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Tuesday, December 6th, 2011 at 9:05 am  |  3 responses

NBA Players to Vote on New Collective Bargaining Agreement


One of the final steps in truly ending the NBA lockout will take place tomorrow afternoon, as players cast their vote on the new CBA: “NBA players will begin voting on the proposed collective bargaining agreement Wednesday afternoon, according to a letter obtained by SI.com. With the tentative agreement expected to be ratified and training camps unofficially set to open Friday, the memo from National Basketball Players Association head Billy Hunter to players states that electronic voting will begin at 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday and continue until 4 p.m. Thursday. The NBPA will hold a meeting with players in New York on Wednesday to discuss the proposed CBA, as well as a conference call later that evening for those who can not attend. A ‘detailed term-sheet’ of the CBA will be e-mailed to players by Wednesday as well. After the tentative deal between owners and players was reached on Nov. 26, the negotiation of the so-called ‘B-list’ issues was the most daunting obstacle that remained. Yet as Hunter indicated in his letter, it seems clear the deal will be in place in time for a vote.”

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  • http://nbasobrietystrike.blogspot.com/ CoolWhip

    so I’m the only person commenting on the most vital part of the lockout. I mean, if this vote somehow/someway went bad then the NBA dies. Hahahahah

  • James

    I think they know there is too much at stake to blow it now. I think.

  • Justin

    I think it would be sort of funny if they voted it down.

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