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How LeBron James is changing how athletes are paid

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 4, 2014
More athletes are making their money off the court than on it.
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Mid-day Extra: NBA labor dispute breaks down because of "tiny things"

by Mary Dooe Nov 15, 2011
ESPN TrueHoop blogger Henry Abbott says the NBA discussions are like political talks that are influenced by hardliners. And notes that sports reporters are feeling more like court reporters in this drama.
Derek Fisher, president of the National Basketball Players Association is surrounded by NBA players Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and Baron Davis as he speaks at a press conference after NBA labor negotiations in New York City.
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