Could the CBA fix situations like KD and the Nets? What a new deal could mean for the NBA and its players

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The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association have until Dec. 15 to decide whether to opt out of the current collective bargaining agreement.

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If either side chooses to do so, the current deal, which went into effect in July 2017, will expire June 30, 2023 -- setting up the potential for an NBA lockout.

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But while there is little to no chance of a lockout taking place -- the relationship between the two sides is arguably stronger than ever -- ESPN NBA Insiders Tim Bontemps

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Bobby Marks and Kevin Pelton discuss something that could become a major part of the next CBA negotiations: player movement, particularly in the wake of high-profile situations

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Bontemps: As we continue to monitor the Durant saga, are there any solutions -- via the collective bargaining agreement -- for the NBA's increasingly thorny problem of star player

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We saw Simmons throw Philadelphia's season into chaos, and likely cost himself well into eight figures in money, by deciding not to show up last season.

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We ultimately saw him traded to Brooklyn for Harden, who showed up without exactly showing up for his final few games as a Net, making it clear he, too, wanted to play elsewhere.

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This offseason, we have seen Durant request a trade before his four-year contract extension worth nearly $200 million even began.

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