Your average professional player earns between $2.7 and $7.15 million per year across all four major U.S. sports. Since professional sports leagues generate billions of dollars in revenue, players and fans say they're just getting their fair share. But is it fair to pay people to play a game when your average teacher only makes $45,335 per year and your average physician makes just over $165,000? What do you think? 🏀 ⚽⚾ 🏈
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Are professional athletes overpaid?
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