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Deciphering the uncapped year

Posted by Darren Urban on January 20, 2010 – 10:49 am

As we close in on free agency and what looks like a year without a salary cap — and then, a possible work stoppage in 2011 — the rules for free agency have changed. I’ve already touched on this of course, but the league has now put out a release putting in relatively simple terms what it all means in the short-term. I’ve put the release here as a link for anyone who’d like to sort through it. The biggest news I was not aware of? There will be a draft in 2011 even if a new CBA isn’t in place.


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One Response to “Deciphering the uncapped year”

  1. By Mike on Jan 20, 2010 | Reply

    I wonder if teams will be allowed to do “sign-and-trade” deals like we see in the NBA at lot in order to get around the restrictions on the final 8 teams.

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