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Collective Bargaining Agreement

Kyle Lohse Could Become This Generation's Curt Flood

Ben Berkon | Posted 04.27.2013 | Sports
Ben Berkon

Lohse, who is coming off a terrific 2012 campaign, where he hurled a career-best 134 ERA+ and 3.76 K/BB over 211 IP, still remains a free-agent.

Skepticism and Solutions to Imaginary Problems in the NBA

David Berri | Posted 11.08.2011 | Sports
David Berri

The NBA -- if it is interested in the problem of payroll equity -- doesn't have to demand its players accept less money. They could accomplish the same objective by demanding teams like the Lakers accept less money.

Jordan Schultz

NFL Lockout Means Players Are More Conservative | Jordan Schultz | Posted 06.27.2011 | Sports

With the new collective bargaining agreement yet to be reached and the 2011 NFL season in jeopardy, NFL players -- for the first time in their lives -...

Jordan Schultz

Knicks Need To Fire Mike D'Antoni | Jordan Schultz | Posted 06.25.2011 | Sports

Mike D’Antoni has to go. There, I said it. The truth is D’Antoni is a nice guy who belongs as an assistant coach solely dedicated to designi...

Arthur Delaney

Countdown To No Kickoff: Next Football Season Hostage To Owners' Demands | Arthur Delaney | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports

WASHINGTON -- The National Football League's 32 owners are hurtling toward a March 4 deadline, giving every indication that they plan to lock out the ...

Help Save the NFL, Then Proceed to Eat Nachos

Brian Frederick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports
Brian Frederick

Far too many fans have no idea that next year's NFL season may be lost to a lockout. Fewer still know that they can make a difference in the labor dispute by getting involved.

Oh, Henry!

Arn Tellem | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports
Arn Tellem

In June, the Memphis Grizzlies made my client, Xavier Henry, the 12th pick of the draft. But the team wasn't willing to guarantee the maximum, which this season amounted to about approximately two million.

Difficult Labor Days Ahead

Roger I. Abrams | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports
Roger I. Abrams

For most sports fans, labor negotiations are really boring. Who cares how much these millionaires on both sides of the table earn? At the same time though, they are also quite frightening.