Higher-than-projected salary cap makes signing LeBron, Wade, Bosh more palatable
It's been an offseason full of surprises.
We've seen teams line up to pitch to LeBron James. Amare Stoudemire went to New York. Joe Johnson and Rudy Gay were maxed out to stay put. Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh formed a new power tandem in South Beach. James is holding a live TV special to announce his home for the next several years.
And now, another surprise -- the league released the salary-cap figure for the 2010-11 season, and at $58.044 million, it represents ...
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