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It took the league being completely embarrassed on a marquee stage for it to finally happen, but it happened: the NFL’s much-maligned referee lockout is over. Your life is whole once again.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, JUSTICE is in the air.
Everything You Need To Know About The End Of The NBA Lockout, And Why It Creates A Monumental Sports Weekend
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but the 2011-2012 season is back on, which means high-fives and screams of “HUZZAH” emanating from franchise headquarters and local sports newsrooms in NBA cities, as beat reporters and team employees will not be losing their livelihood for a year. But with almost two months wasted, 480 regular seasons games lost, and a kaput preseason, what does this mean moving forward for you, the fan? Here, now, is what to expect in the coming weeks.
That was a pretty short nuclear winter: at about 3 a.m. this morning, NBA players and owners finally agreed to a (tentative) deal to end the ongoing NBA lockout. The NBA has set a (tentative) 66-game season to begin with a triple-header on Christmas.