The NBA lockout continues to drag on, and the only person to blame is David Stern
Everyone thought David Stern won the 1999 NBA Lockout, just like everyone will eventually give the owners the 2011 (or 2012 ... or 2013) victory. But Stern never wins a lockout because he doesn't want to.
The NBA lockout hit a stalemate on Tuesday, and while David Stern explained both sides' disagreements, the NBA Players Association is preparing players to sit out half the season. At least. There has to be a silver lining in all this, right?
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While the union and owners are locked up together trying to solve the NBA lockout, they can make a few changes to the D-League to make it better resemble the official minor league it is billed to be.
As the NBA lockout crawls on, we're left to wonder that if the league is in such financial peril, why are very rich men paying huge sums of money to get a team?