With the risk of injury being outside of a player's control, it makes sense that they would mitigate that risk by adjusting their contractual situations (which is in their control).
How does insurance play into these types of situations?
Say, for example, Iguodala breaks his femur in training camp, ending his career. What happens? Who pays who?
Thank you pooka, danh and nilanka...I learned alot today..I knew I came to work for something!!
i think gay opts out if he has a really good to great year. with an average season i think he takes the money.
i think we can quote xixak as saying lebron, wade, bosh, and melo will all be free agents after this year.
Yes, just like Paul and Howard were last year.
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