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Nba Salaries

8 NBA Draft Picks Tell Us The First Thing They're Going To Buy

The Huffington Post | Lucy McCalmont | Posted 06.26.2015 | Sports

These guys just got a major pay raise.

NBA Players Refuse Idea That Would Avoid Salary Cap Madness

AP | By BRIAN MAHONEY | Posted 05.11.2015 | Sports

This could be wild.

5 NBA Players Getting Paid More Than LeBron

The Huffington Post | Chris Greenberg | Posted 11.11.2014 | Sports

LeBron James may be @KingJames. He may also be a four-time NBA MVP and a two-time NBA champion. He may have even been described as the NBA's "Invisibl...

Visualizing the Yearly Salary of Professional Athletes, NBA Players Average $5+ Million a Year | Posted 01.23.2014 | Sports


Life After Sports -- An Insider's Look at Athletes and Their Finances

Mark Doman | Posted 01.08.2013 | Sports
Mark Doman

Almost every day, I receive a phone call from one of my professional athlete clients, who have a cousin, parent, or friend from high school in need of financial assistance, believing that this athlete has an opportunity, or an obligation, to support them with whatever is needed financially.

Recertifying the NBAPA: A "Must Do" in the Quest to Begin the NBA Season

Matt Weinberger | Posted 01.29.2012 | Sports
Matt Weinberger

While the season schedule is almost ready to go, and blogs all across the internet are already pegging the "winners and losers" of the lockout, there is still a lot of work to do behind the scenes.

Jordan Schultz

NBA Lockout Deeply Affects Veterans | Jordan Schultz | Posted 09.21.2011 | Sports

Much of the recent talk surrounding the NBA lockout has centered on Deron Williams heading to Turkey and the crowd of mega-stars pondering a similar m...

If David Stern and the Owners Win, Will NBA Ticket Prices Fall?

David Berri | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports
David Berri

Stern and the NBA's owners claim the league lost nearly $400 million last season. Stern argues that changes need to be made to the collective bargaining agreement. Specifically, players have to accept less money.