Edited for clarity
This is my first post and I thought I would use it to give you guys the heads up on an article I read on Yahoo Sports. I know it's just a blog, but it's on the front page of Yahoo sports so it's getting plenty of exposure.
I don't know how to put this in a box yet so I'll just give you the quote:
"Well, let's be careful not to underestimate anyone. Jerry Richardson might submarine the whole process just to prove that he can."
This article is in reference to the positive energy the talks have been giving out lately and he still finds time to make a jab. Here's the link if you wish to check it out. Blog by MJD of Shutdown Corner.
It's also fitting that after assuming it would be JR to submarine the process out of spite, MJD fully admits he has no clue who the 'chief antagonizers' are:
I'd really like it if someone who was involved with these negotiations every step of the way would, after the fact, write a tell-all book about exactly what happened. I'd love to know exactly who were the chief antagonizers in the process, whose irrationality was most obstructive in getting a deal done, and who were the heroes who stepped in on the side of common sense, compromise and rational thinking. It would be fascinating to truly know what changed the process along the way and who was responsible for it.
And to answer his final question:
Or will you still be harboring some bitterness?
Maybe to those who choose for no reason to blame JR for all that is bad in the CBA negotiating process.