MLS teams and their money, part 2

Portland’s Sebastian Blanco, center, tries to corral the ball as Atlanata’s Leandro Gonz’lez Pirez (5) defends as the Portland Timbers hosted Atlanta United FC in a MLS match at in Portland, Ore., Sunday, May 14, 2017. (Sean Meagher/The Oregonian via AP)

Portland’s Sebastian Blanco, center, tries to corral the ball as Atlanata’s Leandro Gonz’lez Pirez (5) defends as the Portland Timbers hosted Atlanta United FC in a MLS match at in Portland, Ore., Sunday, May 14, 2017. (Sean Meagher/The Oregonian via AP)

After I published a list of MLS teams and their dollars-per-point spending , some of you asked me to bring it back at some point during the season.

That time, with MLS on a break because of the Gold Cup, is now.

As a reminder, these are the salaries that were revealed by the Players Union in April. They don’t reveal any additions or subtractions. The points and games played have been updated.

The Table alphabetically

The Table, least to most

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