The new NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement — which still needs to be ratified by both the players and owners, but will be — is largely a nod to the status quo. On the big issues — such as how to divide up revenues — the two sides came together quickly.
But there are changes coming.
That will mean a lot more money for Stephen Curry, and it’s going to make the decision for DeMarcus Cousins on whether he wants to leave Sacramento far more interesting. Like 60 million ways more interesting.
I cover that and more in this latest PBT Extra, looking at the changes coming with the new CBA.