The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Stephen Curry

    New NBA Rule Will Help Superstars Stay Put

    It’s called the Kevin Durant rule. Tucked into the league’s new collective bargaining agreement is a deal allowing teams to lure elite players with inflated salaries — but only if they’re re-signing. While everyone made the same salary bid this year for Durant, the new rule means Golden State could keep Stephen Curry for $209 million over five years, while another suitor would only be allowed to offer $133 million for four years. Expect more money and less movement for the biggest stars … sorry, Oklahoma City.

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