range.
The Warriors traded Iguodala last summer, creating a $17.2 million trade exception, and the Warriors also used this exception to catch the pick and get Uber. The Warriors deal is related to Thompson’s season reimbursement.
Warriors boss Lacob is willing to pay the luxury tax, which also gave the Warriors the green light to introduce Oubre. After all, including Uber’s salary, the Warriors’ luxury tax has risen to $134 million. If there are other operations in the future, the Warriors’ luxury tax may continue to increase.
Earlier, salary expert Bobby Marks reported that the Warriors will apply for a $9.3 million injury exception. This exception can be used to sign a one-year contract or transaction, and it will expire on April 17 next year. According to regulations, after a player in the team is reimbursed for an injury season, the team can apply to the league for an injury exception. The size of the exception is half of the player’s salary, but the maximum is not more than the full middle class, which is 9.3 million US dollars.
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