NBA Reaches Tentative Deal To Save Season
Now that the lockout is over, and the 2011-12 season will take place, the 30 NBA teams will be hustling to get themselves together, signing free agents, putting together training camps, and getting ready to play in an abbreviated period.
Dirk Nowitzki is well now but return later this year with the NBA Dallas Mavericks-winner on the field. Since Friday night (local time) the wage dispute to the North American NBA basketball league has ended – at least for now.
Both sides in NBA battle reach out to previous deal-broker Quinn (Ken Berger, CBSSports.com) • NY Senator Malcolm A. Smith launches own Occupy NBA movement to get lockout settled (Stefan Bondy, New York Daily News)
NBA Lockout Settlement News: Tentative Agreement Reached For An NBA Season By Christmas. Everything we know about the new deal.
By Tim Molloy at TheWrap The NBA and its players union announced a tentative agreement early Saturday to end their five-month lockout and start the season on Christmas Day. A majority of the 29 owners and 450 players still need to vote for the