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Cost certainty is really just a pipe dream

By John Powers
Globe Staff / June 27, 2005

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The term is ''cost certainty" and it has become the buzzword among professional sports leagues obsessed with their balance sheets. The National Hockey League wants cost certainty as the price for ending the player lockout that erased all of last season. The National Basketball Association's proposed six-year agreement would give clubs more control over length of contracts, salary increases, and ... (Full article: 1262 words)

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