Molina said she never believed the NBA would cancel games until Monday, when the league announced it was scrapping the first two weeks of the season _ 100 games _ because owners and players couldn't agree on a new contract.
"I'm worried that my money situation is going to change _ a lot," said waitress Zuly Molina, who works at a Hooters at the Bayside complex next to the Miami Heat's home arena. "It was a lot better last year. We had business before every game, during every game with people who couldn't get tickets watching in here, then after every game. Now it's gone, except for when they have a concert or something like that."