The most recent hopes to save the NBA season have failed and more games will be cancelled as a result.
Late Friday afternoon, the league players and owners broken down with both sides at odds with some of the details with a new labor agreement. Because of that, commissioner David Stern announced that games from November 15th through the 30th will be cancelled.
Fisher said the players went as low as 52.5 percent on revenue sharing, but the owners remain firm on a 50/50 split. Stern said in his news conference that when the league said they wouldn't go over 50 percent, Hunter and the other player representatives left the table.
It is unknown when players and owners will meet again.
Optimism was high earlier in the day when it appeared both sides were making progress towards a deal, but in the end one did not come through.
Before Friday, the all of training camp, the preseason and the first two weeks of the regular season were cancelled.