NBA Executives and Players Union To Meet Tomorrow

After a successful labor session today in New York City, the NBA and Players union will once again gather tomorrow. This will be the fourth meeting since the owners locked out the players on July 1st, and will be the first time two sessions occurred on consecutive days.

This can be seen as a great sign as both sides are finally collaborating and working towards signing a new CBA. NBA fans can finally smile as it seems as though the work stoppage may not in fact cancel the upcoming season.

Still, more work needs to be done and the parties must continue to schedule labor meetings if fans want to see basketball start on time.

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