Originally Posted by silentassassin
Brought up some good points here.
The days where teams can carry $30+ mil in cap space and try to stay competitive solely with their young draft picks only to be able to spend like crazy in a certain offseason will be over.
The 89% cap floor will force teams to mull over every move they make and think more about their long-term future. Every dollar available for spending becomes that much more valuable.
My understanding of the way a lot of the salary stuff works isn't that strong, but I hope I'm at least on point.
I think you could also see teams try to sign contracts so that they can have expiring contracts at the same time. Try to do what the Heat did so you can go after a couple of elite players at one time.