Our look at projected contract extensions for notable players based on the new CBA agreement, and estimated overall salary cap figures.
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With the Thunder’s 2015-16 season now over the focus shifts quickly to pending free agent Kevin Durant. We break down contract scenarios with projected values going forward.
A look back at the financial ranking of recent NBA MVP winners, in light of Stephen Curry’s honor for the 2014-15 season.
With yet another blockbuster deal in the books, Major League Baseball continues its dominance among the other major sports in terms of contract values – and of course, it’s ALL guaranteed. We’ll take a quick look at some of the numbers surrounding these large contracts, including how they compare across the 4 major sports.
Team USA has made their final round cuts, finalizing their 12-man roster for the upcoming FIBA World Basketball Cup. We’ll take a look at each of the players financially as they head closer to the 2014-15 NBA season.
As youth infuses the major american sports leagues, bringing inexpensive production to the table, it’s becoming less and less likely…
Plenty of players have changed zip codes this summer, while others signed on to stay with their current franchises. We’ll take a look at those players who have yet to officially sign on the dotted line.
With the 2013-14 NBA season now in the books the attention quickly shifts to the pool of superstar players who have the ability to opt-out and move on from their current teams. We take a look at these players, their projected contracts, and explain just how a NBA Maximum Contract is built.
A quick financial look at the potential offseason for the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs as the 2013-14 season nears a close.
Sports contracts not only appear to be getting larger in dollars – but earlier in careers. The recent extension of 22 year old Mike Trout with Los Angeles Angels marked a historic amount of money for a man barely able to order a beer. In lei of this, we’ll take a look at the earliest signing ages for big money extensions across the four major American sports.