Found October 12, 2011 on Next Impulse Sports:
The folks at NMA finally gave Stern and the NBA Lockout their “treatment.”  As they explain: The collective bargaining agreement between NBA players and owners expired on July 1, initiating a lockout. Players currently receive 57% of basketball-related income. Owners are lobbying for a more even split. Owners claim most teams in the league are bleeding money, saying they lost a combined $300 million last year. Critics are skeptical of the grim picture owners paint. Teams are able to earn millions through local TV deals. The players aren’t exactly hurting, either. They’re fighting a hard salary cap that would limit their extravagant contracts. The first two weeks of the season have been cancelled, prompting some players to join foreign leagues. We in Taiwan say, “long live the lockout!” Click here to view the embedded video. Link to original article: the NBA Lockout Gets The Taiwanese Animation Treatment Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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