Browsing NBA Lockout

NBA Offseason Trades and Free Agency Moves So Far

Posted on 13 Dec, 2011, by in NBA

The NBA offseason is more than just trade rumors about Chris Paul and Dwight Howard. It’s the amnesty clause, Lamar Odom traded from the Lakers to Dallas and plenty of free agency action. More

Who Should NBA Teams Use the Amnesty Clause On

Posted on 2 Dec, 2011, by in NBA

The new Amnesty clause put into the new CBA kicking in from December 8 is causing quite a lot of confusion but also giving many teams a chance to free plenty of cap space. Some players, like Gilbert Arenas and Brandon Roy, look like perfect candidates for the usage of the clause. More

Owners and Players Reach Tentative Deal to (Possibly) End NBA Lockout

Posted on 26 Nov, 2011, by in NBA

The NBA Lockout might be over. The owners and players reached a tentative deal on Friday after 15 hours of negotiating, with a 2011-2012 season starting on Christmas with a 66 game schedule planned for the teams. More

Occupy – NBA Lockout Edition

Posted on 9 Nov, 2011, by in NBA

The NBA Lockout has reached another crucial stage, as David Stern’s ultimatum has been met with another NO DEAL from the players, which makes the Wednesday, 5PM deadline a way-point with very grim possibilities, including cancelling the season. More

The NBA Lockout Nightmare – Month 5 and Counting

Posted on 4 Nov, 2011, by in NBA

From hope to despair, from 53 to 47, from BRI to age limits, two years in college, hard caps and flex caps. And that’s not all. But after so many words, after a growing sense of optimism that blew up in everyone’s faces this week when Billy Hunter turned the latest offer down, the bottom line is that we’re over four months into the NBA lockout. More

NBA Lockout Gets Longer, Future of Season Gets Darker

Posted on 25 Oct, 2011, by in NBA

The NBA season will be another two weeks shorter it seems, and the NBA Lockout keeps on going, steamrolling NBA Fans into apathy. Tyson Chandler calling the owners dictators, players being agressive in the media instead of shutting up and focusing on negotiations isn’t helping. More

The NBA Lockout Infographic

Posted on 21 Oct, 2011, by in Featured

An infographic showing how we got to the current NBA Lockout, ever since the latest deal between the players and owners was signed in 2005, through the direction David Stern took the league and how LeBron James and others took it somewhere else, he doesn’t like. More

NBA Lockout Still Nowhere Near Ending

Posted on 21 Oct, 2011, by in NBA

One more week, 30 hours of negotiations, this time with a federal mediator George Cohen, with and without sick David Stern, and still, the NBA players and owners seem hundreds of millions of dollars apart, and more of the season getting cancelled is now in jeopardy. More

First Two Weeks of 2011-2012 NBA Season Cancelled

Posted on 11 Oct, 2011, by in NBA

Another deadline not met, and here we are. One hundernd NBA games cancelled, no basketball of the first two “planned” NBA weeks, and David Stern saying there was a significant gulf on virtually all issues. More

The ABC’s of the NBA Lockout

Posted on 7 Oct, 2011, by in NBA

The ABC’s of the NBA Lockout, a few days before we find out if regular season games from the 2011-2012 NBA season are going to start getting cancelled. More