Over the weekend the NBA rookies gathered for their initial photo shoots, which included displays of dunking.
The Detroit Lions have now signed all of their 2013 draft picks.
The first victim of the lockout was Summer League. The second? The NBA’s annual Rookie Transition Program. Via a tweet from Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports, the program has been postponed because of the lockout.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and players’ union chief DeMaurice Smith took questions Wednesday at a symposium for NFL rookies, who wanted to know the same thing as everyone else unhappy about the league’s labor dispute.
The lockout isn’t over, and there’s absolutely no guarantee that there will be a new CBA any time soon. But it sure does feel as if everyone’s moving along on the same path toward football in 2011, doesn’t it?
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