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LeBron James Discusses NBPA's CBA Talks with NBA

While the negotiations for league collective bargaining agreements usually revolve around the amount of money going to the active players, the next NBA deal will feature plenty of help for retired players. On Thursday, NBPA vice president LeBron James explained the importance of helping those who came before him, per Jon Krawczynski and Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press: We got a group of guys that are in there that know the negotiations, so any way to give back and try to help our former teammates and help former players and things of that nature.
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