Stern, Hunter search for solutions
Updated: February 15, 2004, 3:36 AM ETBy Chad Ford | ESPN Insider
LOS ANGELES -- NBA commissioner David Stern and union director Billy Hunter want peace instead of a looming labor war, but both know that it will be easier said than done. Speaking to the media before the NBA's All-Star Saturday, both Stern and Hunter began to outline what it's going to take to avert a lockout after the 2004-05 NBA season. Stern said that the league has proposed ideas for the players to look over and that he was expecting a concrete set of responses in the next few weeks.
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