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  1. NBA “stretch provision” may mean more bad contracts

    Nov 28, 2011, 2:09 PM EDT

    Kris Humphries

    We kind of refer to this as the Eddy Curry Rule. In the NBA labor deal is what is called the “stretch provision,” which will help teams get rid of underperforming players on big deals. It can only be used on new contracts but here is how it works: If you want to get rid…

  2. If the current structure holds, the new NBA will look much like the old one, just smaller

    Oct 30, 2011, 9:30 AM EDT

    Washington Wizards v Chicago Bulls

    The New York Times reported Saturday on several crucial details of the new CBA deal that’s currently being discussed. Basically, if the structure holds once either side gets its collective head out of its backside, these are the provisions that are already agreed upon. So if the players cave and give in to 50/50 or…

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