NBA Players Have Lost Millions in Salary Since Lockout Began; Knicks' Ewing Hit Hardest

November 1998
Jet;11/09/98, Vol. 94 Issue 24, p46
Reports that National Basketball Association (NBA) players have lost millions of dollars since the NBA owner-imposed lockout began on July 1, 1998. Number of games that have been cancelled; Amount of money Patrick Ewing, president of the NBA Players Association, has lost; Other players that have lost at least 1 million dollars.


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