Thursday, November 3rd, 2011 at 10:30 am  |  10 responses

Report: NBA Labor Talks to Resume on Saturday

According to the Boston Herald, negotiations between players and owners will resume this weekend, in an effort to reach a deal before more games are chopped of the schedule: “After breaking off talks last Friday, the NBA and players’ union are expected to resume face to face negotiations this Saturday in New York, according to involved sources. We’re still awaiting confirmation from the league office, but sources say the plan is pretty much set. The sides have been working within their own groups for the most part in these last days, setting their positions and deciding whether they will move from their most recent offers — and, if so, by how much.”

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  • MikeC.

    Angry words about lack of games!

  • LA Huey

    ^All that needs to be said here


    Bottom line, both sides need to find a way to make a deal happen this Saturday, and the hardline owners can’t keep going for it all, they need to give in to get some things they want….don’t let greed and bitterness damage the sport.

  • Shecky Shabazz

    Refuse to get excited. Until I start seeing headlines that read: “NBA owners and the NBA Player’s Association have reached an agreement”. I’m sick of not having my NBA…and this would only be day three of the season.

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford


  • http://dodgers.com Joey E.

    a real joke that the lockout has lasted this long. they have been meeting a lot for the past 30 days, why couldnt they do this in july or august where they literally did nothing?

  • http://www.slamonline.com Max

    Next week: NBA labor talks to resume on saturday

  • http://wikipedia.org Eddie1

    @Max More like November 3rd, 2014: NBA labor talks to resume on Saturday.

    I preached the illuminati back in April. All of you laughed. Now all of you have to heed Eddie. Three more years. Cry them tears.

  • http://slamonline.com Neitel#2

    Following Next Week: NBA labor and players to meet in November 2019. More games are cancelled throughout 2018, no end in sight..New commish, Adam Silver says The NBA Owners will never share a 50-50 split on (BRI), says [Silver] “Players had their chance to accept a deal, back in 2011″ Sophomore president on the Players Union, John Wall, insist Games should start on time on 2019. In other news, Brooklyn Nets Center Dwight Howard Calls it quits after playing in China for most of the 2016-17 and 18 seasons with the Shanghai Dragons. says “If we dont win a championship this year, im taking my talents home…i will announce retirement.

  • SwaGG_SeaN

    The union should’ve decertified