DNB Top 10: NBA Lockout Edition

As Friday quickly approaches the one thing that's stuck in the minds of NBA fans around the world is whether there will be a lockout of not. The last time a lockout occurred was way back in the 1998-99 season, in which the season was shortened to only 50 games. This year many are saying that it will most likely be a year long lockout so we many not be seeing the likes of the Raptors, Miami's Big 3 and Kyrie Irving take the court until October of 2012, but lets just hope it doesn't actually come to that. A few weeks ago, James, gave us the top 10 things he'll do if there was to be a lockout and today I'll be giving y'all some suggestions of things to consider doing until the owners and players can eventually come to an agreement on a new CBA. So here we go.

Top 10 Things To Do During the Lockout:

#10: Discover Sarah Palin's Alaska

#9: Build a time machine to fast forward until there are NBA games again

#8: Enter into a deep hibernation until a deal is reached between the players and owners

#7: Have a telethon or record a CD to benefit NBA players

#6: Go golfing with Charles Barkley

#5: Petition to have the WNBA season extended to 82 games

#4: Re-watch Smallville, Lost and Friends from season 1

#3: Run up and down your street yelling "JIMMER" at 12:01am on July 1st

#2: Familiarize yourself with that other sport that's on in the fall called hockey

#1: Solve the mystery behind Lebron's hairline

So while we wait for the official word on the lockout situation at midnight on July 1st, consider these few suggesting if the foreshadowed lockout does indeed happen, and for the Canadian folks don't let if affect your Canada Day celebrations too much and remember you can always just Blame It On The Rain.

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