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Terry Pluto: NBA's 'nuclear winter' an ugly display by players
Terry Pluto says NBA player reps aren't in reality in rejecting latest contract offer
by WKSU's AMANDA RABINOWITZ


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Terry Pluto says the owners' 50/50 profit sharing offer was fair, considering the economic recession
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It’s increasingly likely that the Cavs won’t get to see their team play this season after a much-hyped off-season  that landed Cleveland the top draft pick. The NBA players union rejected a contract offer this week, and plans to dissolve and sue the league for antitrust violations. WKSU commentator Terry Pluto talks to Amanda Rabinowitz about his reaction to the possibility of what NBA commissioner David Stern describes as an impending “nuclear winter."

Terry Pluto says NBA shutdown will have lasting impact

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Terry Pluto asks: "Where's the offense?"

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Terry Pluto: Cavs' Kyrie Irving goes back to school during lockout

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