Cuban thinks NBA ‘in a good spot,’ but …

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says the league has some challenges.
Gary Washburn
Boston Globe

The NBA and the Players Association are close to agreeing on a new collective bargaining agreement that would bring labor peace perhaps for another six years. The NBA is coming off a summer where record money was spent on player salaries, the result of the new television contract.

Times are good for the once-troubled league, and Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, among the NBA’s more boisterous and opinionated figures, offered few complaints about the direction of the league.