Oilers Unveil Details Of New Arena District NFL Toughens Domestic Violence Policy Goodell Praised For Domestic Violence Policy Sportsnet Announces NHL Broadcast Talent NHL Faces Obstacles To Potential Expansion NFL Criticized For Year-Long Ban Of Gordon League Notes NHL Denies Report It Will Add Four Teams Darlington Change Highlights '15 NASCAR Schedule NFLPA's Smith Talks CBA, Upcoming Election
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/17/Leagues Governing Bodies
NBA'S STERN ACKNOWLEDGES SLOW-MOVING LABOR TALKS
Published January 17, 1995
NBA Commissioner David Stern acknowledged that negotiations with the players union for a new CBA are "moving slowly." Stern, who has expressed hopes to have a deal by the All-Star break: "I don't know that there are necessarily enough days left between now and the All-Star game. We've got some meetings scheduled and we'd love to make some progress. I just don't want to disappoint anybody. If we don't do it by the All-Star Game [February 12], I don't want someone to think we haven't achieved anything." NBPA Exec Dir Charles Grantham: "We've gone nowhere. In many ways, we're just stepping into the batter's box." Stern on the NHL's deal: "It sounds like they have a deal that everybody is unhappy with, which means it's a good deal" (Chris Young, TORONTO STAR, 1/14). A STERN DENIAL: According to a report in Sunday's N.Y. DAILY NEWS, Stern will not leave his job "to take a job heading up the Olympics." Mitch Lawrence notes that Stern is very committed to taking the NBA global, "so who needs the Olympics, anyway?" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 1/15).