Thursday, December 25, 2014

Back to the bargaining table

The NBA and the NBA Player's Association are back at the bargaining table today in NYC. Word is that each side will be represented by a small contingent of negotiators. For NBA fans out there, this is very good news: the NBA has, at least temporarily, delayed canceling two more weeks of the season and decided instead to continue hashing out the issues around the bargaining table.

Back to the bargaining table

The NBA and the NBA Player's Association are back at the bargaining table today in NYC. Word is that each side will be represented by a small contingent of negotiators. For NBA fans out there, this is very good news: the NBA has, at least temporarily, delayed canceling two more weeks of the season and decided instead to continue hashing out the issues around the bargaining table.

If you want to follow today's labor odyssey, from stakeout to post-meeting availability, you can do that here: Deep Sixer. It promises to be a very good time.

--Kate


Each week, Kate will check in from the road and answer fan questions about the Sixers. Click here to ask Kate a question or e-mail her at kfagan@phillynews.com.

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