Quote of the Day
"We’re fine without one, and we probably make more money without one. And the city makes more money without one."-- AEG President & CEO Tim Leiweke, on there not being an urgency to land an anchor tenant for Sprint Center. (K.C. STAR, 9/28)
NBA owners yesterday made a “modest push from their rigid stance on implementing a hard salary cap,” according to sources cited by Adrian Wojnarowski of YAHOO SPORTS. The owners proposed at the CBA negotiating session “an idea similar to the current system that allows teams to pay a luxury tax for going over the cap.” The new proposal now means there would be "ultra-punitive measures against higher-spending teams.” The current system has teams “pay a dollar-for-dollar tax for exceeding the cap.” A source said the owners' proposal yesterday "would still have the affects of a hard cap.” Sources said that the owners “didn’t budge on a desire to change the basketball-related income pe ...
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