The players dissolved their union, the National Basketball Players Association, into a trade association and proceeded to file antitrust lawsuits against the NBA.
What does NBPA stand for?
NBPA stands for National Basketball Players Association
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The National Basketball Players Association also said it would no longer continue in collective bargaining and would dissolve the union to become a trade association in order to pursue legal action against the NBA.
22, 2010) The NFL Players Association, National Basketball Players Association (NBPA), National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) and Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) today announced the creation of the "One Team 4 Haiti" campaign to support the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund's focus on the country's earthquake relief and recovery efforts.
WHEELER Director of Operations AGE: 38 WOMEN'S NATIONAL BASKETBALL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION Why she's hot: Pamela Wheeler is in charge and on top of her game.
Current Studio A clients include: Brooklyn College, Columbia University, CUNY, Hofstra University, New York University, the National Basketball Players Association, Bank Street College of Education and the Edwin Gould Foundation.