It looks more and more like the NBA lockout should end shortly. After two straight days of productive meetings, and a very jovial press conference by the NBAPA and the owners, the two are closer than ever to coming to an agreement which could still include an 82 game season.
NEW YORK -- NBA owners and players are talking for a third straight day, with commissioner David Stern vowing they will take "one heck of a shot" at ending the lockout.
"There are no guarantees that we'll get it done, but we're going to give it one heck of a shot tomorrow," Stern said Thursday night. "I think that Billy and the union's negotiators feel the same way. I know that ours do."