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In what year did basketball players start getting paid to play?


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2009-04-07 00:27:29
2009-04-07 00:27:29

the year basketball players began being paid was 1896


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Yes soccer players get paid more than basketball player. The reason for this is that Basketball is mostly funded by the US. Soccer is funded by many countries. So soccer is the higher paid sport.

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If they are in the National team, then yes they do get paid.

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They get paid if they have sponsors, but other than that, no.

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College and High school do not get paid. If you are in the NBA usually the owner of the team will negotiate with the basketball players agent. They usually get paid on how popular or good they are but they get about 20 to 30 million dollars a year.

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