FOX Sports has confirmed that the big four, the four major sports leagues, are all set to release their 2017-18 financial results on February 11.
The big four are the NFL, MLB, NBA, and the NHL.
That’s according to the Wall Street Journal’s Jason McIntyre.
The timing of that release is a major point of contention.
The leagues are in the midst of negotiations with the owners of the other major leagues, including the NBA, to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement.
The NFL and NHL are locked in a contract dispute.
It’s been more than a month since the NFL and NBA reached a deal to avoid a lockout, but the issue has not been resolved.
The NBA has announced that it will not make its full season of games available for the 2017-2018 season.
The NHL has confirmed the same thing.
The league has announced the following:It’s possible that the NHL is preparing to release its full slate of games before the end of February.
The owners of each league are likely to agree to the release of their full season schedule sometime between February 11 and February 13.
The major league sports leagues will release their full financial statements on February 10, just as they did last year.
They’ll also release their 2018-19 financial statements, which will be released on March 4.