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01-21-2013, 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Kaoz View Post
16% of half the leagues revenues, 7% of total revenues. 231 million dollars based on 3.3 billion revenue... yes? My math may be wrong so feel free to correct it if it is.

Revenue sharing now totals 200 million (again, based on 3.3 billion revenue), 100 million (or 50%) of which will come directly from the top 10 revenue teams of which Boston is one (and one of the higher ones)... yes?

I'm not sure why anyone would think Jacobs is making out far better financially because of this CBA.
Using your numbers 231 million more to owners this year, divided by 30 is $7,700,000 more.

The revenue sharing is up to 200 million, an increase of 50 million from last year. So Bruins will be one of ten teams on the hook for half of that increase. 25 million divided by ten is $2,500,000.

7.7 - 2.5 is 5.2, right?

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