As the CBC article states... if you have more than one team in a stadium then they are cutting "REvenues" down to 33% or whatever it says when reporting as HRR... even though the team which owns the stadium is often making more money.
So if HRR is 100$ the league makes 43% now and the players make 57%. Where the 57% determines the salary cap of teams? i.e. 57$/30 teams = the max cap? if 100 becomes 200$... then salaries have the potential to double?
In other words, the cap is the max pay out the players make... so it just is partly determined by the total revenue. If the league doesn't make as much money, they don't get paid as much (escrow payments)?
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