Celtics Talk

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Kevin Garnett went into the negotiating room and, reportedly, set the discussions back with his aggressive attitude.
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Currently at a standstill, the NBA and its players association have turned to mediator George H. Cohen to try to help the two sides come closer to an agreement on a new labor deal.
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Rajon Rondo says his focus is on improving his game and being ready to contribute for the Celtics, but he can't rule out possibly playing overseas if the lockout drags on.
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JaVale McGee says some of the NBA players want to give in and end the lockout. The players refute the claim.
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An extended lockout raises the possibility of contraction, meaning fewer jobs of players and fewer dollars for owners.
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Christmas and the NBA belong together like peanut butter and jelly. Pork chops and apple sauce. You get the idea. But there's a real chance those games are cancelled, according to David Stern.
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On this week's edition of Friday FT's Paul Pierce is changing his nickname this year, Rajon Rondo is working hard at University of Kentucky, and Giants pitcher Brian Wilson defends the C's greatness.

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