Thirteen active plaers per game?

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In recent years, NBA teams have been allowed to have 15 players under contract and, at the start of each game, the coach would inform the referees which twelve were active for that game. I see that in the NBA box scores, they are now listing 13 players as available. Does anyone know if that is a permanent change, or something done just to accommodate the fact that the players aren't in as good shape as they would be with a normal preseason?
 

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Attributed to "The Salt Lake Tribune":

RULE CHANGE: The new CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) states teams can carry between 13-15 players on their active roster. But the new collective bargaining agreement comes with a wrinkle. Thirteen players (previously 12) can dress and play through Feb. 6.
 
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