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Posted at 06:10 PM ET, 11/14/2011

Your take: If the NBA season is canceled, what will you do?

The news from the NBA labor front was not good Monday: The players' union rejected the league’s latest proposal and announced that it would dissolve in order to file an antitrust lawsuit against the NBA.


NBA Commissioner David Stern. (ALLISON JOYCE - REUTERS)
“We understand the consequences of potentially missing the season ... but it’s a risk worth taking,” union vice president Maurice Evans said in an ESPN.com article. “It’s the right move to do.”

Meanwhile, Commissioner David Stern said the NBA was “about to go into the nuclear winter.”

So ... if that nuclear winter does arrive, what will you do? Watch more college basketball? Take up a hobby? Become a hockey fan?

Tell us how you would cope in the comments section, and click “Recommend” on your favorite posts by others. We’ll feature some of the best responses here on Tuesday.

By Washington Post editors  |  06:10 PM ET, 11/14/2011

 
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