I am usually pro union, but in this case, I have to say, good fu$!*n riddance. This guy has been the lead in all 3 disputes that led to shutdowns/lockouts since 1992. If he was open to a salary cap from the begining, but just put a high number on it (like 60 millon) and negotiated down from there, then there proably would have been a season last year.
On a side bar, I feel lucky that the players accepted a hard cap. Why did they not try to get a "soft cap" where teams would be allowed to go over it by a certain number to resign their own free agents?....Oh well, they are back, but should have agreed to a 3 year deal.