5 Biggest Spending Teams In Pro Sports

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Biggest-Spending Teams

We know that professional sports are a big money business, but just how big? ESPN took a look at just how much money the average player makes on professional sports teams around the world, and it turns out that the United States isn't at the top of the list. Here are the top five spending teams.
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