Found October 25, 2011 on Celtics Town:
PLAYERS: David Stern
The NBA, as expected, has canceled more games, at least according to a report from the New York Daily News. (via ESPN)This would be the third time commissioner David Stern has postponed games as the league’s lockout of the players continues. The NBA had previously canceled the preseason and the first two weeks of its regular season which was set to begin on Nov. 1.According to the Daily News’ source, this latest cancellation would total at least 102 games and run through Nov. 28.The source told the Daily News that the NBA will announce the latest cancellation of games on Tuesday.At present, the league’s annual slate of Christmas Day games remain a possibility, however no new talks between the owners and players union are scheduled.After three days and 30 hours of meetings with a federal mediator, negotiations fell apart last week when union officials said they were told they must commit to a 50-50 split of revenues before owners would agree to discuss the salary cap system.And as ...

Stern: Until We Have An Overall Deal, We Don't Have A Deal About Anything

David Stern and Adam Silver addressed the media following a 15-hour bargaining session with the NBPA.

Report: NBA to cancel 2-more weeks of season

NBA Commish David Stern((ht: have an update to what may be the least noticed lockout in the history of professional sports. And we say that as full-fledged NBA Basketball fans. We qualify it by saying very few people notice the NBA gets going this time of year, because like most sports, it gets overshadowed by Football.According to the New York Daily News, the...

Will the NBA be in worse hands once Stern retires?

David Stern, October 27, 2011 (referring to what happened after he went home with the flu last week): "I leave these guys alone for a little bit of time and all hell breaks loose."David Stern just said this line as a joke after the 15 hour labor meeting ended with significant progress. This was in sharp contrast to last week, when Stern went home with the flu and under...

Report: NBA to cancel more games

The NBA will on Tuesday announce that at least two more weeks of the season will be canceled, after labor talks broke down last week, the New York Daily News reported, citing a source. NBA commissioner David Stern already canceled the first two weeks of the season, which was scheduled to begin Nov. 1, and that is now expected to be extended through Nov. 28, accounting for 102 more...

Vote: How many games would it take to make a legitimate NBA season?

David Stern can still be the man to save Christmas. But he may have to sacrifice Thanksgiving to do it.

It's Too Late to Apologize: The NBA Lockout

The NBA owners and NBA union are not serious about salvaging the 2011-2012 NBA regular season. Seriously. Another announcement will come today from commissioner David Stern, saying that at least two more weeks will be cancelled. It will be the third announcement of cancellations, and most likely not the last. The two sides met last week for three straight days to try for more...

PBT: After 15-hour session, 'progress' in labor talks

<img align="left" border="0" src="" alt="PBT: A marathon labor negotiating session leaves both players and owners with hope. Commissioner David Stern said "the energy in the room has been good," and more talks are planned for Thursday."...

NBA marathon talks last 15 hours

NBA owners and locked-out players held a marathon negotiating session Wednesday - and essentially Thursday morning - after meeting for more than 15 hours in New York City. It was the first face-to-face talks between the sides since negotiations broke down last Thursday. NBA commissioner David Stern, who missed the last session with the flu, rejoined the discussions.

NBA set to cancel first month

              The New York Daily News is reporting NBA league sources are expected to announce the formal cancellation of the first month of the season Tuesday. By making this announcement tomorrow, it would mark the 3rd time in less than 3 weeks David Stern has cancelled games, with the first announcement cancelling pre-season, and 2nd annulling the first 2 weeks. This comes...

NBA Cancels Two More Weeks of Season

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 Players Union Wanted No Salary Cap

Two more weeks of the 2011-12 NBA season were canceled yesterday because the owners and players are still so far apart in their current labor negotiations. I’m confused, though, because David Stern has already made so many empty threats that I can’t remember if this is another two weeks on top of the first two weeks that were canceled, or if this is two weeks after Christmas...

Leading Off: Could a Kings surge follow NBA's lockout?

Snuffling around trying to dig up something good associated with professional sports labor battles is a dusty project, barely satisfying even when a silver lining turns up. NBA Commissioner David Stern leaves the NBA labor negotiations after talks surpassed the seven-hour mark Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, in New York. NBA owners and players are meeting for a second straight day...

Michael Beasley Finds NBA Labor Negotiations ‘Kind of Retarded’

Michael Beasley recently hired a PR firm to help with image rehab, and though he seems to be on the right path in that regard, the folks he hired might wanna inform him that he shouldn’t use these kinds of words (especially when talking to the media.) Per the AP: “The first two weeks of the season, which would have started Nov. 1, have already been called off. Commissioner David...

Report: NBA to Cancel Two More Weeks Tuesday

More sad news. According to the NY Daily News, another two weeks of the ’11-12 season will be wiped off the table at some point on Tuesday: “The NBA will be cancelling at least two more weeks of its season, according to a person familiar with the league’s plans. The source told the Daily News that the announcement will be made by the league on Tuesday. With talks broken...
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