NBA, NBPA Finalize Revised CBA Terms For Restart

The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association have finalized the terms of the revised Collective Bargaining Agreement for this summer’s Orlando restart, reports ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski (via Twitter).

As Wojnarowski explains, that means that the items outlined in Saturday’s memo to teams – such as the rescheduled date for the 2020 draft and the details of this week’s transaction window – have now been formally agreed upon.

There are still more items that the NBA and NBPA must negotiate and finalize, such as the start date and subsequent calendar for the 2020/21 season. However, this agreement represents an important step toward finishing the ’19/20 campaign.

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2 thoughts on “NBA, NBPA Finalize Revised CBA Terms For Restart

    • x%sure

      *… and not resumption rules leaked via Woj tweets.*
      Woj will keep on leaking; it almost seems to be his job.

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