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Al Horford is a potential amnesty candidate for Philadelphia 76ers

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When the Philadelphia 76ers brought in Al Horford on a 4-year $109 million deal in the offseason of 2019, the team was expecting to have one of the top defenses in the league and be able to bully teams on offense. Per ESPN’s Bobby Marks, a new amnesty clause has been proposed that would allow teams to waive any player currently in a long-term contract and completely eliminate their cap hits off team payroll. The Sixers are already heading into next season $8 million over the luxury tax for a $13 million luxury tax payment.

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