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by Paul on 11/01/11 at 02:09 AM ET
from Helene Elliott of the LA Times,
NBA players have agreed to cut their share of basketball-related income from 57% to 52.5%, but owners want a 50-50 split. There’s nothing to stop the NHL, whose players got 57% of revenue last season, for asking for a reduction and threatening a loss of paychecks.
“As a union you treat a strike, which is the counterpart of a lockout, as a last resort and you hope that management treats a lockout the same way,” Fehr said by phone Monday.
“The objective fact is that in football and basketball this year and hockey the last time, in fact, management did not treat it as a last resort. Will it be different this time? We’ll know soon enough. But I don’t know yet.”
read on with some quotes from player agents…
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