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  1. Details emerge of league’s new revenue sharing plan

    Jan 24, 2012, 7:22 PM EST

    AP Money Found

    Revenue sharing was a big part of this summer’s Collective Bargaining Agreement talks, but the most secretive part. The owners wanted it to be something separate from the CBA itself, the players wanted it included, but what was going to be included was vague. Even when the deal was finalized and the lockout lifted, the…

  2. New revenue sharing plan could mean $15 million for teams

    Oct 20, 2011, 7:06 PM EST

    money

    Revenue sharing between the owners was one of the things at the core of the new labor deal — players wanted to see more of it from the owners so they were not carrying the burden of sacrifices for the smaller markets all by themselves. Smaller market owners demanded it, too. Now a more robust…

  3. Owners come to agreement on new revenue sharing plan

    Oct 20, 2011, 1:57 PM EST

    Mark Cuban, David Stern

    The players demanded greater revenue sharing among the owners be part of the labor deal. The small market owners demanded it as well — they wanted the rich guys to share. They got it, a new plan was approved in concept at Thursday’s Board of Governor’s meeting, Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver told the assembled media.…

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