NBA's New CBA RULE-->>

The Golden State Warriors have established themselves as one of the greatest 

dynasties in NBA history, winning four championships with their core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson,

and Draymond Green. However, with the new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) set to take effect on July 1, 2023,

the Warriors' future as we know them may be uncertain. Under the new CBA, the salary cap will be approximately $7 million above the luxury tax line,

and teams above the apron will lose several benefits, including the non-taxpayer mid-level exception,

the bi-annual exception, and the ability to sign and move players. Despite this, the Warriors were able to 

sign Donte DiVincenzo in free agency this past winter due to the lesser taxpayer mid-level exception.

Currently, the Warriors have approximately $148.2 million in guaranteed salaries on their books for the upcoming season between Stephen Curry,

Klay Thompson, Jordan Poole, and Andrew Wiggins alone, and they are only $125,000 below the second apron. This is before

taking into account Draymond Green, who can exercise his $27.6 million player option for the 2023-2024 season and become an unrestricted free agent.

DiVincenzo also has the option to forego his $4.7 million player option and join Green in unrestricted free agency.