How will things work post-lockout?
An agreement by the end of June would preserve season but require some scrambling
The owners and players met in two different cities over the past two weeks and made progress toward settling the current labor dispute.
Both sides will meet again this week, and there is some cautious optimism that something could get done before the end of June. The good news is that a June settlement would mean no games would be lost.
What's interesting, though, according to sources, is what might transpire in July. Let's say, for example, a deal is reached in late June. The league ...
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