A question that I've been pondering lately (as it seems there will be no 2011-12 NBA season), and one that I don't think I've seen answered yet in the media, is the one on the thread title.
If this season is canceled, and the 2012-13 season is jeopardized, could this lockout signify the end of the 65-year-old National Basketball Association? I know it's a bit early to play Chicken Little, but I'm honestly curious.
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Well according to this, the Kings are over the salary cap. If they want Clark, they'll have to use the $4.5 million mid-level exception and hope he turns down a higher offer to join a championship level team.