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  • Apollo wrote: View Post
    D. Will is full of crap. He doesn't want to get booed and this is his damage control. Here's your likely 10% Nets fans:

    Source: Twitter @basketballtalk
    Thats his hometown as well and they need to replace JKidd.

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    • Amnesty details

      Teams will not be able to use the amnesty provision on a player acquired in a trade going forward.The salary of any player waived via the amnesty clause will continue to count toward the salary floor.Finally: If a team bids on a player in the amnesty waiver process, it is bidding on the full length of his contract, not just the first season. In the event the Blazers change course and use amnesty on Roy, that would mean any team that bids, say, $4 million on the guard will be bidding to pay him at least that amount in each of the four remaining seasons on his deal.

      This is where we stand at the moment, according to a source close to the process. Things could change in theory, but with players scheduled to begin voting on the CBA on Wednesday afternoon, that seems unlikely.
      Source: SI.com

      Via Twitter.com.... take any Marc Stein tweet with a giant grain of salt

      ESPNSteinLine Marc Stein
      Hearing most likely scenario w/amnesty clause is teams getting seven-day window between Dec. 9-25 to use it or carry it into 2012 offseason

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      • Voting begins today for new CBA, B-list details emerging

        Via Twitter.com:

        KBergCBS Ken Berger
        All indications remain that draft eligibility age will stay the same until there is time for further discussion.

        Ken Berger
        KBergCBS Ken Berger
        Also, unlimited D-League assignments for three years. Veterans can go, but only with consent. League had wanted five-year program.


        Ken Berger
        KBergCBS Ken Berger
        Players will be subject to offseason testing, but only for steroids, source says. Prior random tests were only from Oct. 1-June 30.

        Ken Berger
        KBergCBS Ken Berger
        Negotiators have just about "closed the deal" on B-list issues as players prepare to begin electronic voting today, source tells @CBSSports.

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        • Read the final CBA

          http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...ing/index.html


          Well, the above is the final work of this lockout. I'm not sure it was worth 5 months but what do I know?


          Most notable for Raptor Fans:

          Draft rules stay the same for 2012.

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          • Matt52 wrote: View Post
            Most notable for Raptor Fans:

            Draft rules stay the same for 2012.
            Key feature for the Raps for the next couple of years.

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            • B-list items explained

              Stein and Coon break down the B-list items in the new CBA:


              ESPN.com's breakdown of the freshly negotiated "B-list" items added to the deal since Hunter's original term sheet distributed to players on Nov. 26, along with several significant changes from the previous collective bargaining agreement, follows here:

              Drug testing
              D-LeagueDisciplineWireless microphones
              Salary cap and team salaries


              The sides agreed Nov. 26 to increase the minimum team salary from 75 percent of the cap to 85 percent in 2011-12 and 2012-13 and 90 percent thereafter. In Hunter's Wednesday memo to the players, minimum team salary drops to 80 percent, giving teams more time to transition to the higher salary requirements.

              Contracts and player salariesRestricted free agents
              Trade rules


              In the previous CBA, teams could receive a maximum of $3 million cash in any trade. The Nov. 26 agreement changed this limit to $3 million per year. Hunter's memo specified that the $3 million limit will grow by 3 percent each year -- meaning it will rise to $3.09 million next season -- and that the amount is not netted. Translation: Cash received in trade does not offset cash sent to other teams in trade.

              International players
              Miscellaneous changes
              Issues to be decided later
              Source: ESPN.com

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              • Players approve CBA

                KBergCBS Ken Berger
                BREAKING: Players have approved the new collective bargaining agreement, two people with knowledge of the results tell
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                • It would appear the lockout near officially over. This thread gave Bargnani a run for its money on total views but it looks like Everything Bargnani remains the champ.

                  (Hopefully I have not jinxed the owners vote by removing this from the sticky (i.e. blue section) threads).

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                  • Owners approve, too

                    Done!

                    spearsnbayahoo marc j. Spears
                    nba board of governors ratifty 10year cba. Training camps and free agency period begins friday at 2 p.m. Et.
                    sheridanhoops chris sheridan
                    vote to pass labor deal was 25-5, stern said.
                    sheridanhoops chris sheridan
                    "this was watershed moment," stern says in relation to both the labor deal and revenue sharing ($196 million). Six teams will get $16m each.
                    aschnba steve aschburner
                    stern: "it's fair to say this is my last [cba negotiation]. It's a 10 year deal with a re-open in six."
                    8 minutes ago
                    sheridanhoops chris sheridan
                    also says he's looking forward to free agent frenzy, and will spend christmas in oklahoma city. (stern does not celebrate x-mas).
                    sheridanhoops chris sheridan
                    stern humor: "it's not 4 a.m. What are we going to do?" he then acknowledges disappointing fans but says he'll make it up to them.

                    sheridanhoops chris sheridan
                    stern: "pleased and proud to announce" board of governors approved labor deal and revenue sharing plan. Fair, but not perfect deal, he says.

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