NBA talks continues to make little progress

NEW YORK (via Associated Press, ESPN) — With a month until the NBA season, players and owners don’t sound much closer to a labor deal than they did when the lockout began. They’re so far apart on money they decided to leave it alone Saturday and focused mainly on the salary cap. They couldn’t solve…

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Sources: NBA 2011-12 season hangs in balance

As reported by ESPN’s Marc Stein, NBA commissioner David Stern is planning to threaten players with the cancellation of the entire 2011-12 season if the sides haven’t made major progress toward a deal by the end of the weekend when NBA labor talks resume on Friday according to sources close to the talks. Although sources said the…

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No progress after latest NBA labor talk

NEW YORK (via ESPN, Associated Press)— The long looks on players’ faces and the anger in Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver’s voice made it obvious: There was no progress Tuesday in talks to end the NBA lockout. And with less than three weeks until training camps, the latest setback may be a tough one. “I think…

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Entire NBA Season likely to be canceled

According to ESPN, Players Association executive director Billy Hunter says the 2011-12 NBA season will likely be canceled entirely because the commissioner’s negotiating leeway is in danger of being undermined by a group of hard-line owners. “The circumstances have changed among [David Stern’s] constituency,” Hunter told a group of lawyers Wednesday, as quoted in the…

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