2011 NBA LOCKOUT

David Stern Doesn’t Like All That Attention That Baseball Got Last Night

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After what many are calling the greatest single night in the history of baseball, you can only imagine how it must feel to be David Stern, AKA the captain of the NBA’s Titanic.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

Dan Gilbert May Be Keeping The Lockout Alive

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Yesterday, NBA Players Union President Derek Fisher finally took a major step forward in not only the public relations war but in the general process of ending the NBA Lockout.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

Shocking: No Progress For The NBA

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Yesterday, the NBA owners and players union met for what many analysts called a critical conversation that would decide the fate of the league's camps and preseason games beginning on time.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

Is There Going To Be A Season Or Not?

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NBA owners, players and league executives are meeting again today for the fourth time in a week, as someone finally brought in a dictionary and pointed to the word “urgent.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

These NBA Guys Sure Are On To Something

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The other day, there was an eyebrow-raising report by former ESPN NBA analyst Chris Sheridan suggesting that the NBA and the players weren’t $7-8 billion apart, as had been widely reported.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

So The NBA Owners And Players Finally Met

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I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this yet, but there isn’t going to be a NBA season this year.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

Luke Walton Offers His Interesting Contract Perspective

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In my constant desire to talk about Kris Humphries’ sham marriage to Kim Kardashian, I sometimes forget that there’s a pretty nasty lockout going on in the NBA.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

So Much For Those August NBA Meetings

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David Stern took a break from planning his 2-week vacation that sadly never happened to talk to everyone’s favorite self-anointed basketball expert, Bill Simmons, on his podcast last week.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

David Stern Just Left For A Two Week Vacation

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Last month, NBA commissioner David Stern and Billy Hunter, the Executive Director of the NBA Players Association, as well as players representative Derek Fisher, agreed to have three meetings in August to negotiate a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, thus ending the lockout and preserving the 2011-12 season.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

David Stern Is Doing Just Fine

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NBA Commissioner David Stern and his band of 30 starving owners locked the players out on July 1 because they make too much money.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

The NBA Is Totally Screwed

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It’s been a few days since we last checked in on the NBA Lockout, so why don’t we take a look at the progress being made… haha, made you look, stupid.

2011 NBA LOCKOUT

The NBA Owners Voted For A Lockout

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All 30 of the NBA's team owners met for a five-hour meeting yesterday in Dallas to discuss the league's future and they all agreed - screw the future.

DAVID STERN

Remembering A Video Game Classic: Shaq Fu

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Of course Shaquille O'Neal officially retired from the NBA yesterday.

BLAME THE REFS

David Stern Takes Ball, Goes Home

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NBA referees are mad as hell and they’re not going to take it anymore, and it has nothing to do with them being the worst at their jobs of any professional sports officials, but rather their frustrations with the leagues refusal to negotiate.

DAVID STERN

Are The Hornets Moving To San Jose?

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It was reported last month that Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen had sold a considerable amount of stock (an epic buttload, I believe is the technical term) as a precursor to buying the Charlotte New Orleans Hornets and moving them to Seattle.

DAVID STERN

Are The Hornets Moving To Seattle?

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Wow, what a day for speculation in the NBA.

DAVID STERN

Tiger Woods Courtside At Magic Game

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As the Orlando Magic opened their season last night in the brand new Amway Center, the focus wasn’t on the game so much as it was on all of the wonderful side stories going down at the same time.

DAVID STERN

ARENAS SUSPENDED FOR THE SEASON

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Five weeks ago, Gilbert Arenas <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2010/01/gilbert-arenas-suspended">welshed on a $25,000 debt</a> from a Wizards' team poker game, an act that led to him and another player, Jarvaris Crittendon, brandishing guns in front of each other.

ATLANTA HAWKS

TSS NBA Preview 2009: Eastern Conference

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The NBA Season is still young and TSS is keeping the ball in play.


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