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NBA Lockout: Mediation Resumes After 16-Hour Session

NBA owners and players are meeting for a second straight day, shortly after finishing a 16-hour marathon with a federal mediator.


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Does Money Really Matter Most In NBA Lockout?

NBA owners apparently weren’t bluffing when they said they wanted competitive balance just as much as a chance to profit.


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NBPA Chief Billy Hunter On WFAN: Federal Mediation To Take Place

National Basketball Players Association Director Billy Hunter joined WFAN’s Mike Francesa for about an hour on Wednesday to clarify the status of NBA lockout negotiations.


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Knicks’ Carmelo Tweets Apology For NBA Lockout; Further Schedule Cuts Loom

Two weeks of NBA games are lost. Many more could be in jeopardy.


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NBA Cancels First 2 Weeks Of Regular Season

Top negotiators for both sides met for more than seven hours Monday, returning to bargaining about 14 hours after ending talks Sunday night.


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NBA Negotiators Meet Ahead Of Monday Deadline

Top negotiators for the NBA and players’ association met Sunday night in perhaps the last chance to avoid canceled regular-season games.


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NBA Lockout: Players, Owners Engaged In ‘Very Huge Day’ Of Labor Talks

So it comes down to this. After a lockout that has lasted more than three months, whether the NBA season starts on time could hinge on one “very huge day” in labor talks.


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NBA Lockout: Talks Between Players, Owners Fail To Make Progress

The long looks on players’ faces and the anger in Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver’s voice made it obvious: There was no progress Tuesday in talks to end the impasse.


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NBA Lockout: More Players, Owners At Next Meeting

NBA Commissioner David Stern, union president Derek Fisher and their top advisers are spending more time talking about a new labor deal. Next week, they’ll find out if they can make progress in a bigger group.


NBA commissioner David Stern, left, and NBA spokesperson Mike Bass arrive at a midtown hotel for a meeting with the players' union, Thursday, June 30, 2011 in New York. (credit: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

NBA Lockout Looms; One More Chance At Negotiations In NYC

Representatives for NBA players and owners have arrived for a meeting in Manhattan that could determine if there is a lockout, about 12 hours before the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement and seemingly nowhere close to a deal.


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NBA, Union Hold Another Round Of CBA Talks

NBA spokesman Mike Bass says Thursday’s session included “frank and direct dialogue” of some key issues and the sides agreed to meet again in December.


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Stern Wants NBA Salary Costs Down One-Third

David Stern said the league wants player costs to drop $750-800 million. Deputy commissioner Adam Silver said the NBA spends about $2.1 billion annually in player salaries and benefits.