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NBA owners and players were engaged in another marathon session Friday, meeting for more than 15 hours in talks aimed at ending the 148-day lockout in time to save the league's Christmas Day schedule.
A person familiar with the deal says NBA owners and players have reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout.
NBA owners and players resumed talks Friday aimed at ending the 148-day lockout in time to save the league's Christmas Day schedule.
NBA owners and players met for more than 11 hours Friday in an attempt to end the 148-day lockout in time to save the league's Christmas Day schedule.
As Commissioner David Stern's deadline passed, the NBA and its players continued negotiating Wednesday in an attempt to end the lockout.
Top negotiators for the NBA and players' association met Sunday night in perhaps the last chance to avoid canceled regular-season games.
With one round of cancelations behind them and more significant ones looming without a new labor deal soon, representatives for NBA players and owners will meet Tuesday and perhaps Wednesday for talks aimed at ending the lockout.
NBA owners and players met for about 5 1/2 hours Wednesday, plan to resume negotiations Thursday, and could even sit down again Friday.