According to Bobby Marks of ESPN, the Oklahoma City Thunder may think about waiving forward Kyle Singler to save money on the luxury tax for the next season. Using the stretch provision on Singler, who will make 4.9 mln next season, will save more than 20 mln in luxury tax and salary.
Singler's deal will expire in 2020 but the last year of the contract is non guaranteed.
On the stretch provision, keep an eye on OKC and Kyle Singler. The Thunder would see their tax bill drop from $93.19M to $73.78M if they waive Singler. The waiver would save OKC a combined $23.4M in tax and salary this season.— Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42) 27 agosto 2018