Sources on the ownership side, however, believe that th…

Sources on the ownership side, however, believe that the pre-emptive federal lawsuit filed by the NBA during the summer could potentially take the sting out of any potential decertification. There is even stronger conviction among many league insiders in questioning whether a majority of players would indeed have the stomach to go through with full-on decertification, since that step would almost certainly seal the cancellation of the entire 2011-12 season and throws up as many unknowns for the players as it would for the owners.
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November 18, 2017 | 3:45 pm EST Update
The Warriors are bracing for facing additional challenges stemmed from the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers and Calgary Flames playing on ice 6 1/2 hours before the both the Warriors and Sixers then step on a converted court. “It’s going to be cold as hell in there,” Warriors forward Draymond Green said after morning shootaround at Temple University. “It’s cold in the arenas that got the ice underneath it, anyway, let alone the day of. It’s tough.”
November 18, 2017 | 3:19 pm EST Update
How quickly two years flies by. It was only then that Markelle Fultz attended Steph Curry’s basketball camp in the Bay Area. Fultz stood out to Curry, who recognized the teenager’s promising talent. In the time since that camp, Fultz became the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. “You knew right away what kind of potential he had in the league,” Curry said to NBC Sports Philadelphia Saturday at shootaround.