CBA, Kings dealt with at meetings
NBA Commissioner David Stern says the league plans to submit a revised proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement to the players' union within the next couple weeks.
Stern also says Sacramento Kings owners Gavin and Joe Maloof have been granted an extension until May 2 to file paperwork requesting a move to Anaheim.
The league's labor situation and the Kings' future were the key items on the owners' agenda during their two days of meetings that wrapped up Friday.
Neither Stern nor deputy commissioner Adam Silver would offer details of what would be in their proposal to replace the current CBA, which expires June 30. They are not close to a new deal, triggering fears of a lockout, which Silver says is ''beginning to have an impact on our business.''