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Sep 2
12:25 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The last time the CBA was renegotiated, in 2005, a free pass was created for negligent owners. Basically, each team which was over the luxury tax was allowed to cut one player and remove their figure from their luxury tax bill. They still had to pay the player, but as far as luxury tax calculations were concerned, he disappeared immediately. After the jump, let's play a game about the possible strike next summer.
Feb 9
2:37 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Late last week, David Stern fired the first shot across the NBA Players' Union bow in what promises to be a contentious 18-month (minimum) negotiation over the NBA's Collective Bargaining Agreement. After the jump we'll take a look at some of the proposed changes and what they could mean to the Sixers in the long term.
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