POSTED: Jul 16, 2014 9:28 AM ET
For the first five years of the NBA's collective bargaining agreement, each team will be permitted to waive one of its player contracts that was in effect prior to the 2011-12 season and have 100 percent of the player's salary removed from the team's salary for salary cap and tax purposes.
The team must still pay the waived player and each team may use this provision only once over the life of the agreement.
Past Amnesty Trackers:
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| Amnesty player: Carlos Boozer |
After signing with the Bulls in 2010, Boozer has been waived by Chicago. The veteran forward had one year and about $16.8 million remaining on his contact. An 12-year NBA veteran, Boozer averaged 15.5 points and 9.0 rebounds in 280 games with the Bulls.
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|2013-14 record: 48-34|
Current Players Waived Via Amnesty Provision:
In addition, here is a team-by-team breakdown of players waived via the amnesty provision since its inception before the 2011-12 season: