Found July 04, 2013 on RealGM:
The Charlotte Bobcats will use the amnesty provision on Tyrus Thomas. The Bobcats decided to amnesty Thomas to create salary space for Al Jefferson. Thomas had two seasons left on his contract at upward of $8 million per year. Thomas was traded to the Bobcats in February of 2010.
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