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The NBA announced today that it has canceled the first two weeks of the 2011-12 regular season because a new collective bargaining agreement has not been reached with the National Basketball
Players Association. This cancellation includes all games originally scheduled to be played through November 14.

“Despite extensive efforts, we have not been able to reach a new agreement with the players’ union that allows all 30 teams to be able to compete for a championship while fairly compensating our players,” NBA Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver said.

Refunds plus interest are available for all NBA season-ticket holders for all preseason and regular-season games that are canceled. Below is a look of the games that the Lakers will not be able to play because of the cancellation.

11/1 Oklahoma City Home
11/2 Golden State Away
11/4 Phoenix Away
11/6 New Orleans Home
11/7 Sacramento Away
11/9 San Antonio Home
11/11 Denver Home
11/13 Detroit Home
  • Greed


  • Rocket82887

    at least we dont get to see dallas rasing the banner

  • Anonymous

    damn who am i going to jerk off too now. 

    • KMAC_321

      ?? who do you occasionally jerk off to?

  • Sheds


  • Sy Levin

    Le Bleu Premium Water 

    Which the Lakers need to consume the best water;  since you body is
    75% water.  So Coach get them the best water.