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Around The NBA: Lockout Talk

As you may (or may not) know, Rich Keefe, the author of CelticsHub’s Around The NBA column, is also a frequent host on 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston. I also serve as a producer (and Celtics “Insider”) on the Hub and over the weekend Rich had me on for a segment to throw around some thoughts on the NBA, the Celtics and how the lockout will turn out. Since we haven’t had a podcast in a couple months at this point, we figured this would serve its purpose until we bring back the real deal in the next week or two.

You can give it a listen by clicking the play button below, or download it by clicking the arrow on the right side of the player.

NBA Lockout & Celtics Talk With Rich Keefe and Brian Robb by BRobb7

  • Andrew Weaver

    This lockout has little to do with the players and more to do with the owners sentimental reaction of losing revenue. This is attributed by the NBA’s decision to mirror big businesses harmful profit schemes championed by Commissioner Stern and his associates. Otherwise the NBA wouldn’t be in the financial disposition that it’s in. As such you have a commissioner ignoring players concerns by giving full control to corrupt referees who openly admit to betting on games, making wrong calls, and saying they don’t care. This behavior is a way to control the players and the points without the proper oversight. That’s why commissioner Sterns actions have violated the leagues rules and guidelines. This type of behavior is disgraceful and unethical. It’s a spit in the face to players, fans and the leagues image. That’s why I’m asking NBA fans to stand behind the calling for Commissioner Sterns resignation. Because it’s fans who built the NBA’s empire and it’s fans who can change it.

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