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Goodbye New Jersey, Goodbye Deron?

A "nuclear winter" may be upon us. And here, that means that the Nets, as they push their move to Brooklyn, may have played their last game in New Jersey. Does it matter? It definitely matters if Deron Williams has played his last game as a Net.

No Deal, But No "Reset" Either; Players, NBA To Resume Negotiations In New York Thursday

The NBA and the Players Association met for 12 hours on Wednesday. The bad news is that they still haven't reached a deal. The good news is that the NBA is freezing it's timeline in regard to a "reset" proposal until they get through this session, which will continue Thursday at noon.

Will NBA Owners Grant Players Another Meeting Before Wednesday Deadline?

The NBA lockout is about to reach another critical juncture. Seemingly, the season could be salvaged or completely wiped out, depending on how the players react to the owner's ultimatum on a final 50/50 offer. Before they do that, however, the players would like to meet with the owners one more time.

More Progress Sets Up Friday As Possible Day For A Deal

More hope came from Thursday's labor negotiations in Manhattan. This meeting was only half as long as Wednesday's, and the BRI split was still not discussed, but more progress was made on system...

21. Deron Williams mysteriously disappearing for 36 hours in December, followed by a press...

21. Deron Williams mysteriously disappearing for 36 hours in December, followed by a press conference in which Williams (with fresh bruises on his face) sits next to Mikhail Prokhorov and announces that he's inked a lucrative extension to remain with the Nets.

http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/7131896/proactively-mourning-nba Bill Simons- Grant Land The Sports Guy lists what he's already proactively mourning from the 2011-12 NBA season.

Tuesday Is Next Big Day In Labor Talks

David Stern made the media rounds on Thursday, explaining the owners' position in the NBA lockout and stressing the importance of next week's talks with federal mediator George Cohen. The two sides...

Sides "Very, Very Far Apart", First Two Weeks of Season Canceled

Reports of progress turned out to be a myth. After seven hours of discussion, David Stern came out of the NBA labor talks to announce that "I'm sorry to report ... that the first two weeks of the season have been canceled." Stern said the two sides remained "very very far apart."

Beck: League And Union To Meet Sunday Night in New York

With the first two weeks of the regular season on the brink of being cancelled, the NBA and Players Union will meet Sunday night in New York, reports Howard Beck of the New York Times. The meeting...

Just One Nets Preseason Game Affected By NBA Announcement

The NBA announced on Friday that training camps will be postponed indefinitely and that 43 preseason games (those played from Oct. 9-15) have been canceled. The Nets were only set to play one preseason game before Oct. 18, a meeting in Trenton with the Philadelphia 76ers on Oct. 13. They still have five more preseason games on the schedule.

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