- Here's how it played out:
- — Spencer Checketts (@espn700spence)Thu, Nov 10 2011 21:28:22
- — Kurt Helin (@basketballtalk)Thu, Nov 10 2011 21:38:04
- — Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur)Thu, Nov 10 2011 21:42:09If Dave Checketts is the guy who breaks the news that the NBA lockout is over, then ... *checks list* ... nobody wins the pool. Yep, nobody.
- — Comcast SportsNet (@CSNAuthentic)Thu, Nov 10 2011 21:45:20
- — Patrick Cutler (@PCutt)Thu, Nov 10 2011 22:50:19Breaking News: A Deal has been reached, the NBA Lockout is officially over: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700196624/NBA-labor-Checketts-sources-claim-labor-deal-in-place.html …ws.com/article/700196624/NBA-labor-Checketts-sources-claim-labor-deal-in-place.html
- — Leslie M. (@BringBackMason)Thu, Nov 10 2011 23:25:48
- — brett dale (@gopolks)Fri, Nov 11 2011 05:06:27Dave Checketts nothing worse than a Journo trying to guess something and hoping hes right well your wrong davey, your credibility is zero
NBA lockout over? Oops.
On Nov. 10, former Jazz and Knicks executive Dave Checketts announced on ESPN 700 radio that an NBA labor agreement was imminent. The report was met with a mixture of enthusiasm and skepticism, which turned to frustration and anger after Checketts backtracked and the report turned out to be false.
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