NBA Lockout

October 17, 2011 by staff 

NBA LockoutNBA Lockout, The cancellation of the first two weeks of parties in the National Basketball League (NBA) has left Europe Euroleague, even temporarily, as global competition promises superior club an exciting season.

League owners and players in the NBA have been unable to resolve a labor dispute, which means that the season will not start before November 14 and more games are under the threat of a collective bargaining agreement continues to look far.

The club competition in Europe first, which begins Monday with a curtain of funds between the six-time winner of CSKA Moscow and the Lithuanian Kaunas Zhalgiris team, has benefited as a result of some contestants to strengthen their ranks.

However, Jordi Bertomeu, Euroleague CEO (CEO), said the exodus of NBA players to Europe was only temporary since most of them have pledged to return when the block ends Atlatnic.

“The teams that have decided to sign players in the knowledge that is likely to leave understanding the risks, both good and bad,” said Bertomeu official website of the Euroleague (

“The good news is that a player is going to help win games, while he is here, the bad news is that team chemistry will be difficult to maintain when a player leaves.

“But the new and old fans can expect to see great basketball in the first place.

“The way it’s structured our competition, with almost no games that do not affect the classification in some way, teams are playing for the survival of the opening night.”

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