NBA Lockout News:
On Tuesday Nov. 15th, NBA commissioner, representing the interests of the owners, canceled games throughout Dec. 15th 2011. Many folks have asked, ok we get that this is bad, but what does it mean? Continue reading “NBA Union Decertifying?” »
NBA Union Anti-Trust Action
NBA players reject the owners final offer, and with a swift unanimous vote moderated by NBA players union president Billy Hunter (of those present, about 50 players) decide to disband the player’s union and regress several moves back in order Continue reading “Season Dead to Rights!” »
NBA Union to decertify?
David Stern discusses union decertification, NBA players organization meeting in NY Tuesday Nov. 8th 2011. The deal must be signed by the players by Wednesday to make a salvaged season possible this year. Continue reading “NBA Lockout News: Nov. 7” »
What is the NBA Lockout?
Two parties (employer & employee) are in a labor dispute. Normally a boss would just fire an employee that tried to negotiate their wages, but in this case the employees belong to a union which protects their best interests as a group. Their is a stoppage in work because the old agreement has ended, and this new one must be signed before work can continue. Continue reading “NBA Lockout Overview & News” »
NBA Lockout News Blog Asks:
What is the number one professional sport in America?
I would say the NFL (not the NBA) dominates the number one position. But the MLB is always going to be a contender, if not the the legitimate number 2 Continue reading “NBA Fans Seeking Appreciation” »
NBA Lockout Blogs News List
An assembled news list from past & present media on the web dealing with general FAQ on the 2011-12 NBA Labor Lockout. Included beneath is a healthy mix between major news networks and some smaller micro-blog Continue reading “NBA Lockout General FAQ” »