Dwyane Wade is not done taking NBA Commissioner David Stern to task for his handling of the ongoing NBA lockout.
After Stern canceled the first two weeks of the regular season late Monday, Wade took to Twitter to voice his frustrations.
Wade tweeted late Monday night that the biggest victims of the lockout are those whose jobs depend on there being an NBA season. “STERN’s “WORDS” 2day hurt the ppl who work at the AAA,other arena’s,as well as local businesses &our fans,” said Wade.
He followed that up with, “Those are the one’s who are affected by STERN’s “WORDS” 2day..its a Lockout-NOT a Strike.”
Wade has become more outspoken regarding his frustrations as the lockout has dragged on. Two weeks ago, Wade reportedly got into a heated exchange with Stern during a closed-door NBA Players Association meeting with the commissioner, earning the respect of his fellow players.
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