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07-24-2012, 04:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Lard_Lad View Post
So if capgeek's right, Weber gets $27m in cash (base + guaranteed bonus) in each of the next four years, and $20m in the following two.

Even before this, Nashville's owners have had to put average of $20m a year of their own money into the team over the last five years (although that's been improving), and the city kicks in several million more. Unless the CBA makes some really major adjustments, they're going to be bleeding badly for the next half-decade.
Here's how it's structured (the signing bonus is counted as part of his salary on CapGeek):

Year 1: $13M bonus; $1M salary

Year 2: $13M bonus; $1M salary

Year 3: $13M bonus; $1M salary

Year 4: $13M bonus; $1M salary

Year 5: $8M bonus; $4M salary

Year 6: $8M bonus; $4M salary

Year 7: $6M salary

Year 8: $6M salary

Year 9: $6M salary

Year 10: $6M salary

Year 11: $3M salary

Year 12: $1M salary

Year 13: $1M salary

Year 14: $1M salary

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