NBA owners and players have met for about 5 1/2 hours and plan to resume negotiations Thursday.
There’s still time for a deal to keep the entire NBA season intact, though it’s running out.
It appears unlikely that the games will actually be played, but the Bulls’ preseason schedule was released nonetheless Thursday.
LeBron James stood before 360 third-graders on Monday, telling them their futures are bright. Plenty of ominous signs notwithstanding, he believes the same is true for the NBA.
Turkish club Besiktas is in talks with Kobe Bryant’s representatives about the possibility of the Los Angeles Lakers’ star playing in Turkey during the NBA lockout.
Even though he’s currently out of work while his day job is shut down, Kyle Korver’s T-Shirt company is open for business.
Dwight Howard’s frustration with the NBA lockout has caused the Orlando Magic star to strongly consider playing overseas.
The NBA laid off about 114 people over the last two days, planned cost-cutting moves that a league spokesman said Thursday are “not a direct result of the lockout.”
Michael Jordan is one of the biggest draws during the American Century Classic celebrity golf tournament at Edgewood Tahoe. Tournament organizers usually have to pay close attention to who they pair him with, and this year they’ll have to be more careful.
Former Illinois guard Demetri McCamey has reportedly signed a one-year deal with Mersin, a professional basketball team in Turkey.
Dwyane Wade could see himself and other NBA stars eyeing an overseas contract if the lockout drags on, just like New Jersey’s Deron Williams.
Former University of Illinois basketball star Deron Williams may just become a trend setter with NBA basketball players IF the NBA lockout lasts for an extended period of time.
New Jersey Nets point guard and former University of Illinois star Deron Williams will play in Turkey during the NBA lockout.
The NBA players’ association says the league has made inaccurate financial projections before, a day after a report questioned whether the league indeed lost money two seasons ago.
And so there are two. Both the NBA and the NFL are involved in lockouts right now. The NBA joined the NFL in locking out its players on Thursday and now two of the major sports leagues in the U.S. are involved in simultaneous work stoppages.
Former Bulls forward Brian Scalabrine knows what he is doing during the NBA Lockout. He’s headed to Europe.
Union chief Billy Hunter said Thursday afternoon that owners had locked out the players after failing to reach a new collective bargaining agreement.
The NBA will have its last chance to avoid a work stoppage as the collective bargaining agreement is set to expire at midnight. The two sides will meet on Thursday, and are seemingly nowhere close to a deal.
You would almost have to do this on purpose, to screw it up so badly. It’s hard to accomplish, really, when you consider how many other stupid, spoiled babies surrounded by parasitic enablers have successfully gamed the college system for one year.
For over 100 days, fans have had to watch as the fate of the NFL gets run through courts and negotiation tables. And now, it seems as if the NBA is in for a similar fate. While the NFL had a head start on the NBA, they’re really very similar issues.