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While basketball fans are despairing at the prospect of at least some of the NBA season being canceled due a labor dispute, there is professional basketball being played right now. Guy Raz talks to sportswriter Stefan Fatsis about the Women's NBA finals — and the state of labor talks in the NBA.
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