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NBA lockout

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1996 lockout
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The NBA lockout may refer to any of the four lockouts in the history of the National Basketball Association:

  • The 1995 NBA lockout, which lasted for three months before the 1995–96 season[1]
  • The 1996 NBA lockout, which lasted for a couple of hours before the 1996–97 season[1]
  • The 1998–99 NBA lockout, which lasted for more than six months and forced the 1998–99 season to be shortened to 50 regular season games per team
  • The 2011 NBA lockout, which lasted for over five months and forced the 2011–12 season to be shortened to 66 regular season games per team

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  1. ^ a b "NBA Lockout Chronology". Associated Press. January 6, 1999. Archived from the original on November 16, 2011. 
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