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09-29-2003, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Other Dave
Incorrect. The NBA CBA went the other route, hiding player salaries instead of opening the books. There is no requirement for a public accounting of team revenues in this kind of salary cap scheme, only that 'designated' revenues (as distinct from total revenues or anciliary profit advantages) be shared with representatives of the players' union.

Other Dave
Not incorrect. If the PA were to agree to a cap, the percentage would be made public as would the actual cap. One could easily figure out total league revenues based on those numbers.

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