Age minimum part of new labor deal
SAN ANTONIO -- Quite a few things are going up in the NBA's new collective bargaining agreement: the minimum age, the salary cap, and the flexibility general managers will have to make trades.
Commissioner David Stern and union director Billy Hunter
finalized a new labor deal Thursday morning and then flew to the
NBA Finals to announce it. The agreement, which replaces the
seven-year pact expiring June 30, gives the league labor peace for
the next six years and removes the possibility ...
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