Players Union To Meet Thursday in New York

The NBA and players union do not have any meetings scheduled at this point, but sources say the players will gather on Thursday in New York. According to ESPN’s Ric Bucher, the players will make their way to New York so they can plan their next moves in this lockout.

Ric Bucher ESPN: “Players union will meet Thursday in NY to map out next move in negotiations, source says.”

The players will likely discuss the BRI and determine how united they in fact are. However, the only way to end the lockout is for both sides to come together.

 

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