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Answered 2009-11-19 21:28:23

i think Basketball make more money because they play harder than football players just play around it is not a joke


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On average basketball players do. Also all of basketball players money is guaranteed money. Normally, a large amount of football players money in their contract has to be earned through statistical and performance incentives.

i think that football makes more than basketball because the play much harder and get hurt more than basketball players

Probably Football players considering that Chad OChocinco has $25,000 Beats by Dre.

yea it is always a basket ballplayer. cos football sucks

You use a ball. You run. The players get money. There are teams.

Basketball players do not get food money, they have a salary. The use their own money

In America, football players. In England, soccer players.

NBA players earn much more. The average NBA salary is 5.2 million, while NFL players' average salary is 1.75 million.

football players make more money

Baseball players because in football there Is a limit to how much money you can be paid unlike in baseball there is no limit

If you mean more money then yes they do get A LOT more money.

most basketball players make about 100,000 per basket!!! that's alot of money

25 million for good players average players 10 million and rookie 2 million

the good players make more money the bad players make less money

They get contracts that say that they will get money for playing good

In the Philippines, how money basketball players make depends upon age and experience. The average monthly salary is 350,000,000 Philippine Peso.

they get paid by the teams

Baseball makes money than football

Soccer, since its the most famous sport in the world. Lots of spectators = Lots of Money.

No it did not have enough money to be used in NBA

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