Spector: Don't get greedy, Gary (IOW if you get 50-50, give on contract details)
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11-13-2012, 03:59 PM
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Pac NW
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Changing the variance will help out, definitely.
But to think that a CBA signed 7/8/9 years ago will remain relevant is naive. Economic conditions change: sponsors, dollar rates, etc.
The owners are looking for a system that helps out and contract lengths help. Signing Player A to a 15 year deal is awful for the game. What happens when Player A starts to perform more like Player B who gets paid 50% of what Player A makes?
How is that good for the game, the product and the overall revenue of the league?
Shorter deals mean only the players in their prime get the contracts they deserve. Nobody can predict the effectiveness of a certain player that far down the road.
You're moving goalposts, Hankie.
We have moved past the need for some economic changes. The PA accepted that on their own, and even got the league to up its RS and add a special targeted assistance fund.
What more is needed? I said addressing the variance issue should resolve anything and everything that all teams need right now to have a good footing. You don't
to restrict player rights. They should get some ability to control their own destinies above and beyond the league's required economic changes.
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