WNBA, union agree to new CBA

Updated: February 15, 2014, 2:32 PM ET
Associated Press

The WNBA is assured of labor peace for the next few years.

The league and its players' union reached a labor agreement Saturday on a six-year deal. It replaces the agreement that expired Sept. 30, a few weeks before the Minnesota Lynx won their second WNBA title in three seasons.

The maximum team roster size will increase by one to 12 under the deal, which must be drafted into a formal collective bargaining agreement in the next few weeks.

"The WNBA and WNBPA are pleased to ...

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