Oct 10, 2011, 5:01 PM EDT
The NBA has experienced over 60 yrs of growth with new growth projected using the current model. After a banner year the players are still willing to GIVE the owners a higher percentage in good faith. Why are the owners unwilling to negotiate in good faith? As a player I apologize to the fans that we’re in this position but we will not be taken advantage of. In our hearts we’re desperate to play, in our minds we know better and are prepared to
#standunited. Let us play.
The 37-year old Nash obviously doesn’t have a lot of years left in his career, so it’s easy to see why he wouldn’t want one of them to get cancelled. According to some reports, Suns owner Robert Sarver has been, along with the Cavs’ Dan Gilbert, one of the owners willing to give the least amount of ground to the players throughout the lockout negotiations.
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