Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony returned to work Thursday — and immediately were asked about working together.
Now that there’s a handshake deal on a new labor agreement, NBA Commissioner David Stern and union executives must persuade owners and players to approve it, guaranteeing a Christmas Day triple header.
NBA players made it clear Tuesday: No deal. No fear of Commissioner David Stern’s ultimatum, either.
Derek Fisher denied a rift in union leadership in a letter to NBA players Monday, telling them there have been “no side agreements, no side negotiations or anything close” with league officials.
Miami Heat owner Micky Arison has been fined by the NBA, three days after he made references to the locked-out league’s ongoing collective bargaining process on his Twitter account.
The New York Times reports that the NBA will craft an entirely new 2011-2012 schedule once the lockout finally ends, sending the schedule released back in July to the scrap heap.
The New York Daily News is reporting that the NBA will cancel two more weeks of the season on Tuesday.
While the NBA and the players’ union remained at a standstill and players took the court in exhibition games, the lockout has affected many more people around the league.
Kevin Durant had 42 points, 26 rebounds and 11 assists for a triple-double in his charity basketball game Saturday, leading his team to a 176-171 victory in overtime.
NBA owners and players ended negotiations after about five hours Thursday, and no further discussions were scheduled.
After 24 ½ hours of meetings with NBA owners and players over two days, George Cohen went to the only place someone hoping to cling to some shred of sanity would go.
The NBA and players’ association are ready to try mediation, and Commissioner David Stern wants results quickly.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Eric Gordon says he doesn’t expect NBA players to give up the labor fight against the owners any time soon.
NBA commissioner David Stern has canceled the first two weeks of the NBA season after more than seven hours of meetings on Monday.
The league and players wrapped a five-plus hour meeting in New York Sunday in a last-ditch effort to save the start of the NBA regular season. How’d it go?