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NBA, NBPA Meeting For Several Rounds Of CBA Talks During Finals
Published June 1, 2011
NBA Deputy Commissioner & COO Adam Silver said he expected both the owners and the union to submit their best proposals in the month leading up to the June 30 deadline. "It is a very real deadline," Silver said. "And while we have incurred some damage already, it will move to a new level once we're in a work stoppage, if that were to occur."
Silver added that there has been no talk with the union of extending the June 30 CBA deadline. "We're not at that point yet where we've even considering doing that here," Silver said.