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2011 NBA Lockout

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Top 2011 NBA Lockout Articles

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  • Lakers have limited participation in first practice session

     
    Lakers have limited participation in first practice session...
  • Derek Fisher juggling labor negotiations and training

     
    Derek Fisher juggling labor negotiations and training...
  • Mitch Kupchak says Lakers will be 'very limited' in free agency

     
    The Lakers roster that takes the floor at Staples Center on Christmas could look a lot like the one that shows up when training camp starts a week from Friday. General Manager Mitch Kupchak said Friday during a media conference at the team's training...
  • With lockout ending, rookie Justin Harper is done playing in France

     
    Perhaps no Orlando Magic player handled the lockout more constructively than 6-foot-9 rookie forward Justin Harper, who spend the lockout playing pro basketball in France....
  • Mitch Kupchak: 'We believe in this group' (Web links)

     
    --The Times' Mike Bresnahan talks to Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak, who expresses confidence in the team's current roster and acknowledges that he wants to "shore up our depth chart." Bresnahan also sizes up some of the current free-agent class. --...
  • NBA talks resume, with Dec. 25 again the target

     
    They're back. No, not Derek Fisher, anyone calling themselves a union representative, or even anyone willing to blather publicly about the inequity of it all. But under the cover of an impending holiday weekend, operatives for the NBA and what formerly...
  • ASK IRA: Could a Heat Dec. 25 opener offer payback?

     
    Q: Do we even think about a deal getting done in the next few days? It sure would be nice. I know that a Christmas game is not a “must have” for this season to be legitimate, but it's basketball and has become a tradition. Besides, any game...
  • TV deal gave NBA incentive to settle lockout in time for Christmas

     
    What a relief. Instead of David Stern and Billy Hunter co-starring in “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” we get Mariah Carey singing and the Heat and Mavs playing in the traditional Christmas tripleheader. What a surprise? Not really. Even as...
  • The ultimate LeBron lockout highlight remix | (Video)

     
    The problem with the end of the lockout is that traveling, palming, double-dribbling all become violations. Party-poopers, those NBA refs. So before we get back to games that count, games with real rules, a moment to reflect on the only NBA basketball...
  • Odds are against Orlando Magic playing in London in 2011-12

     
    The tentative labor deal between players and owners will save most of the 2011-12 NBA regular season, but the litigation settlement probably didn't arrive soon enough to salvage the two games the Magic had been scheduled to play in London against the...
  • NBA agreement: The players’ perspective

     
    Months or even weeks ago, the settlement that will bring the NBA lockout to a close would have been widely derided by players. Now? Now apparently they have seen the light, or at least seen the need to get back on the court. With spin so often following...
  • ESPN’s Skip Bayless to Magic fans “Orlando, he’s staying. Trust me”

     
    The volume levels always go up when ESPN personalities Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith meet on First Take. But the decibels reached another notch when the subject of Dwight Howard's future with the Orlando Magic came up as a topic....