EuroBasket 2007 - Statistical leaders - Individual Tournament Highs

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Individual Tournament Highs Points Points 1 Dirk Nowitzki 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Rebounds Rebounds 1 Yaniv Green 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Assists Assists 1 Šarūnas Jasikevičius 2 3 3 4 4 7 7 7 10 10 Steals Steals 1 Andrei Kirilenko 2 2 4 4 6 6 6 9 9 9 Blocks Blocks 1 Radoslav Nesterović 2 2 4 5 6 6 8 9 9 Minutes Minutes

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Salary cap - In North American leagues - National Football League


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. National Football League The new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) formulated in 2011 had an initial salary cap of $120 million. While the previous CBA had a salary floor, the new CBA did not have one until 2013. Starting with that season, each team is required to spend a minimum of 88.8% of the cap in cash on player compensation, and 90% in future years. However, the floor is based on total cash spent over each of two four year periods, the first running from 2013–2016 and the second from 2017–2020. A team can be under the floor in one or more seasons in a cycle without violating the CBA, as long as its total spending during the four year period reaches the required percentage of the cap. This allows for unforeseen circumstances such as career ending injuries or unexpected player retirements leading to immediate penalty. As a result, teams are not forced to immediately take on a replacement for missing players which allows them to use more organic approaches such as a trade, free agency acquisition or the draft. The NFL's cap is a hard cap that the teams have to stay under at all times, and the salary floor is also a hard floor. Penalties for violating or circumventing the cap regulations include fines of up to $5 million for each violation, cancellation of contracts and/or loss of draft picks. Violating the salary floor regulations does not result in any fines or competitive penalties; instead, deficiencies are placed into a pool and distributed among all players who were on the regular roster of the offending team during a four year floor cycle, prorated according to time on the roster in said period. The cap was first introduced for the 1994 season and was expected to be $32 million, but an unexpectedly high bid from Fox and other networks increased the cap to $34.6 million. Both the cap and the floor are adjusted annually based on the league's revenues, and they have increased each year. In 2009, the final capped year under that agreement, the cap was $128 million per team, while the floor was 87.6% of the cap. Using the formula provided in the league's collective bargaining agreement, the floor in 2009 was $112.1 million. Under the NFL's agreement with the NFLPA, the effects on the salary cap of guaranteed payments (such as signing bonuses) are, with a few rare exceptions, prorated evenly over the term of the contract. In transitions, if a player retires, is traded, or is cut before June 1, all remaining bonus is applied to the salary cap for the current season. If the payroll change occurs after June 1, the current season's bonus proration is unchanged, and the next year's cap must absorb the entire remaining bonus. When a player is franchise tagged the salary cap will be affected. When the salary cap can't be met for a tagged player the National Football League will fund the remainder of the contract. Only a single player may be tagged per year. Because of this setup, NFL contracts almost always include the right to cut a player before the beginning of a season. If a player is cut, his salary for the remainder of his contract is neither paid nor counted against the salary cap for that team. A highly sought after player signing a long term contract will usually receive a signing bonus, thus providing him with financial security even if he is cut before the end of his contract. Incentive bonuses require a team to pay a player additional money if he achieves a certain goal. For the purposes of the salary cap, bonuses are classified as either 'likely to be earned', which requires the amount of the bonus to count against the team's salary cap, or 'not likely to be earned', which is not counted. A team's salary cap is adjusted downward for NLTBE bonuses that were earned in the previous year but not counted against that year's cap. It is adjusted upward for LTBE bonuses that were not earned in the previous year but were counted against that year's cap. One effect of the salary cap was the release of many higher salaried veteran players to other teams once their production started to decline from the elite level. On the other hand, many teams have made a practice of using free agents to restock with better personnel more suited to the team. The salary cap prevented teams with superior finances from engaging in the formerly widespread practice of stocking as much talent on the roster as possible by placing younger players on reserve lists with false injuries while they develop into NFL capable players. In this respect, the cap functions as a supplement to the 53 man roster limit and practice squad limits. Generally, the practice of retaining veteran players who had contributed to the team in the past, but whose abilities have declined, became less common in the era of the salary cap. A veteran's minimum salary was required to be higher than a player with lesser experience, which means teams tended to favor cheaper, less experienced prospects with growth potential, with an aim to having a group of players who quickly develop into their prime while still being on cheaper contracts than their peers. To offset this tendency which pushed out veteran players, including those who became fan favorites, the players' association accepted an arrangement where a veteran player who receives no bonuses in his contract may be paid the veteran minimum of up to $810,000, while accounting for only $425,000 in salary cap space (a 47.5% discount). The salary cap also served to limit the rate of increase of the cost of operating a team. This has accrued to the owners' benefit, and while the initial cap of $34.6 million has increased to $123 million (maximum in 2009), this is due to large growths of revenue, including merchandising revenues and web enterprises, which ownership is sharing with players as well. The owners opted out of the CBA in 2008, leading to an uncapped season in 2010. During the season, most NFL teams spent as if there was a cap in place anyway, with the league warning against teams front loading contracts during the season. The Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders, and Washington Redskins chose to spend money in the spirit of an uncapped year, and in 2012 the Cowboys and Redskins (the top two NFL teams by revenue in 2011) were docked $10 million and $36 million respectively from their salary caps, to be spread over the next two seasons. This $46 million was subsequently divided up among the remaining 26 NFL teams ($1.77 million each) as added cap space (this excludes the Raiders and Saints, the latter of which was also dealing with their ongoing bounty scandal, as both teams were over the cap, though to a lesser degree than the Cowboys and Redskins). The actions of the league to punish those teams that were acting within their legal bounds during the uncapped year led to a lawsuit against them by the NFLPA. The case argued that the rest of the league colluded to keep average player salaries from rising in a year they expected them to skyrocket and unfairly punished teams that did not collude. The NFL settled the lawsuit with the NFLPA.

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SBS Gayo Daejeon - Award winners (1997-2006) - Rock Award


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Etude de marché des lycée du departement Haute-Garonne(31) en France


Etude de marché des lycée du departement Haute Garonne(31) en France. Cette liste vous donne les détails administratifs de chaque société, ainsi que le chiffre d'affaire, le résultat, le nombre d'employés (effectif), la profitabilité et la croissance pour les trois dernières années. Cette liste a été constituée en utilisant les fichiers de la base SIREN fournie par l'INSEE ainsi que les fichiers des greffes des tribunaux de commerce (Infogreffe).
Code NAF de lycée : 85.31Z : Enseignement secondaire général.
Nombre de lycée: Le departement Haute Garonne(31) a 166 lycée.
Le nombre d'habitants du departement Haute Garonne est de 1400935.
Le chiffre d'affaire moyen par lycée est de 1214304.00 € par an.
La rentabilité moyenne des lycée est de 1575.70% . La croissance moyenne de chiffre d'affaire des lycée est de 479.89% .
Densité de lycée: en Haute Garonne, il y a 8439.37 habitants par lycée.
Le pouvoir d'achat quotidien potentiel moyen de la zone de chalandise par lycée en Haute Garonne est de: 26266.09 €.
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