The NBA's top labor negotiators and their counterparts in the players union will meet Sunday night in an 11th-hour attempt to avert the cancellation of any regular-season games, sources have confirmed.
After two years of mostly fruitless labor talks, league officials and union leaders will reconvene Friday in New York on the 92nd day of the NBA lockout for what is being widely regarded as a now-or-never weekend of negotiations
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Defining one of the goals of owners in ongoing collective bargaining talks, NBA commissioner David Stern said teams would like some type of relief from long-term contract obligations to unproductive players.