NBA and Players Union Will Meet Again Tuesday

The NBA and Players Union met today in New York City, and after a five-hour session both sides agreed to gather again next Tuesday. Unlike the previous two meetings were only high-level officials attended, these negotiations will be a full session.

For the first time in months, NBA fans feel as though the lockout will end before the season is set to start. Although David Stern did not comment on whether or not this full meeting means the sides are close to a new deal, you can be certain that both parties have made major strides in closing their gap.

The only reason full committees have been called is because the separations is getting smaller and a new deal is on the horizon.

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