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  1. An Economics Professor Explains Monday's NBA Lockout News

    Jonathan Abrams

    On Monday, the NBA labor negotiations completely imploded. Billy Hunter and Derek Fisher, with seemingly half of the NBA at their side, declared their intentions to disband the union and file an antitrust lawsuit against the league. In response, NBA ...

    Blog | November 14, 2011
  2. The NBA Lockout Timeline

    Jonathan Abrams

    So this week was filled with more lengthy NBA lockout meetings, but no deal was reached. Next week, player representatives will go over the league's latest revised offer. In case you've forgotten, here a handy timeline that helps explain how we've ar...

    Blog | November 11, 2011
  3. After Marathon NBA Lockout Session, a Ride With Billy Hunter

    Jonathan Abrams

    Nearly every one of these NBA labor negotiations ends the same way. Press conference areas are set up, usually in adjacent rooms, and NBA commissioner David Stern and deputy commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA executive director Billy Hunter and Derek ...

    Blog | November 10, 2011
  4. Reporting on the Reporting From Friday's NBA Lockout Meeting (Upd...

    Jonathan Abrams

    Grantland's Jonathan Abrams is staking out Friday's NBA lockout meeting, and he's e-mailing us updates throughout the day. Can someone send Jonathan Abrams a pizza or something? He's probably in for a long day. From: Abrams Sent: Fri, Oct 28,...

    Blog | October 28, 2011
  5. His Own Words: Ben Gordon on the NBA Lockout

    Jonathan Abrams

    As part of our coverage of the NBA lockout, Grantland's Jonathan Abrams spoke with Detroit Pistons guard Ben Gordon about playing overseas, Billy Hunter, and his offseason so far. Grantland: How has the lockout changed your typical offseason...

    Blog | August 16, 2011
  6. Jonathan Abrams on NBA Player Association director Billy Hunter

    Jonathan Abrams

    Billy Hunter's long, strange career.

    Story | Conversation | July 27, 2011