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Once owners and players approve the proposed labor deal, NBA games resume on Christmas Day. Here's a look at some of the most prevalent questions about the state of things in the league right now.
With the owners lockout jeopardizing the NBA season, New Jersey Nets point guard Deron Williams made a memorable debut Sunday with the Turkish team Besiktas.
The fact that there is so much uncertainty about when the NBA lockout will end has Bryant and other NBA stars eying overseas options.
The New Jersey Nets point guard will play with Turkish basketball team Besiktas.
As more NBA players explore opportunities overseas during the lockout, they may find leagues like the Euroleague less willing to take on short-term superstars.
The International Basketball Federation's decision will make it easier for top players to play in Europe and Asia.
Turkish Airlines could play a part in the negotiations.
Bryant’s people are said to have contacted Besiktas in hopes of securing a deal during the lockout.
A growing number of NBA players are expressing interest in taking their talent overseas if the lockout persists, but losing a player of Howard's magnitude could get everyone’s attention.
The same basketball team in Turkey that is close to landing Deron Williams is very interested in signing Bryant.