The NBA and National Basketball Players Association announced Thursday that the league's new collective bargaining agreement has been signed by both sides. The seven-year pact will run through the conclusion of the 2023-24 season. Thursday's news represents more of a procedural formality than anything. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Labor peace is at hand. On Friday, the NBA and the NBPA both ratified the next Collective Bargaining Agreement, which will run through the 2023-24 season. That's great news for basketball fans in general. A lockout hasShow More Summary
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It's official. The new collective bargaining agreement has been ratified by the players and owners, according a release from the league office.
Adam Silver and the NBA came to terms with Michele Roberts, Chris Paul and the NBPA on a new CBA that will run until at least 2023-24. The post NBA Officially Ratifies New CBA appeared first on SLAMonline.
Commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA director Michele Roberts went in determined
NBPA President Chris Paul says "it's a really good feeling" to have struck a tentative agreement on a new labor deal with the NBA
It seemed pretty obvious yesterday that Draymond Green’s vague, frustrated tweets, which coincided with news that the NBA and the NBPA had agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, were criticisms of the deal. The Golden State Warriors forward confirmed as much today when he went on a long diatribe against the CBA. Read more...
The full deal isn't done just yet, but the NBA announced Wednesday it had reached a tentative accord with the NBPA on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Once ratified, the agreement will bring about significant changes to roster sizes, season length, player salaries and D-League assignments. Show More Summary
The NBA and the NBPA has addressed some key issues, although not everything has resolution. There will not be a lockout in 2017. The NBA and the players' union have reached a “tentative” agreement on a new labor deal, pending ratification...Show More Summary
The NBA and NBA Players Association have been engaged in intense negotiations regarding a new collective bargaining agreement for months, and the two sides put the finishing touches on the new accord Wednesday. The Undefeated's Marc J. Show More Summary
The NBA and Players Association have reached a tentative deal on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the League announced on Wednesday. The post Report: NBA, NBPA Reach 7-Year Collective Bargaining Agreement appeared first on SLAMonline.
NEW YORK -- The NBA and NBPA have reached a tentative agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, pending ratification by players and team owners.
The NBA will avoid a lockout with a new CBA that begins on July 1. The NBA and the National Basketball Player’s Association have reportedly agreed to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement, one that will replace the current CBA beginning on July 1. Show More Summary
NBPA and owners caught over CBA details. All season long, Carmelo Anthony seemed optimistic about the NBA Player’s Association and team owners reaching a new collective bargaining agreement before the Dec. 15 deadline. But the Knicks’...Show More Summary
Thursday is the deadline for the NBPA and owners to opt out of CBA negotiations.
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The current CBA runs through 2021, but both sides can opt out by December 15th.
Vice President of the NBPA Carmelo Anthony is hoping that the new CBA incorporates a rebrand of the Development League. The post Carmelo Anthony Calls for ‘Rebrand’ of the NBA Development League appeared first on SLAMonline.
The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) is reportedly examining the ongoing stalemate between the Miami Heat and forward Chris Bosh concerning the potential resumption of his NBA career. Ira Winderman of the South FloridaShow More Summary