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NBA’s New CBA Could Help Hornets

Now that the NBA lockout has reportedly ended, it's time to start looking at how it effects the New Orleans Hornets. While it won't completely prevent big-market teams from buying superstars, it makes it more difficult. It also makes it easier for a small-market team (like the Hornets) to compete on and off the court.

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NBA Lockout Is Over! Owners and Players Finally Reach a Compromise

After a 149-day lockout, NBA owners and players agreed to a tentative new collective bargaining agreement that will salvage a 66-game season. Both sides appear to have compromised in order to avoid canceling the season for the first time in NBA history.

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NBA Talks Resume, Christmas Goal Date

The NBA lockout entered day 146 this morning, with no end in sight. However, now several news outlets are reporting that talks have resumed, with a specific Christmas goal date in mind.

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Chris Paul And Star Pals Coming To New Orleans

New Orleans Hornets All NBA point guard Chris Paul, Miami Heat superstars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, and New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, will go on a 4 game "Homecoming Tour," setting up two rosters for each game. Paul and his star pals will visit New Orleans on December 3rd.

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NBA Talks Break Down; Players Will Regroup

After 11 hours of negotiating Thursday, the NBA owners offered the players a revised deal. If the players accept, a 72 game season would begin on December 15th. However, the players did not accept the deal, choosing instead to regroup and meet with the owners on Monday or Tuesday.

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New NBA Deal Needs To Even Playing Field

In the last two weeks, I've been asked many questions on the air, and via e-mail, regarding the NBA lockout. My position of what a new NBA deal should look like hasn't changed in 3 years. The league needs to even the playing field for teams in smaller markets. Otherwise, the league will only survive, rather than flourish.

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Michael Jordan Is A Sellout

NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, current owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, has become the voice of the owners looking to rip the current players of their fair share of generated league revenue. For so many reasons, this makes Jordan a sellout.

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NBA Cancels Remaining Preseason Games

The NBA announced today that the entire 114-game preseason schedule has been canceled because a new collective bargaining agreement has not been reached with the National Basketball Players Association. If no deal is done by Monday, the first two weeks of the regular season will be canceled.

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NBA Postpones Training Camp, Cancels 43 Preseason Games

Still in the midst of a lockout, the NBA canceled all preseason games from October 9th to the 15th. Originally scheduled to begin October 3rd, player training camps for the 2011-12 season have been postponed indefinitely. With a new CBA agreement nowhere in sight, this probably won't be the first NBA announcement of canceled games.

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Kobe Weighs Options During Lockout, May Play Abroad

Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant is currently overseas holding youth basketball clinics. Bryant says he may stay overseas and play basketball professionally if the NBA lockout continues to threaten the 2011-2012 season.

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