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In six weeks into the -- -- and with each passing day -- resolution in time for the season appears.
-- joining me now to talk about whether both sides can get together but the start of the season on November 1.
-- -- forward for the New York -- great to have you with us and Robert Bloomberg cohost of the else the ESPN radio -- in New York.
-- -- and appropriately lumber great to have you here thank you who.
Jordan where are you hopeful at all that we can save the season -- make itself a sudden we view that but through the rest of us.
Yeah I am I think -- -- right now both saw the cover the stalemate because there's no.
Kind of important -- needs to be there right now money's not being lost once it gets more at a time when players -- the money or lose money but -- to come together more quick.
Here you have a sense from how quickly.
You know I'm hopeful that as soon as possible but it seems like all the talk has been doom and gloom like He said may be the posturing the rhetoric.
We heard that a little bit with the NFL before they went into the whole legal process of the -- has a bigger divide to go past then.
The seems like the owners may be trying to strong -- the players a little bit.
And there's a divide over how the money would that -- being lost will be made up whether it's players cutting back their salaries are revenue sharing amongst the teams.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't think so I think the NFL -- a large industry that's almost two times as large money -- with the NBA.
So the fans.
See football once a week so there's a law firm throughout the week and may miss football fall and owners capitalize on that.
And they're gonna lose somewhere around 200 million dollars a week for the pre season for the preachers and the billion dollars for them -- -- a lot of money to lose in a situation.
You know David Stern is considered one of the best.
-- executives and history.
Does -- do you think he'll be able pull us out of I know it's his legacy that He might be thinking about a little bit here to when He was part of a lock out before and may be on his way out I know.
He's not a guy that players tend to want to mess with too much yeah.
Having my column a little bit no G -- original gangster Davidson if it.
-- So far OG isn't working because this thing things like both sides are getting more and more entrenched.
As time goes by what's -- earliest you think you can be back on the court.
I would say hello 1 December I mean first of December at that point.
It's hard look at what we're gonna miss a large portion games -- -- -- wanna get at least fifty games and usually into a season and -- the threat of losing a whole season has put.
Into a clear picture I think would have to get something done.
Robin you're incurred and the impact of this on all of the chancellor's surrounding businesses including broadcast other con tent has just been you know totally taken away its non fans get numb to the -- -- because.
Think about last year last summer with the NBA what do we have we have LeBron James and his decision we were talking about that every day.
Ad -- one thing that I'm really glad to have both.
And you put it caused this hysteria -- anticipation for the season now we're talking about the -- out and and fans don't really they don't really get that have an analogy you know.
Fans played video games they play NFL video games NBA video games no one would play a -- video game.
Right right -- thank you for being where the -- thing.
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