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  1. NBA lockout -- Labor talks resume Wednesday

    Officials from the NBA and players' association will meet Wednesday, less than a week after three days of talks with a federal mediator couldn't produce a deal to end the lockout, according to multiple reports.

    Story | Conversation | October 25, 2011
  2. No NBA labor deal headed into deadline day

    NBA players and owners still have no deal headed into the deadline for starting the season on time.

    Story | Conversation | October 09, 2011
  3. Sources -- NBA owners move slightly off hard-cap demand

    NBA commissioner David Stern presented a new proposal to the players union in Tuesday's talks that did not include a hard salary cap but included an array of concessions from the players, according to league sources familiar with the bargaining talks.

    Story | Conversation | September 27, 2011
  4. NBA - Rebuilding the Phoenix Suns starts with trading Steve Nash

    Tom Haberstroh

    Tom Haberstroh examines the underachieving Phoenix Suns, who after a mediocre 40-42 season must look for ways to bring themselves young -- and cheap -- talent. The only way to do that is to trade the face of the franchise, Steve Nash.

    Story | Conversation | September 19, 2011
  5. NBA lockout -- Talks break off early Thursday with none planned

    NBA commissioner David Stern missed Thursday morning's Board of Governor's meeting and will most likely not attend the mediation sessions between the owners and locked-out players scheduled for Thursday afternoon.

    Story | Conversation | October 20, 2011
  6. NBA owners, players back at the bargaining table

    NBA Commissioner David Stern, union president Derek Fisher and their top advisers are spending more time talking about a new labor deal.

    Story | Conversation | September 08, 2011
  7. Owners, players begin dialogue on new CBA

    Darren Rovell

    NBA owners and players, hoping to avoid the work stoppage that ravaged the last labor negotiations, began preliminary talks Tuesday toward a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.

    Story | Conversation | May 06, 2003