Chris Bosh, Toronto Raptors' premier power forward, all-star, and all-around best loved player is about to enter what should be the biggest contract season of his young NBA career. And yes, when one is talking about young veteran all-star sports figures, the salaries being discussed are unbelievably huge, gigantic, and even monstrous. But these contracts do fall under a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) made between the NBA and its players. When Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade, and LeBron James signed their contract extensions a few years ago, their agents knew what they were doing.á After 7 years of NBA ball, the CBA sets the maximum salary a player can receive at $11 million or 30 percent of the Cap (which would be $16,224,600 this season).á The maximum salary limit for 6-year players is ...
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