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In the end, Golden State will have the mid-level exception, which allows them to sign a player for more than $5 million in the first year, and the rookie exception, which allows them to sign Nedovic despite being over the cap. The Warriors also get to keep their Traded Player Exception(s), which allows them to absorb up to $23 million in contracts of players from another team. (NOTE: There is a chance they use a chunk of that TPE money on Iguodala.) Contra Costa Times

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Bogdanovic’s agent, Marc Cornstein, said on Monday that his client shares the goal of coming over to the NBA with King. “It’s still the case that he would like to come to the NBA, and the Nets would like to bring him over,” he said. “It is a more fluid situation now, though.” Cornstein would not comment on the specifics of Bogdanovic’s buyout, but NBA teams are, by rule, allowed to use $575,000 toward an international buyout, and that money is not charged against the salary cap. “What I would say about (the buyout) is that it is manageable to where he could come over this year if that’s how things work out,” Cornstein said. Sporting News

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