NBA dealing with a different take on right-to-work laws
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#1 Apr 28, 2009
the "Right to Work" term, means employee or employer have the right terminate their employment for any reason at any time, unless the action deemed to be discriminatory. There is no federal law that mandates this law and it is still applied on state-by-state bases. For instance, Florida is a "right to work" state, while California is not.
This is not the case here, and therefore you used the wrong term to decribe this action.
You are welcome!!
#2 Apr 28, 2009
I think you need to read this article again. It is clearly stated in the beginning that it is the nba's own take of the "right to work law". Meaning that it is not the actual law; more over, the the authors intention is to ilustrate how the nba seems to have their own take of this law.
#3 Apr 28, 2009
My take is that the NBA can and should maintain job standards when it comes to their human assets joining their company.
Honestly lets think about it from any corporation's standards and they too institute hiring requirements and standards.
The thought that the NBA has to take anyone is ridiculous to me. If a kid were to be considered a genious and wanted to practice law would a hospital hire them without any degree, credentials or certification.
What about just a regular job like an accountant? Advertising? Marketing? Business Exec? Account Exec?....
The NBA is the standard of basketball in the world and therefore has the obligation to impose hiring standards.
#4 Apr 28, 2009
"If Orlando can make a run to the NBA Finals this season, Hedo Turkoglu's game-winner to tie the series may one day rank next to Nick Anderson's steal of Michael Jordan in the 1995 playoffs in Magic lore."
This is the most RIDICULOUS statement I have ever heard!! Hedo made a terrible decision after playing a terrible series against an average 1st round opponent. His shot just happened to fall in.. Every Magic fan was screaming at their TV as soon as Hedo stood stagnant for 10 straight seconds and pulled up for that shot.
Hopefully this gets him back going now!
#5 Apr 28, 2009
Your comments sounds ignorant if anything. Before he made the shot it was really smart for him to actually wait that long to shoot the ball. You have to thnk about what the sixers would do if they got the ball back.
1. The magic had nothing to lose if they did not made the shot.
2. You don't want to give the sixers a chance to win with the game tied on the line.
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