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Two weeks of NBA games are lost. Many more could be in jeopardy.
Two weeks of the NBA season are gone and more are in jeopardy because of what Commissioner David Stern calls "the gulf that separates us" in labor negotiations.
Facing a Monday deadline to reach a deal or have regular-season games canceled, NBA owners and players have resumed talks toward ending the lockout.
NBA Commissioner David Stern canceled the first two weeks of the season Monday after owners and players were unable to reach a new labor deal and end the lockout.
Sticking to his deadline, NBA Commissioner David Stern erased the first two weeks of the season after negotiations failed to produce a new labor deal and warned that more games were in jeopardy of being cut.
Derek Fisher left a meeting with NBA officials and, as he has all summer, reported no breakthrough on a new labor deal. Do that again Monday, and the start of the season is expected to be called off.
The NBA lockout is now into its fourth month, with Day 102 looming Monday as commissioner David Stern's momentous day to cancel the first two weeks of the season if no deal has been reached.
Top negotiators for the NBA and players' association met Sunday night in perhaps the last chance to avoid canceled regular-season games.
The NBA players' association wanted a meeting and said the league would grant one _ under one condition.