NBA per diem

Most unions representing major professional athletes post the most recent version of collective bargaining agreements with leagues.




The NBA has yet to do so for its most recent deal with the National Basketball Association, so the following information comes from the 2005 CBA.

If you’re SUPER motivated (I am not) you could do the math on the consumer price index up to the season preceding the last lockout and go from there.

For now, here’s the most recent publicly available information about NBA meal allowances.

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