The current NFL/NFLPA collective bargaining agreement is set to expire after the 2020 season ends. In 2011, the owners locked out the players for 18 weeks but,… Read more “NFL Players may have a different negotiating tool in 2021”
In16 months the NBA or NBPA must decide if they want to opt out of the 2011 collective bargaining agreement.
NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts is taking a hard-line stance with the league and its owners.
The NBPA issued a warning to its constituents in a recent memo obtained by USA TODAY Sports: Prepare for a lockout in 2017.
The 2014-15 salary cap is projected to increase $5 million from last season, and CBA expert Larry Coon thinks a lockout is inevitable.