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NBA Players Association Head Pledges Support To Lamar Odom And Other Players Dealing With Addictions

The head of the NBA Players Association is speaking out about Lamar Odom’s grim health status, saying polices must be reexamined to ensure no other player suffers a similar fate. 366 more words

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NBA Annual Basketball Player Awards Headed To BET

The NBA is about to have its own award show.

In addition to annual MVP honors, the league’s Players Association has teamed with BET Networks to air the 1st Annual Basketball Player Awards, voted on by NBA’s active players. 203 more words

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NBA Players Take On The NYPD

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The NBA Players Association is still conducting its own investigation into the incident outside a New York City club that left Atlanta Hawks guard Thabo Sefolosha under arrest. 664 more words


After NBA Player Suffers Broken Leg In Police Encounter, Their Union Investigates

This was reported on Think Progress and other outlets three days ago…

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The NBA Players Association said it was “concerned” about the arrest of two Atlanta Hawks players following an altercation with New York police outside of a nightclub earlier this week that resulted in a season-ending injury for forward Thabo Sefolosha and that the union was conducting its own investigation into the incident. 462 more words

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NBPA Attorney: Union Anticipates Clash On Age Limit

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MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) — Changes may be coming to the NBA’s age limit for eligible players, but it won’t come easy. 558 more words


The Grant Napear Show - February 26, 2015 - Seg 5

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Grant’s Rant on Thursday was a confronting of NBA Player’s Association president Michele Roberts for her interview with ESPN, the new NBAPA leader expressing her frustration with media for standing around locker rooms and “staring.” Explaining that Michele Roberts does not understand media etiquette in the locker room, Grant ranted that Michele Roberts should keep from saying those sorts of things about media in an interview with ESPN. 20 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Michele A. Roberts

Michele A. Roberts, the president of the National Basketball Players Association, is the first woman to lead a players union across the four major American sports. 259 more words