National Basketball Association

  • NBA reaches tentative agreement with its players

    While the rest of the country was out shopping for Black Friday, or lounging on the couch in a post-turkey coma, the National Basketball Association (NBA) and its players were stuck in a negotiating session, trying to resolve the NBA’s long-running labor dispute.

  • NBA players consolidate lawsuits

    Some of the hardwood’s biggest stars have shifted their high-flying act from the basketball court to a court of law. After filing a pair of antitrust lawsuits against the National Basketball Association (NBA) in separate states, NBA players decided to double-team the owners by consolidating their suits, and picking Minnesota...

  • NBA players dissolve union, plan antitrust lawsuit

    After months of bargaining, the NBA players and the league have returned to square one, jeopardizing the remainder of the 2011-2012 season.

  • NBA labor dispute faces decertification threat, deadline for negotiations

    After another long round of labor negotiations, NBA Commissioner David Stern tried to get things moving Sunday by issuing an ultimatum and a deadline for the deals to end.

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    InsideCounsel updates some of the biggest stories that we've covered in recent weeks.

  • NBA labor dispute continues

    Football and hockey may be in full swing, but sports fans remain on edge as to whether there will be a 2011-2012 basketball season.

  • NBA season stalled by labor talks

    After meeting for more than five hours on Thursday, the National Basketball Association remains without a solution to the labor negotiations as preseason games and training camps are set to begin.

  • NBA nails players with unfair labor charge

    Taking a page from the National Football League and its protracted labor dispute with its players’ union, the National Basketball Association today decided to step up and take control of the headlines recently devoted to endless professional sports drama.

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