When the NBA’s best players start talking about playing overseas, it may be time to officially start worrying about the lockout.
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Another day without NBA basketball. You know what that means? More players finding ways to keep themselves busy.
Twitter nearly exploded late Monday when superstars Tim Tebow, LeBron James, and Dwight Howard all became part of the same conversation.
For someone like Ricky Rubio who is looking to adjust to life in the NBA, the lockout is probably particularly annoying.
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.
Normally when people talk about the NBA lockout it’s to complain or talk about certain players’ sob stories from their days of unemployment and boredom.
The lockout may be tougher for some players than it is for others, but if the rest of us can afford to give out candy on Halloween I think professional athletes should be able to.
While NBA fans sit and stew about basketball games being cancelled and having nothing to watch, players not only have to find stuff to do to keep busy, but they also have to figure out ways to manage