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Adam Silver Sends Modest Warning To NBPA Regarding Reopening Labor DealPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 05 / 15
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver on Sunday "fired a modest warning shot" at the NBPA, according to Howard Beck of BLEACHER REPORT. Silver said of the players possibly wanting to reopen the labor deal, "There will be things that we're going to bring back to the table, too." Silver made the comment during...
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