It looks like Delonte West may not be so crazy after all. As talks between NBA players and owners stalled fans may hear of more alternate plans being made if there is no NBA season this year.
The owners locked out the players in July when the old contract expired and the two sides have not made significant progress toward a new contract. The players received 57 percent of basketball-related income in the last year of the expired agreement. The owners want to cut that share down to 47%.
If an agreement is not reached by Monday, they may cancel the first two weeks of the regular season.