Rondos contract and luxury tax

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    Rondos contract and luxury tax

    I was of the understanding that a team with a player that ends up n/a because of a year ending injury would qualify for a relief of luxury tax. Does thst not still apply? Or am I confusing this issue with another scenerio.

     
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    Re: Rondos contract and luxury tax

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    I was of the understanding that a team with a player that ends up n/a because of a year ending injury would qualify for a relief of luxury tax. Does thst not still apply? Or am I confusing this issue with another scenerio.

    "You're confusing this issue with another scenario."



    What was it then.. I do recall some kind of relief for a team that lost a high $ player due to injury.

    Thanks

     
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    Re: Rondos contract and luxury tax

    "You're confusing this issue with another scenario."

    What was it then.. I do recall some kind of relief for a team that lost a high $ player due to injury.



    If the Celtics lost Rondo to injury before Jan. 15, 2013, the Celtics could file for a disabled player exception. That would have enabled the Celtics to sign or trade for a player worth half of Rondo's salary of 11m. In other words, the Celtics could've gotten a 5.5m player. But since Rondo got hurt after Jan. 15, it is what it is.

    Thanks Pierce..as usual you are contract wise but sometime team foolish. (not in this case!). I do! appreciate the clarificatiion!

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