Monthly Archives: October 2011

Amnesty May Be On The Way For NBA Teams When New Deal Is Ratified

Although the percentage of revenue that players will receive in a new collective bargaining agreement has yet to be decided, leading to a stalemate in negotiations; as we reported previously other issues have been agreed upon between the NBA Players … Continue reading

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Reports State That 78 Game Schedule Still Possible For NBA Regular Season

With the announcement late last week that the Association had cancelled games through November 30, there is no longer any chance of the NBA regular season will consist of 82 games. There still could be a chance of the Association … Continue reading

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Reports State NBA Will Flush Two More Weeks Of Regular Season

With discussions on a new NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement at an impasse, and no further talks scheduled at the present time, it appears that once again the cancellation of more regular season games are imminent. According to a report from … Continue reading

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CP-3 Tells Reporters "We Just Want A Fair Deal"

Sunday night, basketball fans in Oklahoma City got a taste of what followers of the Association are sorely missing; as a collection of All-Stars showed up for a charity game organized by Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant had organized. … Continue reading

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The NBA Lockout Has Become A Symbol Of Greed

This is usually one of the best times of the year to be a sports fan; as sports fans have a wide array choices to enjoy. We are in the midst of the World Series in baseball, both the NFL … Continue reading

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An Intriguing NBA Campaign Could Already Be Damaged By Lockout

There is never a good time, for any professional sport to go through a work-stoppage. However there may never have been a worse time for the NBA Lockout to be occurring, now that the Association has re-captured the interest of … Continue reading

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Stern Announces First Two Weeks Of NBA Regular Season Will Be Cancelled

The worst fears of NBA fans across the Planet have been realized as “ESPN.com” has reported that NBA Commissioner David Stern has cancelled the first two weeks of the NBA regular season, after representatives from the NBA Players Association and … Continue reading

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Key Negotiating Session To Take Place Sunday Night Between NBA Owners And Players

In a last-ditch effort to save the entire NBA season, the “New York Times” has reported that NBA Commissioner David Stern, Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver, NBA Players Association President¬†Derek Fisher and NBAPA Executive Director Billy Hunter will meet Sunday night … Continue reading

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Spurs Parker Says "I'll Be Playing Nearly For Free" For French Team This Season

San Antonio Spurs veteran point guard Tony Parker, most likely spends more than $2000 per month during an NBA season in tips; yet according to the “Associated Press” the Spurs star will be playing for about that amount until the … Continue reading

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A Fond Farewell To A Great Competitor, Big Z To Hang-Up His Sneakers

You meet all kinds of people in professional sports, just as you do in any other aspect of our lives. The only difference is that these men are extremely talented athletically, as well as far richer than most folks can … Continue reading

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