The NBA and National Basketball Players' Association have extended the deadline to negotiate changes on the Collective Bargaining Agreement to October 30.
Source: ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski
ANALYSIS: Among the COVID-19 pandemic's sport-altering effects is the loss of revenue to be used by the league. The NBA and NBPA will continue to discuss modifications to the CBA, with conversations conintuing on how this will effect player salaries. The deadline to make changes has been repeatedly moved back, so October 30 may not be the final change.