http://www.sportsbusinessjournal.co...ticle.main&articleId=55148&requestTimeout=900 So ... I plugged numbers into the formula that calculates what the midpoint will be: Midpoint = (Preliminary HRR Revenues * Players Share - Preliminary Benefits) / 30 teams Assuming that revenues last year were $2.1 billion, the players got 54% and knowing the midpoint for '06-07 was $36 million, preliminary benefits would have been $54 million. The 5% adjustment for revenue growth was waived last year. If revenues hit $2.2 billion and assuming preliminary benefits grew at 5%, the players would get 55% and the midpoint would be about $38.4 million - giving us an Upper Limit of $46.4 million. If revenues hit $2.25 billion, then the players share would be 55.25% and the midpoint would be about $39.55 million - giving us an Upper Limit of $47.55 million. If the 5% adjustment is not waived this year, then the Midpoint would move to about $41.5 million, and the Upper Limit would stand at about $49.5 million. So for everyone that's asking - if both sides don't waive the 5% adjustment factor, we're probably looking at a $49.5 million cap; if they waive it again this year, we're probably looking at a $47.5 million cap.