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April 18, 2013 at 7:15 PM

NBA BOG meetings over for Thursday

The NBA Board of Governors meetings have concluded for Thursday.

If there was anything decided, no one said so publicly, as owners who  emerged from the St. Regis Hotel into the New York night said little, if anything.

Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan said simply that he was “worried about my own team” when asked about the Seattle-Sacramento issue.

Media waited a while for NBA commissioner David Stern before being told he was staying at the hotel and not expected to come out and talk.

That point was eventually taken and the assembled media dispersed.

The meetings will pick up again Friday morning, and they are expected to conclude Friday afternoon, after which Stern is expected to speak to the media.

For now, it appears the status remains quo, and that any decision is a good 2-3 weeks away.

 

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