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Lakers’ Fisher Leads Players to One More Pre-Lockout Meeting & The Top NBA News Reviewed by Momizat on . Top Story The NBA Players Union and the league executives will have one final meeting on Thursday before the current CBA expires. The meeting will take place in Top Story The NBA Players Union and the league executives will have one final meeting on Thursday before the current CBA expires. The meeting will take place in Rating:
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Lakers’ Fisher Leads Players to One More Pre-Lockout Meeting & The Top NBA News

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The NBA Players Union and the league executives will have one final meeting on Thursday before the current CBA expires. The meeting will take place in New York and both sides hope to sign a new deal before 11:59 P.M. on Thursday in order to avoid a lockout.

Union/Executives plan to meet on Thursday: Pro Basketball Talk

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