The salary cap for the 20-21 season is expected to be no less than $109 million, according to the messaging teams have received from the league office.
“The teams I’ve talked to have said the cap will be no lower than $109 million,” said Bobby Marks on The Lowe Post. “That’s what they’ve been assured. It could be $111 million.
“When it comes to 21-22, teams are using $115 million as the number right now. I think that’s potentially going to be higher because I think revenue for 21 and 22 gets back to some type of normalcy. And that will certainly have what the league will use as a projection.”
Unlike most seasons, the cap won’t be an accurate representation of projected BRI.