I know we've all speculated about this previously, however, I'm very interested to see if the next CBA does something to release some of the control that Rich Paul, Lebron and Klutch seemingly have over the league. It remains to be seen how formidable Klutch will be in dictating player movement in the post Lebron-as-a-player era, but currently they are a certain detriment to the NBA.
The league dropped by the ball by not intervening earlier, stopping or at least limiting, the Lebron backed agency. It is a clear violation and conflict of interest. While Klutch may be good for the AD's, Lebrons of the world, they are absolutely terrible for fans of the league and that is what truly matters.
Every power player wants to play for two horribly run franchises, one with a historic culture of losing (Knicks), simply because they are "big" markets. Should this happen it is a recipe for failure, you need Giannis in Milwaukee, just as much as you want Lebron in LA.
We all know the same story, the same things we're upset about, the question is what can the league do about it and more importantly, will they?