Celtics Talk

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After meeting for about 12 hours - seven hours past the Stern-imposed deadline - the NBA and players union will meet again Thursday afternoon to work towards a new CBA before more games are missed.
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With a deal still not in place, A. Sherrod Blakely gives updates about the talks leading to the 5 p.m. deadline.
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The NBA players union said it was willing to negotiate today, before the league-imposed 5 p.m. deadline to accept the latest offer, but there's no indication the sides will meet.
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Fed up with the current state of the NBA lockout, Paul Pierce has taken actions into his own hands, obtaining signatures of NBA players in favor of de-certifying from the union.
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The NBA might as well stand for No Bargaining Anymore. That's the impression David Stern gave when Derek Fisher said the players would not be accepting the current offer.
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The owners have the upper hand at every turn in these talks, and fate of the NBA could be in the hands of players like Glen Davis and Delonte West. Scary, right? But it's true.
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Commissioner David Stern gives NBA players an offer and a deadline: Accept a chance to earn up to 51 percent of basketball-related income by Wednesday, or get ready for a deal that's a whole lot worse.

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