David Stern says if No Deal by Tuesday Christmas Games to Be Canceled
If you are expecting to see NBA basketball in 2011, don’t count on it, best cast scenario would be early 2012.
David Stern and the owners want to choke out the players and the best way to do that is by canceling games and they are willing to lose the entire season to get the deal they want.
Setting another arbitrary deadline for more lost games, NBA commissioner David Stern said that without an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement by Tuesday, he fears there will be no games on Christmas Day.
“It’s time to make the deal,” Stern said, speaking deliberately and threateningly Wednesday in an interview on New York’s WFAN radio. “If we don’t make it on Tuesday, my gut — this is not in my official capacity of canceling games — but my gut is that we won’t be playing on Christmas Day.”
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