Friday, November 25, 2011

NBA Lockout

As you all probably know there are no NBA games due to the lockout.
The 2011 NBA lockout is the fourth lockout in the history of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The owners began the lockout on July 1, 2011. The main issues dividing the owners and the players are revenue sharing and the structure of the salary cap. During the lockout, teams cannot trade, sign or contact players and players cannot access NBA team facilities, trainers or staffs. All pre-season games and the first six weeks of the 2011–12 season through December 15, 2011, have already been cancelled. Some players have signed contracts to play in other countries, and most have the option to return to the NBA as soon as the lockout ends. The lockout will remain in effect until the National Basketball Trade Association (NBTA) reaches a deal with the NBA owners.
As soon as the season starts (if it starts at all) we will continue our NBA Daily Picks service.

In the meantime you can check our updated Attractive Sexy Cheerleaders section.

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