Nick Young made a bold statement Saturday evening after NBA labor negotiations ended with little progress. The Wizards guard was so upset he tweeted that he would no longer wear Michael Jordan shoes.
At least one NBA player has made it known he’s ready to compromise in order to continue his basketball career.
Statistics can sometimes be misleading. Attendance numbers are no exception. But that doesn’t mean they are not interesting to examine.
Here are some numbers to think about.
The NBA owners have locked out the players and the sides are working on negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement.
The NBA players are currently locked out by the NBA team owners who are seeking significant changes to the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Disgraceful. Disgusting. Shameful. Reprehensible. Sell out. Those were some of the words that came to mind as I witnessed Deion Sanders’ speech at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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Larry Scott continues to impress as the commissioner of the Pac-12.
The best kept secret for sports fans seems to have finally come through: the lockout is over.