Who retired in 2012 NBA?
|February 20||Luke Jackson||Played overseas and in the D-League. Was hired as head coach for Northwest Christian University.|
|March 11||Tony Battie||Became an analyst for the Orlando Magic.|
|March 30||Jerry Stackhouse|
|April 17||Rasheed Wallace||Second retirement from basketball. First being in 2010.|
Why do lockouts happen in sports?
In professional sports, a lockout is the shutdown of a professional sports league by team owners, usually due to a failure to come to agree on a collective bargaining agreement.
What happened during the 2011 NBA lockout?
The 2011 Lockout lasted 161 days, beginning on July 1, 2011, and ending on December 8, 2011. During the lockout, teams could not trade, sign, or contact players. Also, players could not access NBA team facilities, trainers, or staff.
Who retired in 2010 NBA?
|August 10||Rasheed Wallace||34|
|August 17||Adonal Foyle||35|
|November 4||Fabricio Oberto||35|
|December 27||Steve Francis||33|
Who retired in 2014 NBA?
|November 19||Jason Collins||First active male athlete from one of the four major North American sports leagues to publicly come out as gay|
|February 25||Larry Sanders|
|February 26||Richard Hamilton||NBA champion (2004)|
|March 18||Al Harrington||Also played for the Fujian Sturgeons of China in 2014|
What happened in the 2011 NBA season?
2011–12 NBA season. The 2011–12 NBA season was the 66th season of the National Basketball Association (NBA), began with the signing of a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the owners of the 30 NBA teams and the NBA’s players.
How many games in the 2011-12 NBA season?
2011–12 NBA season League National Basketball Association Sport Basketball Duration December 25, 2011 – April 26, 2012 April Number of games 66
Who is the NBA Executive of the Year for 2011-12?
^ “Indiana’s Larry Bird named 2011–12 Executive of the Year”. NBA.com. NBA.com. May 16, 2012. Archived from the original on May 19, 2012. Retrieved May 16, 2012.
When did the 2011 NBA free agency start?
Free agency started on December 9, 2011. On May 31, the Los Angeles Lakers hired Mike Brown as head coach, replacing Phil Jackson who retired at the end of the previous season. On June 1, the Houston Rockets hired Kevin McHale as head coach, replacing Rick Adelman whose contract expired at the end of the previous season.