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Dynamic Spectrum Leasing (DSL) is a new paradigm for efficient spectrum sharing in cognitive radio networks that was recently proposed in. Unlike in a hierarchical dynamic spectrum access (DSA) network, DSL allows active participation of both the primary and the secondary users in the spectrum sharing process. In this paper we further generalize the DSL game introduced in by allowing for linear multiuser detectors, in particular the matched filter (MF) and linear minimum mean squared error (LMMSE) receivers, at the secondary base stations. We establish the conditions so that the DSL game has desired equilibrium properties. Performance of the proposed system at the equilibrium is compared through simulations under different linear receivers at the secondary base station.