CBA: Five Things The NBA And NFL Can Learn From Each Other

September 1st, 2010 by Allen Kim Leave a reply »
With a potential lockout looming on the horizon for both the NBA and NFL, there's a lot they could learn from each other.  As it stands now, both leagues are deadlocked with their respective player's union over the makeup of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). 

As a fan, it's troubling to see GM's and/or owners negotiate bad contracts with players.  The fan base will eventually take the brunt of the damage as owners raise ticket and concession stand prices in order to maintain operating costs. 

Most of these ideas apply to the NBA, showing just how far ahead the NFL is when it comes to the CBA.  While many of the following suggestions aren't exactly player conducive, these are ideal situations for both the league and fans alike.

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