Thursday, December 25, 2014

Another stakeout

The NBA lockout continues with this afternoon's mediated bargaining session in New York. For the third consecutive day, the owners and union will sit down with federal mediator George Cohen in an attempt to bridge the gap on any number of issues.

Another stakeout

The NBA lockout continues with this afternoon's mediated bargaining session in New York. For the third consecutive day, the owners and union will sit down with federal mediator George Cohen in an attempt to bridge the gap on any number of issues.

The two sides have spent around 22 hours at the bargaining table over the previous two days and today's session could go well into the night. If you want to follow the very exciting stakeout via Twitter, you can do that here: Deep Sixer. If you want to read yesterday's blog post about the new 76ers' owners, you can do that here: Staying Relevant.

More later.

--Kate


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