November 26, 2011: The NBA owners and players reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout. December 1, 2011: The NBPA re-formed as a union. December 8, 2011: The new CBA is ratified, officially ending the lockout.
When did NBA stop for Covid?
On March 11, the NBA indefinitely suspended the season for at least 30 days after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19 prior to the tip-off of the Jazz–Thunder game in Oklahoma City.
When did the NBA end 2020?
The Finals ended on October 11, 2020, 355 days after the October 22, 2019, regular season opening day, and 377 days after the first pre-season games on September 30, 2019. This was the longest season in NBA history.
Why did the 2011 NBA shut down?
Owners wanted to implement a hard salary cap and a harsher luxury tax, hoping to increase competition among teams, whereas players wanted to keep the current soft salary cap structure intact. As both sides failed to reach an agreement, the NBA canceled the preseason and all games through December.
What NBA games are Cancelled?
Full list of NBA game postponements
- Feb. 28: Bulls vs. Raptors postponed.
- Feb 7: Blazers vs. Hornets postponed (Moved to second half of schedule)
- Jan. 25: Spurs vs. Pelicans postponed.
- Jan. 25: Kings vs. Grizzlies postponed.
- Jan. 24: Kings vs. …
- Jan. 22: Grizzlies vs. …
- Jan. 22: Wizards vs. …
- Jan. 20: Wizards vs.