how does the new deal and the players thinking about doing away with max deals work? i read one quote that made whoever said it sound ignorant. they were talking about the new tv money and how now the players can get a deal that is better for themselves. isn't 51% better than 49% already?

how does the extra money not spent on players get distributed? do all players get an equal share of the remaining % to make it an even 51%?

wouldn't keeping how it's going and then dividing the difference between salaries and 51% among the players be the easiest and most logical?

for example salary caps keep as they are, which of course will be well below 51% of revenues when the tv deal takes effect. then at the end of the season the money is divided up to the players based on the amount of percentages each player already earns.

to break it down simply

lebron gets 25% of teams salary cap. players that also get that much money would be entitled to 25% of the remaining billions split up between them. then you break it off and do the math for the rest.

how does the extra money not spent on players get distributed? do all players get an equal share of the remaining % to make it an even 51%?

wouldn't keeping how it's going and then dividing the difference between salaries and 51% among the players be the easiest and most logical?

for example salary caps keep as they are, which of course will be well below 51% of revenues when the tv deal takes effect. then at the end of the season the money is divided up to the players based on the amount of percentages each player already earns.

to break it down simply

lebron gets 25% of teams salary cap. players that also get that much money would be entitled to 25% of the remaining billions split up between them. then you break it off and do the math for the rest.

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