Matt Terl
Friday November 4th, 2011

With NBA season regular season games being missed and the lockout now more than 125 days old, the NBA owners and players will sit down for a negotiating session on Saturday, according to Howard Beck of the New York Times.

According to Beck, "Roger Mason Jr., a member of the union’s executive board, confirmed the meeting on Thursday." The last round of talks broke down following several productive sessions, as owners and players struggled to find an agreeable split of Basketball Related Income, or BRI.

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