Talks to end the NBA lockout broke down Friday afternoon, and Ken Berger of CBS Sports joined The Boers and Bernstein Show to discuss the current state of negotiations.
The move came Friday after labor negotiations broke down for the second time in a week.
According to Amick, there is some reason to be optimistic.
There’s still time for the NBA to salvage an entire 82-game season, but that time is quickly running out.
NBA Commissioner David Stern has already canceled two weeks of the season, prompting this outburst from a faux Kobe Bryant.
Derrick Rose has established himself among the elite NBA players in just three seasons. His salary, however, doesn’t come anywhere near the top in the league, let alone his own team.
The marathon NBA bargaining sessions have taken their toll on Commissioner David Stern.
NBA players and owners spent a marathon 16 hours meeting with a federal mediator and planned to return early Wednesday to continue the talks.
NBA players and owners met for more than 10 hours with a federal mediator, hoping to deliver the progress Commissioner David Stern says is needed to avoid canceling more games.
NBA players and owners are meeting with a federal mediator, and Commissioner David Stern believes more games could be canceled if there isn’t movement toward a new labor deal.
The unemployment rate is still high, and yet, here we sports fans are again, listening to another group of millionaires and billionaires argue over money.
NBA owners apparently weren’t bluffing when they said they wanted competitive balance just as much as a chance to profit.
National Basketball Players Association Director Billy Hunter has said repeatedly that the NBA’s intention was always to cancel 2011-12 regular-season games.
Facing a Monday deadline to reach a deal or have regular-season games canceled, NBA owners and players have resumed talks toward ending the lockout.
Dear David Stern, Billy Hunter, various grim-faced lawyers, union representatives, hired-gun economists, and rank-and-file ballers: don’t take this season from Derrick Rose.
With no meetings scheduled between no and then, the hope of having a complete regular season is fading, but K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune think there still will be basketball.
The start of the NBA season was thrown into doubt Tuesday after players and owners made no progress at a key labor meeting, with no further talks scheduled.
NBA owners and players are meeting again Tuesday, this time with their full bargaining committees as the negotiations to end the league’s lockout reach an important stage.
Michael Jordan has been fined by the NBA for making comments about the league’s ongoing collective bargaining process.
Is anyone else sick of lockouts? It was bad enough that sports fans had to deal with the NFL lockout for what seemed like an eternity, and now, the NBA lockout has just passed the two month mark.