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Searching for progress to end the NBA lockout, owners and players held another lengthy bargaining session Wednesday despite the departure of Commissioner David Stern.
Tony Parker packed his bags for three months _ just in case the NBA lockout lasts that long.
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.
The latest dominos have fallen in the ever-changing world of college conference realignment. Now schools from coast to coast are left to figure out how they will be affected.
NBA owners and players met for about 5 1/2 hours Wednesday, plan to resume negotiations Thursday, and could even sit down again Friday.
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.
A month into the lockout, the only change is in David Stern's mood.
Maurice "Mo" Evans spent the morning in his dentist's office. But a little swelling wasn't about to keep him off the court. After seeing the dentist, Evans headed for the gym to work out and play basketball with some friends.
The NBA is in a lockout after a last-ditch effort Thursday failed to produce a new collective bargaining agreement.