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Money Talks and It's Saying "Slow Down"

Revenue projections are down, no one's raising ticket prices, and half the league's teams have to borrow from an NBA credit line set up to stem operational losses. It's affecting everything from labor negotiations to trade talks. How many teams don't want to take on big contracts like Vince Carter's? "I'd say there are 25 teams in that category," Rod Thorn tells the Wall Street Journal.