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Saturday, April 16th, 2011 at 12:36 pm  |  3 responses

Owners To Deliver Revised Proposal To Players

It’s not a nice scene — Deputy Commish Adam Silver said Friday that a potential lockout is affecting negotiations with sponsors and other partners. The majority of teams are losing money, and the current system, in short, is broken. So, the League will submit a revised proposal in hopes of replacing the current CBA, which expires June 30. “NBA Commissioner David Stern said Friday the league plans to submit to the players’ union a revised proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement within the next couple of weeks. Stern also said Sacramento Kings owners Gavin and Joe Maloof have been granted an extension until May 2 to file paperwork requesting a move to Anaheim. The league’s labor situation and the Kings’ future were the key items on the owners’ agenda during two days of meetings that wrapped up Friday.”

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  • Jer dawg

    I hope some grounds will be made in negotiations. Everything is read between the lines. Owners better make fair offer to work around.

  • Groves

    integrative negotiation- go

  • http://slamonline.com Ugh

    “If players are taking 57 percent of the gross, it’s mathematically impossible to move to a profitable position without a new system,” Silver said.
    HA! That’s the most bullsh1t thing I’ve read from the NBA side yet. Does Silver think we’re that stupid as to think 57% gross means profit is impossible?

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