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11-22-2012, 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted by DL44 View Post
The idea that unions in CBA negotiations has run its course is massive hyperbole... Only in ONE aspect is it limiting - the elite player's mega salary.

CBAs may be used via lockouts to reduce player cost in salary... but it would be an extreme tunnel visionary conclusion to make that thats all they are about..
Essentially that would be conceding that not only are unions useless... they are detrimental to the players and the system.

Simply ridiculous.
Don't ya think?
I don't think it's hyperbole because it's more oft brought up in academic discussions about sports labor economics and what's effective or ineffective. Clearly, the lockout tool is showing that owners can indeed get what they want as long as they're willing to outwait the players.

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