The Lakers lead the way with 78 million in guaranteed contracts for next season. The Nets are last at 9.4 million. In between, there are 28 other teams, including the Warriors.
You can see the complete list at HoopsRumors.com, but here is what you need to know:
-The salary cap and luxury tax threshold are expected to be approximately the same was they were this season (roughly 58 million for the cap and 70 million for the luxury tax).
-The Warriors have the ninth-most money guaranteed to players for next season. The estimation, according to HoopsRumors.com, is 55,957,097.
-Of the eight teams ahead of the Warriors on the guaranteed-money list for 2012-13, seven made the playoffs this season, with the Detroit Pistons being the only exception. Two of those teams ahead of the Warriors are currently playing in the NBA Finals.
-The Kings rank 20th on the list with 42,475,790 in guaranteed contracts for next season.
-The other three teams in the Pacific Division rank first (Lakers, 78M), 12th (Clippers, 50M) and 26th (Suns, 30M).