NBA Lockout: Mo Evans Confident A Deal Will Be Made

Maurice Evans is the Vice President of the National Basketball Players Association and a pending free agent as soon as the NBA lockout is solved. The former Washington Wizards guard has not signed a deal to play this season overseas despite his free agency, however, as he is pretty optimistic that a deal will be struck before too much of the regular season is lost.

Following Thursday's meeting in Vegas, in which 35 players were caught up on the current negotiations between the players and the owners, Evans reiterated just how confident he is that the NBA lockout won't last too long.  

Mo Evans steps out meeting 2 talk 2 a worried player. Couldnt see clearly who it was. "we're gonna get a f----n deal. Trust me" #Nbalockout
Sep 15 via Mobile WebFavoriteRetweetReply

 

Either Mo Evans was hacked in real life, as SB Nation colleague Jason Kirk surmised, or the NBA lockout negotiations really aren't as dire as it currently seems.

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