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<strong>What happened:</strong>		A seemingly endless NBA lockout based on the inability of the NBA and the NBA Players Assn. to reach a collective bargaining agreement prompted intense fan frustration.<br>
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<strong>The apology:</strong>	Lakers' senior vice president of business operations Tim Harris, above, <a href="http://lakersblog.latimes.com/lakersblog/2011/10/lakers-apologize-to-fans-about-nba-lockout.html	">wrote the following</a> in a "Courtside Connection" newsletter: "We're sorry to share that the NBA and the NBA Players Association have yet to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement. Unfortunately this means the league has had to cancel all regular season games scheduled through November 14th."

( Alex Gallardo / Los Angeles Times )

What happened: A seemingly endless NBA lockout based on the inability of the NBA and the NBA Players Assn. to reach a collective bargaining agreement prompted intense fan frustration.

The apology: Lakers' senior vice president of business operations Tim Harris, above, wrote the following in a "Courtside Connection" newsletter: "We're sorry to share that the NBA and the NBA Players Association have yet to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement. Unfortunately this means the league has had to cancel all regular season games scheduled through November 14th."

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