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Two people with knowledge of the plans say the lead negotiators for the NBA owners and players will meet Wednesday for just the second time since the lockout began.
Trevor Booker's first choice is to be sitting on the Washington Wizards' bench come November, ready to enter the game and provide some defensive energy. But if the NBA still is in a lockout when the season is scheduled to start, Booker has his backup plan in place.
David Stern wants progress in the NBA's collective bargaining talks by Labor Day. He may get his wish.
People with knowledge of the plans say the NBA and players' association will meet next week, fitting in a bargaining session before the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Lockout or not, Elton Brand is set to play basketball with his Philadelphia 76ers teammates.
LeBron James stood before 360 third-graders on Monday, telling them their futures are bright.
Trying to head off the chance of an antitrust lawsuit from the NBA Players Association, the league went ahead and beat the union to court.
A month into the lockout, the only change is in David Stern's mood.
Exactly one month into the lockout, NBA owners and players are talking again.