The NBA is a little more than one season removed from a brutal lockout that centered around a claim the team owners are not making money. But, the Sacramento Kings owners have agreed to sell the team for $525 million and that’s drawn the ire of Miami Heat superstar LeBron James.
The 5 p.m. deadline for the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association to strike a deal has come and gone; but, the onset of a NBA nuclear winter has not come just yet.
The prospects of a full season of the Big Three and the Miami Heat seeking a return trip to the NBA Finals is continuing to look increasingly grim.
Miami Heat owner Micky Arison was fined $500,000 for his Twitter comments on the never-ending NBA lockout. But if some NBA owners had their way, Arison would have been hit in the pocketbook even harder.
Talks between the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association broke down again on Friday. Just like last week, it looked like an agreement was in reach; then one side refused to budge and the talks disintegrated.
Fans of the Miami Heat may be closer than ever to seeing the best franchise in the state of Florida play again this season after a marathon negotiating session in New York Wednesday night.
As multi-millionaires and billionaires continue to fight in the NBA lockout dispute, the real victims are suffering pay cuts and layoffs.
The 2011-2012 NBA season may hang in the balance when labor talks resume Friday in New York.
The National Basketball Players Association was supposed to gather in Miami on Tuesday for a union meeting to discuss the ongoing NBA lockout. Instead, the NBPA will be traveling to New York for another round of bargaining sessions.
While the Miami Dolphins have taken the field in preparations for the upcoming season, the Miami Heat remain in a deep freeze as the NBA lockout is showing no signs of ending in the next few months.