WNBA Announces Tentative Eight-Year Labor Deal With Players

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On Tuesday, the WNBA and its union announced a provisiional eight-year labor deal with the players. This new deal will allow them to earn nearly $500,000 dollars, while allowing guaranteed contracts for players on maternity leave. SI legal analyst Michael McCann unpacks this unprecedented deal and what it could mean for the league moving forward.