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Sixers Capology: Why Lower Cap = Better for Sixers

The NBA not making as much money as expected lowered the cap number. Unlike everything else ever, this could work out well for the Sixers.

Poor Thibs. Click on the name for full animation. Credit to Wake for posting the initial GIF. I...

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Poor Thibs. Click on the name for full animation. Credit to Wake for posting the initial GIF. I just had to add the faces of JR and Thibs. I'll probably get banned for this, but screw it. It's been an honor, guys. Lol

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Splash! Splash! The story of our lives.

Red Sox Updated Payroll Figures

Alex Speier has payroll estimates for Boston, and it does not look like Boston is going cheap.

The Trail Blazers And The New Luxury Tax Rules

Recent reports have given us a better idea of what the tax threshold for NBA teams will be in 2011-12 and 2012-13. How will the threat of paying luxury tax impact future personnel decisions by the Portland Trail Blazers?

Why TV Rights Matter: A Counter-Proposal

TV rights in Spanish football have created a tiered league where competitive imbalance reigns. A look into what Major League Baseball does to keep fans in smaller markets happy.

Tim Donahue on the NBA collective bargaining agreement.

The CBA: My Last, Best Offer by Tim Donahue A few days ago, David Aldridge published his ideas to avert the work stoppage. While the NBA Blogosphere and Twitterverse were both very receptive to Mr. Aldridge’s ideas, I was not. The unfortunate few who follow me on Twitter (@toothpicksray) saw my criticisms. These primarily centered around the $20 million exception and the bi-annual amnesty clause. Though I still would not like to see his proposals implemented, my complaints were unfair in two aspects. First, I did not give sufficient weight to his 50/50 BRI split. Second, I committed the sin of attacking someone’s ideas without offering alternatives of my own. What follows are my alternatives for a 10-year CBA. http://www.eightpointsnineseconds.com/2011/06/the-cba-my-last-best-offer/

Great Luxury Tax Summary

Sham breaks down the Luxury Tax in a really good read. "So, if you want to team to cross over into tax territory in order to make your desired transaction, ask yourself if it's worth both the extra tax payments and the loss of that rebate to the owners. Because it probably isn't."

CBA CLE Basics

Basics on the NBA's CBA

How the Wizards can use the lower-than-expected 2010 cap projection to their advantage

A look at how the Wizards can benefit from the lower 2010/2011 luxury tax and salary cap projections by becoming buyers and lowering their 2009/10 luxury tax bill.

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