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NBA Lockout: Owners Deliver Deathblow to Optimists

The optimists covering the NBA lockout took a big blow after Tuesday’s meeting between the National Basketball Players Association’s executive board and the NBA’s Labor Relations Committee. There was a lot of optimism from the mainstream media about the NBA lockout leading up to Tuesday’s meeting between the NBPA and NBA. Chris Sheridan said the two sides were closer than people think.
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