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The New CBA and Funding Stadiums

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01-10-2013, 08:43 PM
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The New CBA and Funding Stadiums

Will this new CBA help teams to get funding to build or upgrade stadiums?

I read somewhere that Dolan used funds from the NBA's CBA to upgrade Madison Square Garden. I think he received over $900 million dollars.

I know in Edmonton, Katz is struggling to get the extra $100 million. It would be cool if this new CBA address this problem and it would help people, such as Katz, to get additional funding without asking taxpayers to pay for it.

In the NFL, most recent CBA has allowed teams to receive some funding in upgrading or building new stadiums.

Here is the link from the field of scheme site about that issue...

http://www.fieldofschemes.com/news/a...9_post_32.html

Here is another link about the same issue, however the author suggest the recent NFL lockout and its new CBA does not go further in helping teams to build stadiums without the use of tax money.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d...g-new-stadiums


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