U.S Mayors Send Letter to Commissioner and Union Chief Reviewed by Momizat on . 14 US city mayors worked together to send a letter to NBA Commissioner David Stern and union Chief Billy Hunter. The politicians urged the sides to solve their 14 US city mayors worked together to send a letter to NBA Commissioner David Stern and union Chief Billy Hunter. The politicians urged the sides to solve their Rating:
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U.S Mayors Send Letter to Commissioner and Union Chief

14 US city mayors worked together to send a letter to NBA Commissioner David Stern and union Chief Billy Hunter. The politicians urged the sides to solve their issues and put an end to the lockout.
WishTV8.com in Indianapolis received a copy of the letter:

“The mayors are worried about what a canceled season might do to their local economies.

And the first name on the letter is Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard.

“We want them to get together and figure this thing out because its not just about them,” Ballard said. “Its about the people in the cities – the people who depend, their livelihoods depend, on them playing those games.”

The letter goes out as a message from the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Ballard said the mayors are not taking sides in the dispute. Theyre just trying to make sure the league and the players consider what impact it will have on the teams’ cities if they dont reach a deal soon.”

Those who pitched to write the letter were mayors from Indianapolis, Orlando, Sacramento, Memphis, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Phoenix, Houston, Dallas, Charlotte, Detroit, Salt Lake City, San Antonio and Denver.

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