The NBA Season Shrinks with a Two-Week Lockout

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The NBA's pre-season is gone and the earliest any game could be played is now mid-November. We hear what the shutdown is costing owners, players, businesses and workers who depend on the Lakers, the Clippers and other NBA teams. Also, California is bucking a national handgun trend by banning what's legal in 42 other states: "open carry." Will there be a backlash? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, homeownership and the fading American dream.

Banner image: Derek Fisher, President of the National Basketball Players Association, with NBA players (L-R) Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and Baron Davis, speaks at a press conference after NBA labor negotiations on September 30, 2011 in New York City. Photo by Michael Cohen/Getty Images