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WILL NBA AND ITS PLAYERS UNION HAVE A DEAL BY FEBRUARY?
Published December 7, 1994
On this week's "NBA Today," ESPN's David Moore reports that NBA owners and players have been talking behind the scenes in an effort to get a collective bargaining agreement in place "by the February All-Star Break." After meetings in New York last Thursday, the two sides have "scheduled another meeting for this week" ("NBA Today," ESPN, 12/6)