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  1. Latest legal hoop jumped through: players settle lawsuit

    Nov 30, 2011, 1:59 PM EST

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    There can be no basketball until the new Collective Bargaining Agreement is approved and in place, and there can be no CBA vote until the NBA union is reformed (remember the “disclaimer of interest”), and that can’t happen until the antitrust lawsuits against the league are settled. Well, we’ve got the first domino to fall…

  2. The next NBA legal battle: venue for the legal battles

    Nov 18, 2011, 9:47 AM EST

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    When the NBA filed a preemptive lawsuit in New York back in August trying to take the teeth out of decertification of the players union, the union’s lawyers accused the league of “forum shopping.” Meaning the goal of the lawsuit was to choose the venue for future legal battles, not win the suit itself. Now…

  3. Lakers Steve Blake said he did not support 50/50 deal

    Nov 16, 2011, 10:47 AM EST

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    Shannon Brown was one of the responsible ones. Not all of the 30 team representative to the NBA players union polled the players before voting on Monday to dissolve the union and take the battle to court. Brown, the Lakers rep, was one of the good ones. The Lakers have union president Derek Fisher and…

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