Contradicting an early report, the Warriors were able to unload some money. They traded Jeremy Tyler to the Atlanta Hawks and Charles Jenkins to the Philadelphia 76ers, according to Ken Berger of CBS Sports.
Golden State gets a second-round pick each from Atlanta (Jeremy Tyler) and Philadelphia (Charles Jenkins) in its tax-driven salary dumps.
— Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) February 21, 2013
Golden State acquired a second-round pick in both deals, as Berger notes.
The Warriors accomplished what they wanted to heading into the final day of the deadline—dumping money. With both deals, they were able to get under the luxury tax, but don’t get any players in return either.