NBA Lockout: 72-Game Season Proposed, Up to Players

72-Game Season Proposed

David Stern and his Labor Negotiations Committee proposed a deal to the NBPA in which a
72-Game Season will begin on December 15, 2011.

NEW YORK CITY– The NBA Labor Negotiations Committee proposed a deal early this morning in which a 72-Game Season will be played, starting on Dec. 15.

..stay tuned for more on the NBA’s 72-Game proposal.

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