Players’ Union Responds To NBA Lockout Lawsuit

by August 02, 2011

With the NBA making accusations of “unfair labor practices,” Players Union director Billy Hunter had to come with a quick counter: “‘The litigation tactics of the NBA today are just another example of their bad faith bargaining and we will seek the complete dismissal of the actions as they are totally without merit,’ said Hunter in a statement. ‘The NBA Players Association has not made any decision to disclaim its role as the collective bargaining representative of the players and has been engaged in good faith bargaining with the NBA for over two years. We urge the NBA to engage with us at the bargaining table and to use more productively the short time we have left before the 2011-12 season is seriously jeopardized.'”