With both the owners and player's association at a virtual standstill, it appears likely that David Stern and the league will cancel two more weeks worth of games by the end of the day on Tuesday, according to the New York Daily News.
The NBA will be cancelling at least two more weeks of its season, according to a person familiar with the league's plans. The source told the Daily News that the announcement will be made by the league on Tuesday.
The league originally cancelled the first two weeks of the regular season earlier in the month, erasing 100 games between November 1 and November 14. Talks have broken down between the owners and players, and no further negotiations are scheduled, making it all the less likely that any basketball will be played at all this season.
In this round of cancellations, it is expected that the league could wipe out 102 more games through the end of November 28, wiping out almost a month's worth of regular season action.
For the Boston Celtics, this would mean that their games against the Cleveland Cavaliers (Nov. 2), Atlanta Hawks (Nov. 4), Indiana Pacers (Nov. 5), Charlotte Bobcats (Nov. 9), Los Angeles Clippers (Nov. 11), Cavaliers (Nov. 12), Miami Heat (Nov. 16), Orlando Magic (Nov. 17), Golden State Warriors (Nov. 20), Washington Wizards (Nov. 22), Toronto Raptors (Nov. 23), Milwaukee Bucks (Nov. 25) and Detroit Pistons (Nov. 27) will not be played.