Friday roundup: OKC Thunder want their subsidies sooner, Indy Eleven want theirs later, let me repeat back your orders to make sure I have it right

I’ve already thanked everyone individually, but I’d like to give a collective shoutout to all the readers who signed up as FoS Supporters this membership cycle. The money you send translates directly into time I can spend covering stadium and arena news for you, and I remain extremely heartened by your support. If you sent me your mailing address, your magnets should be en route; if you didn’t, send me your mailing address already, these magnets aren’t going to ship themselves!

And speaking of covering stadium and arena news, let’s cover some stadium and arena news, why don’t we:

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4 comments on “Friday roundup: OKC Thunder want their subsidies sooner, Indy Eleven want theirs later, let me repeat back your orders to make sure I have it right

  1. Has that $115m in Indy already been paid out? If yes, can he just keep the money and keep stalling? If no (i.e. he has to start to build before getting the cash), isn’t the present value dropping by the day?

    1. It’s $8 million a year for 25 years, which amounts to about $115 million in present value whenever the clock starts ticking.

      If you mean value accounting for inflation, then yes, $8 million a year starting in 2024 will be slightly less than it is now. Not much, though, since the inflation rate is barely over zero at the moment.

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