Ainge, Rivers eager for end of NBA lockout

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The lockout allowed Rivers to accompany his son Austin, a freshman guard at Duke, as the Blue Devils traveled to China and Dubai in August.

He said he has enjoyed the time off but hopes the labor difficulties will end soon.

“Decompressing is always good,” Rivers said, “but we’re beginning to get antsy again.”

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