The NBA lockout negotiations just keep getting more and more confusing.  It’s difficult to figure out who to side with and who’s telling the truth.  Well according to Oklahoma City star Kevin Durant, he is looking for some concessions from NBA owners to help end the lockout.  Read more after the jump.

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“They got to meet us at some point,” Durant said after playing in an exhibition game at a DC-area high school on Saturday. “I feel like (the owners) aren’t helping us out—they’re not trying meet us halfway with it.”

Durant said the players had “sacrificed a lot” in an effort to reach a labor agreement.

The owners and players are scheduled to meet with a federal mediator on Tuesday and Commissioner David Stern has said the league’s popular Christmas Day games could be canceled if that session does not go well.

The lockout, which began in July, already has wiped out the first two weeks of the regular season.

“The way the meetings (have) been going, it’s just so slow,” Durant said. “Us as players, we bring in a lot of the money. Hopefully we come to an agreement, but we got to stand firm.”