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On September 15, the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the National Hockey League (NHL) and the NHL Players’ Association (NHLPA) came to an end.
This left the league no choice but to lock out the players, meaning they cannot visit team facilities, get paid, or get traded. But the key here is that, unless there’s a miracle in the next few days, games will have to be cancelled.
Fear not basketball fans, for the NBA lockout met its demise on Nov. 26. Christmas will be even more special as the season kicks off on Christmas day. Santa must be an NBA fan.
Although the lockout has negatively affected everyone involved, there is one giant beneficiary, and that beneficiary is college basketball.