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Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 at 12:08 pm  |  10 responses

Report: NBA, Players Union to Meet Again

Don’t get your hopes up just yet, but this report from ESPN‘s Chris Broussard sounds like both sides may be finally getting serious: “Officials from the NBA and the players’ union will meet again Wednesday in New York City, according to sources close to the situation. The meeting will be only the third since the league locked out its players on July 1. But if Wednesday’s meeting is productive, sources said the sides are expected to pick up the pace and come together again Thursday and perhaps Friday. The meeting will include only a handful of representatives from each side, as was the case last week when the parties met for six hours.”

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  • Rasheed

    now’s the time to renounce my retirement!

  • hiphopcop

    One can only hope they got their heads out their butt, one can only hope

  • Heals

    Don’t hold your breathe hiphop, they’re in deep…

  • karim

    Hopefully The air is Clear. Im ready for the action again.

  • bull22

    good because the “iam going to china” card is out of the picture…

  • Dee30Lark’N

    I’ll be glad when they clean this up

  • http://www.triplejunearthed.com/dacre Dacre

    If David Sterns camp are happy to allow the BPI to INCREASE in favour of the players and the players are happy to let guaranteed contracts go (perhaps with a final single season amount as a ‘pay-out’ figure for an injured player), then this could get real close to a done deal.
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    I wonder what Steve Nash has been up to? He should be on the next players council…(Jedi council?)

  • http://slamonline.com Ugh

    I wonder if Stern’s been thinking of going to China?

  • SKITTLESO5

    YEP , sort this out so we can all get along with our live …PLS……no really….i NEED this season……

  • http://itsahardwoodlife.blogspot.com omphalos

    I’m liking the frequency of their meetings a lot better, but I’m trying not to get too optimistic.

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