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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.
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.
David Stern returned to the bargaining table Monday and said "nothing" gave him reason for encouragement.
Exactly one month into the lockout, NBA owners and players are talking again.
NBA owners and players will resume talks toward a new collective bargaining agreement Monday, a month after the lockout started, people with knowledge of the plans said Wednesday.
Brian Shaw had Kobe Bryant's support, among others, to become the Los Angeles Lakers coach upon Phil Jackson's retirement.
The NBA is in a lockout after a last-ditch effort Thursday failed to produce a new collective bargaining agreement.