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November 3, 1995 | MARK HEISLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gosh, a work stoppage after all! After a nerve-racking summer of negotiations with dissatisfied players in which Commissioner David Stern said he doubted there would be a season, the NBA is hours away from opening it without its referees. The officials have been locked out through the exhibition season and "replacements," working in crews of two instead of the standard three, are set to take their place.
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November 3, 1995 | MARK HEISLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gosh, a work stoppage after all! After a nerve-racking summer of negotiations with dissatisfied players in which Commissioner David Stern said he doubted there would be a season, the NBA is hours away from opening it without its referees. The officials have been locked out through the exhibition season and "replacements," working in crews of two instead of the standard three, are set to take their place.
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September 1, 1994 | Associated Press
Three NFL owners and representatives of the league's officials met for four hours in Chicago with no resolution of their contract talks, but with a guarantee that there would be no walkout on the opening weekend of the season. The officials are asking that game salaries, which range from $1,350 to $2,700 a game based on seniority, be doubled and pension payments increased by 300%.
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September 1, 1994 | Associated Press
Three NFL owners and representatives of the league's officials met for four hours in Chicago with no resolution of their contract talks, but with a guarantee that there would be no walkout on the opening weekend of the season. The officials are asking that game salaries, which range from $1,350 to $2,700 a game based on seniority, be doubled and pension payments increased by 300%.
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July 6, 1991
Like many other boxing followers, Richie Giachetti watched the TV replay of the second Mike Tyson-Razor Ruddock fight the other night. Not that Giachetti needed to know how it turned out. He was there. His seat was about three feet from the southeast ringpost, Mike Tyson's corner. He has been Tyson's trainer since shortly after Tyson lost his heavyweight title to Buster Douglas in Tokyo.
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July 6, 1991
Like many other boxing followers, Richie Giachetti watched the TV replay of the second Mike Tyson-Razor Ruddock fight the other night. Not that Giachetti needed to know how it turned out. He was there. His seat was about three feet from the southeast ringpost, Mike Tyson's corner. He has been Tyson's trainer since shortly after Tyson lost his heavyweight title to Buster Douglas in Tokyo.
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