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NBA Labor Talks

  1. NBA players will vote on new labor deal Wednesday

    Dec 6, 2011, 10:26 AM EDT

    Hunter and Fisher of the NBA speak during news conference to reject NBA's latest offer in New York

    The polls open on Wednesday. By Friday, we will have basketball. (Well, training camps and free agency, at least.) That is the schedule for the week, according to Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated. After some marathon bargaining sessions over the weekend — 28 hours of talks over two days, a source told ProBasketballTalk — the…

  2. NBA players focused on the PR game during lockout

    Aug 30, 2011, 12:59 PM EDT

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    Heading into Wednesday’s negotiations, maybe the most frustrating thing about the NBA lockout is that both sides seem more focused on winning the public relations battle than ending the labor strife that threatens the season. Frankly, the public relations battle can’t be won by either the owners or players if regular season games are lost.…

  3. Players union may now seek collusion charge

    Apr 16, 2010, 5:22 PM EDT

    David Stern announced good news for teams and players today — that the salary cap next year is probably going to be $56.1 million, several million higher than expected. That’s more money to spend this summer. But the players union sees nefarious deeds afloat. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo was first with the news. After the…

  4. His name is David Stern and this is his collective bargaining boomstick

    Feb 8, 2010, 9:29 AM EDT

    The owners want to take a far greater percentage of the basketball-related income. They want to pay millions less for maximum deals and shorten contracts. Most of all, they want a hard salary cap and assurances that protect themselves against a diminished economy and, well, themselves. Everything is hurtling toward a 2011 lockout, a negotiation…

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