NBA, NBPA Reach ‘Tentative Agreement’ For Reported Seven-Year CBA


There apparently won’t be a potential work stoppage in the NBA for a quite a while.

The NBA and National Basketball Players’ Association are very close to agreeing to a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, as both sides announced a “tentative agreement” in a press release Wednesday night.

While specific details weren’t announced, Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski provided some more details on Twitter.

An agreement was far from a sure thing after the two sides failed to reach a deal before the 2011-12 season, resulting in a lockout that pushed the start of the campaign until Christmas Day. But it appears that won’t happen this time around.

Thumbnail photo via Jerry Lai/USA TODAY Sports Images

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