And if an NFL lockout were to occur there would be no games and therefore no statistics to base Fantasy teams on.
Local businesses that rely on the traffic generated by hockey games are feeling the effects of the lockout.
The lockout may not put a crimp in the day of the typical sports fan.
That figure represents the serious cut that the players took to settle the 2011 lockout, when it was slashed from 57 percent.
The new NBA season is scheduled to begin in October, but the league is still resolving a lockout that could delay the season.
Had these rules been recognized by the bricklayers in Chicago there would have been no strike, no lockout.
This lockout is the turning point in the history of trade unionism in England.
To attain their end these associations made liberal use of the lockout, the blacklist, and armed guards and detectives.
No more were they worried by slack times, strike and lockout, and the union label.
Promptly he imposed a lockout on his rebellious progeny and erring spouse.
The withholding of work from employees and closing down of a plant by an employer during a labor dispute.