Found October 11, 2011 on Ball in Europe:
Despite the bad news handed down by NBA commissioner David Stern, BallinEurope’s man in the U.K., Sam Chadwick, is optimistic enough to suppose that the big league will be playing ball in 2011-12 – or at least optimistic enough to submit a draft profile on Jan Vesely. How good will the Czech be once NBA ball tips off again? Read on to find out! Name: Jan Vesely Country: Czech Republic Club: Partizan Belgrade Position: SF/PF Height: 6’11” (211 cm) Age: 21 (born April 1990) The continued arguments about which 2011 European NBA draft pick has the most potential will be answered within five years: And within that time Jan Vesely could have become Rookie of the Year, an all-star, a dunk contest participant … you name it, he could do it – that’s how much I believe in this guy, and that’s how much potential Jan has. Not many players would turn down the contract of a top-20 draft pick to return to Europe for a year, work on their game, and come back to be selected only a few positions high...

NBA Cancels First Two Weeks of 2011-2012 Season....It's Just the Beginning

In news that isn't surprising if you've been following the NBA lockout, Monday Commissioner David Stern announced that the first two weeks of the upcoming season have been cancelled.  So what that means ladies and gentleman is that the NBA, unlike the NFL has dropped the ball. The leagues owners and players were not able to reach a resolution after a reported seven hour...

Drew League Beats Goodman League 151-144 in Rematch

In a night when David Stern had no comment about the last-minute meetings to save a full NBA season, Drew League (Compton, Calif.) defeated Goodman League (D.C.) 151-144 to avenge their loss in Washington D.C. back in August. “Drew League took care of business at home…. Shout out too all the fans that came out...Read the Rest...

BREAKING – NBA Commissioner David Stern confirms that first 2 weeks of NBA season are canceled

After another marathon negotiating session between the owners and players, both sides failed to leave with an agreement and apparently there is an even larger split than we all feared. Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski was tweeting some quotes from Commissioner David Stern as soon as the negotiating session broke, and here you go: “We tried very haard.  We made concession...

NBA & Union Scheduled To Meet Monday, Before Start Of Season Canceled

For all the posturing and bravado on Friday about there being no meetings between the NBA and it’s Union before Commissioner David Stern canceled the first two weeks of the NBA season, you had to know that both sides simply wouldn’t let the start of the NBA season slip away that easily. Sunday for 5 hours, a smaller group consisting of Stern, Union President Derek Fisher, Union...

NBA cancels first two weeks of season

NBA Commissioner David Stern has canceled the first two weeks of the season after owners and players were unable to reach a new labor deal and end the lockout.

NBA lockout? Wake us when it's over

Fact: Somebody somewhere likely is concerned — nay, downright annoyed — that National Basketball Association team owners and players are mired in an ongoing collective-bargaining dispute that forced league commissioner David Stern to cancel the first two weeks of the upcoming season and could result in additional missed games. Also ...

Wizards lose 5 games to first set of NBA cancellations

So now that David Stern has made it official by saying that the first two weeks of the NBA season are officially canceled, let's get the obvious out of the way. What are the immediate effects on the Washington Wizards. The Wizards lose five games, three at home and two on the road. If no more games are cancelled which is pretty much a pipe dream right now, we are looking at...

NBA lockout 2011: Top negotiators for owners and players will reportedly meet tonight

No meeting had been planned, but urgency may have prevailed as commissioner David Stern has set Monday as the deadline for a new labor deal to be reached before the first two weeks of the season would be canceled.

PBT: No deal — they'll try again on Monday

PBT: Owners and players met for five hours Sunday, and they'll get back at it Monday — the day David Stern said the league would cancel the first two weeks of the season if no deal was reached.

We Won't See the Knicks For a While

The NBA has gone somewhere that the NFL did not go in this year of sports lockouts. They pulled the plug on regular season games Monday, cancelling the first two weeks worth of games after the owners and players could not reach an agreement to end the long lockout. Commissioner David Stern said the two sides remain far apart on just about every important issue. There's little...

NBA cancels first two weeks of regular season

Saying he was sad and sorry, NBA commissioner David Stern canceled the first two weeks of the season Monday after players and owners were unable to reach a new labor deal to end the lockout.

NBA, Union Agree To Meet With Federal Mediator On Monday

Billy Hunter and David Stern will sit down with a federal mediator on Monday, hoping to hammer out a new CBA and end the lockout.

No Deal: NBA cancels first two weeks of season

NEW YORK (AP) - Two weeks of NBA games are lost. Many more could be in jeopardy.There's a "gulf" that separates owners and players, and they will have to close it quickly to avoid further damage to the schedule.Sticking to his deadline, Commissioner David Stern wiped out the first two ...
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