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Topic - Red Mccombs
"You would almost have to be the dumbest kid in class if you didn't make money on professional sports teams today," said Red McCombs, who has owned the San Antonio Spurs and the Minnesota Vikings in the past.
"Essentially, the commissioners and the owners have done a great job of pretty well identifying from the cost side what their total nut is going to be on salaries," McCombs said. "Through a lot of sweat and tears and lockouts, we have a fairly decent feeling as to what the cost to the players is going to be."