Off topic, but a point about the upcoming CBA:
Something to think about:"The only realistic scenario I'm hearing is that we don't come in with a true hard cap," a well-connected GM told me this week. "Maybe we'll be looking at a salary structure similar to what we're working under, with fewer years [on the max contracts] and a little money taken away at the end of the day from the players. So salaries and years will be coming down, but the CBA as it is will remain somewhat intact. But a hard cap, I don't see how it can work."
A hard cap would force the breakup of the Lakers and the Heat...the two teams with the biggest following.The Laker's Question
Let's say there will be a hard cap on salaries after this season. That means the league is probably going to have to break up the flagship rosters of the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat.
Overall good read.
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