Monday, March 3, 2014

WNBA trade moratorium expires Friday

The moratorium on WNBA teams signing new players, trading players, designating core players/giving qualifying offers, and on prospective players signing contracts/agreements with teams expires at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time Friday, March 7, 2014, a source told They're Playing Basketball today.

The Women's National Basketball Players Association is still writing the terms of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the source said. Both sides announced three weeks ago that they had come to a new agreement on the CBA, and said it would be seven to ten days before it was formalized. The process has taken much longer.

The WNBPA aims to finish drafting the agreement this week, the source said.


Abacus Reveals said...

Is the resumption of business contingent on the official approval/signing of the CBA?

Also, Ms. Sue, do you know the physical status of Danielle Robinson these days -- knee problem, I think it was?


Sue Favor said...

Hey my friend: no, it's not contingent on the signing - just on the expiration of the moratorium. But my source tells me this is the third time they've extended the moratorium. Who knows? They could do it again this Friday.

I'll try to find out some info about Robinson for you.

Abacus Reveals said...

Thank you, ma'am!