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Demystifying the James Jones Contract 0

Demystifying the James Jones Contract

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James Jones has a fascinating contract. He is making $4.32 million in base salary this season, plus another $10,000 in bonuses, for a total of $4.33 million. He has three additional seasons remaining on his contract which will pay him base salaries of $4.64
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NBA Ticket Sales Beating Forecasts, Could Impact 2010 Salary Cap 0

NBA Ticket Sales Beating Forecasts, Could Impact 2010 Salary Cap

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Attendance across all N.B.A. franchises has reportedly dropped far less dramatically than originally projected over the summer. The league had initially expected a 6% to 7% drop in attendance but, according to the New York Times, there has only been a 1.7%
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Dywane Wade Named All-Star Starter 0

Dywane Wade Named All-Star Starter

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Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has been selected by fan vote to start in 2010 N.B.A. All-Star game. Wade finished fourth overall in fan voting with 2,327,550 votes, behind Dwight Howard, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. Wade will start alongside guard Allen
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Miami Heat’s True Cap Position for 2010-11 2

Miami Heat’s True Cap Position for 2010-11

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Miami Heat president Pat Riley has staked his reputation on the team’s, and more specifically his, ability to lure two premier free agents to South Florida to play alongside future Hall-of-Famer Dwyane Wade. Riley will be gunning to create a championship caliber
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Preliminary 2010-11 Salary Cap Projections 0

Preliminary 2010-11 Salary Cap Projections

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Miami Heat president Pat Riley is squarely focused on the summer of 2010. He is attempting to structure the biggest free agent coup in N.B.A., perhaps sports, history. The economy isn’t helping him. When Riley stepped down as coach to focus squarely
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Welcome, Miami Heat Fans! 0

Welcome, Miami Heat Fans!

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We are exactly six months away from what could be one of the most exciting spectacles in sports history. A spectacular convergence of talent and salary-cap space will finally take place next summer when Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Chris Bosh, Amare Stoudemire and
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