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NBA, players union tentatively agree to 7-year labor deal

The National Basketball Association and its players union tentatively agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement Wednesday night, which, if ratified, could deliver labor peace through the 2023-’24 season. The deal, announced by both parties, lifts the threat of a lockout next year. League owners and players will likely vote to approve the deal before year’s end. Under terms of the CBA, the average NBA salary will rise to around $8.5 million a year, according to a report by Yahoo. Under terms of the deal, the status quo will largely be maintained, reports say, with the league salary cap and luxury tax largely unchanged.

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