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It Sounds Like The NBA And NBPA Will Avoid A Work Stoppage

The NBA and the NBPA are halfway through a 10-year collective bargaining agreement ratified in 2011, but each side has until December 15 to opt out of the current deal and potentially trigger a work stoppage. Over the past few seasons a huge TV contract, a series of astronomical team sale prices, and a more pugnacious NBPA have strengthened the players’ negotiating position.
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