Well, at least there’s still football. NBA talks took another unproductive turn Thursday, as players and owners hit a wall in negotiations. The three-day, 29-hour session resulted in little progress for the two sides, an NBA deputy commissioner said. This was the last meeting scheduled, signaling that the first few months of the season may now be in jeopardy. Commissioner David Stern, who cancelled the first two weeks of the season, reportedly had the flu and was not able to attend Thursday’s meetings.
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