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06-03-2005, 10:57 AM
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Originally Posted by True Blue
Currently there is no system where a players' contract counts against the cap for more than one team. Not in the NBA, not in the NFL. Until anything is done to the contrary, I do not believe that there will be a system to the contrary. It's not like Brooks hasn't reported 100% reality all the time.
That's because the NBA and NFL don't allow money to be transfered in trades.Have you ever heard of any trade where David Stern or Paul Tagliabue had to approve of any cash in a trade?

The MLB allows teams to share money.It's called money in and money out.Alex Rodriguez is making $21 million this season.The Yankees are paying $15 million and Texas is paying $6 million.The Yankees pay a tax on the $15 million,not $21 million

Have you heard of Bud Selig and Gary Bettman needing to approve a trade because there is cash involved?YES

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