Thanks for the answer Kevin. I don’t see anything there that the ABA does that is so wonderful that they should have the right to demand multi-year contracts. I’m sure the NBL does even less. Janeen? It appears to me a one year contract is appropriate.
Perhaps they defend their multi-year contracts by saying it’s better for the riders, creating stability which would be better than having tracks switch sanctions every year but I say BS. It’s just a way for them to manipulate the tracks.