After a lockout that has lasted more than three months, whether the NBA season starts on time could come down to one “very huge day” in labor talks.
With perhaps days left to avoid further damage to the NBA schedule, negotiators for owners and players are talking again in hopes of ending the lockout.
Without at least getting very close to the framework of a new collective bargaining agreement this weekend, hopes of the 2011-12 season starting on time would be all but lost.
With locked-out NBA players threatening to file an antitrust lawsuit, the league beat them to court.
The NBA players’ association will keep doubting the league’s financial losses, since it made inaccurate projections before.
The NBA collective bargaining agreement expired and now we have another lockout on our hands. Gary Washburn spoke with Toucher & Rich about the main things that David Stern wants, is this worse than the last lockout and who’s to blame?
Broadcasting live from Hurricane O’Reilly’s, Felger & Massarotti were joined by Jermaine Wiggins to discuss the Celtics 102-91 loss to the Heat. Who do you blame for the loss?
Adrian Wojnarowski from Yahoo Sports spoke with Toucher & Rich about the way David Stern handles things in the NBA.
William Spooner said to Timberwolves coach Kurt Rambis “he’d ‘get it back” after a bad call. Spooner dropped a lawsuit against AP reporter, Jon Krawczynski, regarding a tweet about the alleged event. Did the NBA ask Spooner to drop the lawsuit to protect the NBA officiating?
[photogallerylink id=33259 align=right]In the second hour of Toucher & Rich they “Ask A Pink Hat.” The home run derby sucked and NBA commissioner David Stern slaps Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert with a 100,000 dollar […]