NBA: Adam Silver Says There’s Still a ‘Significant Number’ of NBA Teams Losing Money

2017 marks the end of the current NBA collective bargaining agreement (CBA) and it’s expected that there will be another lockout/work stoppage before the owners and players come to a new agreement.  As we gear up for the upcoming headache, the owners are already building their case, claiming that many teams are currently still losing money.


NBA: Deron Williams Says He Hopes Players Are Preparing For a Lockout

The massive new TV deal the NBA signed with ESPN and TNT will bring in over $24 billion in the next nine years.  The new deal in addition to the significant rise in the worth of NBA teams has players looking towards to the collective bargaining agreement.  Following the lockout of 2011 the players and owners came to an agreement but the players felt they conceded a lot.  They can opt-out of that agreement following the 2016-17 season and the players are already letting it be known they will not concede again.  LeBron James says there’s no way the owners can claim to be losing money this time around and that excuse will absolutely not fly over with them.  James however wants a new agreement to come sooner than later, Deron Williams on the otherhand says he hopes players are preparing for an impending lockout.


NBA: Detroit Pistons to Sign 2011 Draft Pick Kyle Singler From Duke

The Detroit Pistons are excited about their rookie class.  Kyle Singler is providing one of the sources of enthusiasm.  Read more after the jump. Shay Marie x Sabrina B.


(Videos) NBA: Scene Deleted From Ray Allen’s Appearance on Extreme Home Makeover Because of Lockout

When Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover, 11, hung himself on April 6, 2009, after being bullied by his classmates at the New Leadership Charter School in Springfield, Mass., it prompted his mother, Sirdeaner Walker, to speak out against bullying. It also left his younger brother, Charles Walker, despondent.  As part of an episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Celtics star Ray Allen joined hundreds of volunteers to give the family a new beginning.  A pivotal scene was deleted because of restrictions of the NBA lockout. Check out the videos after the jump. @Shay_Marie x @gametimegirl


NBA: Top 50 Moments From the 2011 NBA Lockout Games Featuring Kobe, Lebron, Durant & More!

Fans across the country are happy that the NBA lockout is finally over.  One good thing that came from the lockout was one of the best offseasons ever!  Exhibition games gave us highlights to last a lifetime.  Check out The Top 50 Moments from the 2011 NBA Lockout Games after the jump. @Shay_Marie x @gametimegirl


NBA: Tentative Agreement Brings Chris Paul Closer to Becoming to a New York Knick

As soon as commissioner David Stern uttered the words “tentative agreement’’ at 3:30 a.m. yesterday in the GM Building, and ended the nearly five-month-old NBA lockout, Chris Paul got a little closer to wearing a Knicks jersey.  Read more after the jump. @Shay_Marie x @gametimegirl


NBA: Hunter Releases Memo to Players Says They Get 51.2% of the BRI & More

In a memo to union members Saturday night obtained by ESPN.com, NBA Players Association executive director Billy Hunter told players that they will receive a 51.2 percent share of Basketball Related Income in the 2011-12 season.  Read more after the jump. @Shay_Marie x @gametimegirl


NBA: Lebron, Wade, Melo, Durant & More React to New Tentative Agreement

Like many excited fans NBA players woke up to the news of a tentative agreement bringing the lockout to an end.  They took to their twitter accounts to show their happiness and relief to get back to the game that we all know and love.  Read what they had to say after the jump. @Shay_Marie x @gametimegirl


NBA Players & Owners Reach Tentative Agreement, Season to Start Dec. 25!!!!

After nearly two years of bickering, NBA players and owners are back on the same side.  “We want to play basketball,” Commissioner David Stern said.  Come Christmas Day, they should be.  Read more after the jump. @Shay_Marie x @gametimegirl


NBA: Amare Stoudemire’s Next Guest Role Will Include a Kissing Scene

Amar’e Stoudemire might rack up more SAG credits than basketball stats this season, thanks to his burgeoning television career and the lingering NBA lockout.   Read more after the jump. @Shay_Marie x @gametimegirl


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