NBA lockout reaches Day 125, fans still wait for agreement

NBA fans are still waiting for players and the league to reach an agreement, and it all comes down to how they split the league's annual $4 billion revenue.

The NBA wants a 50/50 split, but players say they won't accept less than 52 and a half percent. Now fans are stuck playing the waiting game through at least November.

The last time the NBA was locked out, the league and NBA players didn't reach a deal until the first week of January 1999. That year, teams played just 50 games instead of the regular 82.

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