NBA stars need to show more interest in their union

Once or twice every decade, the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) — a contract between the NBA's Players Association (NBPA) and the league itself — runs out, and the sports world starts discussing a potential lockout. This has become a tradition, because everybody knows that the negotiation process is likely to take longer than the season break over the summer.Why exactly is that?The main storylines typically follow the recurring battle between team owners, who want to make their franchises profitable, and ...

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