Found October 24, 2011 on Buzz On Broad:
PLAYERS: David Stern


Three consecutive days of meetings trying to salvage the regular season have failed, ending with another two weeks being scraped from the schedule.

According to a source close to the negotiations who talked with the New York Daily News, commissioner David Stern will postpone games for the third time during the lockout, the first two being the preseason and the first two weeks of the regular season.

This cancellation is reported to include at least 102 games and lasts until November 28th. The league will officially announce the cancellation on Tuesday.

Talks between the owners and the union have intensified in the past week, but have garnered little traction in saving the 2011-2012 regular season.

No meeting is scheduled between the two sides after showing a willingness to talk last week. Revenue remains the number one issue in ending the lockout.

Andrew Koob is a Contributor for Buzz on Broad. Follow him @AndrewKoob


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