Category Archives: NBA Lockout

Will Dan Gilbert Be A Hypocrite If Cavaliers Help Nets Land Howard?

Although at times since he took over as Majority Owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dan Gilbert has allowed his emotions to get the best of him, I have always admired him for his passion and respected him for sticking to … Continue reading

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Celtics Garnett Says "We’re In A Rush League Right Now"

After months of being in limbo; NBA teams throughout the Association are hustling right now, trying to get their rosters together and their players in shape for the opening of the regular season on Christmas Day. One of the teams … Continue reading

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NBA Commissioner Stern Welcomes Fans Back To The Game

On the eve of ratification of a new NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement and the start of NBA training camps throughout the Association on Friday, NBA Commissioner David Stern sent out a letter to all NBA fans across the globe. The letter … Continue reading

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NBA And Players Reportedly Reach Tentative Deal On New Collective Bargaining Agreement

After being locked in battle since July 1, it appears an end is in sight for the NBA Lockout as the “New York Times” reported Saturday morning that NBA players and Team Owners have reached a tentative deal to ratify … Continue reading

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DeShawn Stevenson Says "Billy Hunter Is Doing A Horrible Job"

DeShawn Stevenson has never been shy about expressing his opinions; and according to “Yahoo Sports” the veteran Free Agent guard has expressed his displeasure with former Executive Director of the now defunct NBA Players Association Billy Hunter. The guard who … Continue reading

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Christmas Games A Possibility As NBA Negotiations Resume

If your “Christmas Wish List” includes a slate of games on Christmas Day, you may still be in luck according to a report that the “New York Times” published on Wednesday. According to the paper representatives from the now defunct … Continue reading

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Head Of NBA Coaches Association Pleads For New Talks Between Owners And Players

Since the NBA Lockout went into effect back on July 1, we have heard plenty from representatives for the NBA players as well as from NBA Team Owners. On Monday,”Sports Illustrated” printed a copy of a letter to all players … Continue reading

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Celtics Pierce Says He Did Not Push For Decertification Of Players Union

The “Boston Globe” has reported that Boston Celtics veteran All-Star forward Paul Pierce told reporters that he was not a driving force behind the decision earlier this month to decertify the NBA Players Association. Pierce spoke to reporters after playing … Continue reading

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Players Want To Start Their Own League? Good Luck With That!

There have been many empty threats and ludicrous statements made by both sides of the bargaining table since the NBA Lockout went into effect back on July 1. However, the statements made by former Executive Director of the NBA Players … Continue reading

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Which Ever Side You Support, Arena Workers And NBA Fans Are The True Losers In Lockout

If a basketball hits the hardwood and there is nobody there to hear it; does it still make a sound? The longer the NBA Lockout persists, the more likely the chance that the Association will return to sparsely populated arenas when … Continue reading

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