Mike Bresnahan

Los Angeles Times

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Reporter covering the Lakers for the Los Angeles Times

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A court may have to determine weather the National Basketball League will have a season.

NBA Players Reject League's Offer

A court may have to determine weather the National Basketball League will have a season.

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The National Hockey League lost a full season before owners and players could reach a deal seven years ago.

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The National Hockey League lost a full season before owners and players could reach a deal seven years ago.

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