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The NBA Lockout Is Going To Hurt The D-League

For those that know me, they know that I'm one of the most optimistic, glass half full-type people in the world -- I mean, I enjoy watching the NBA Development League games. The NBA lockout has erased a lot of optimism, however, and the latest news seems like it might kill the D-League.

NBA Lockout: D-League Changes Seem Forthcoming

The NBA lockout is hopefully ending soon. When it does, it seems changes to the NBA Development League will also be in store.

NBA Lockout Could Lead To Interesting Training Camp Rosters

The NBA lockout has now been going on for 89 days, or about 88 days more than I can handle knowing Brian Cardinal is locked out of the gym. That said, I've been looking back at the last extended lockout NBA lockout for clues as to what might be in store for us basketball fans when the owners and players get everything together.

NBA Draft's Third Round Might Be Best Thing To Come From Lockout

Could the NBA Draft add a third round? It sounds like it, according to Chris Sheridan.

Monday Morning Musings On The NBA Lockout, The D-League, Javaris Crittenton And The Mad Ant

The NBA lockout is in full effect, as everyone that's reading this already knows, I guess. What they might not know, however, is that the lack of news due to said lockout makes it pretty difficult to put together a decent post to start off everyone's work week.

NBA Lockout Is Going To Hurt Training Camp Rosters This Fall

The NBA lockout is hurting plenty of people in its current state, most of them innocent, but its repercussions will be felt even when the two sides eventually come to an agreement. The training camp rosters -- whenever they are put together -- will be the first to feel the affects of this summer's labor impasse.

Rookie Depth Chart Battles: Washington Wizards

Next up in our rookie series is the Washington Wizards, who held the 6th, 18th, and 34th picks in the 2011 NBA Draft. The Wizards have one of the youngest rosters in the league which makes predicting a rotation extremely challenging. The fact that the Wizards drafted two small forwards in the first round makes it even more difficult to decipher the depth chart (alliteration FTW!).

How Will The NBA Lockout News Affect Incoming Rookies And The Development League?

The news of the NBA lockout became official when the clock hit midnight, unfortunately, leaving a lot of questions unanswered. After looking at how the lockout would affect the D-League on Thursday, the next question relevant to this site is what the lockout means to those players picked up in the 2011 NBA Draft.

How Will The NBA Lockout Affect The D-League?

The looming NBA lockout is likely to no longer be looming in less than 24 hours -- unless some sort of miracle happens, of course. The NBA players union and the league's owners would have to close an enormous gap between the two side's collective bargaining agreement proposals when they meet on Thursday in Dallas in order to avoid at least a temporary work stoppage.

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