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DRAFT RULES LIKELY TO REMAIN THE SAME WITHOUT A CBA
Published May 15, 1995
In Atlanta, Ailene Voisin reports that NBA officials met with new NBPA Exec Dir Simon Gourdine "twice this week in an attempt to obtain a collective bargaining agreement by the end of the postseason." Voisin writes that if there is not a new CBA by the June 28 draft, "the current contract most likely would dictate the number of rounds (two) and team salary caps, but exclude the rookie cap." Voisin notes that both sides do agree however, that a rookie cap should be part of a new CBA (ATLANTA CONSITITUTION, 5/14).