League Wants 50-50 Split

The Associated Press has another Lockout update:

A person close to the NBA players’ association says the league is refusing to meet with the union unless it agrees to a 50-50 split of revenues.

The union is seeking a meeting with league negotiators before Monday’s deadline to avoid canceling games, though the latest disagreement makes it more likely the NBA will lose regular-season games.

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Topics: Billy Hunter, David Stern, Derek Fisher, Orlando Magic

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