NBA 'uncertainty' cancels charity game

INDIANAPOLIS -- A charity game involving NBA players scheduled for Sunday in New Castle, Ind., has been canceled.

A release from event organizers says that because of the "uncertainty" of Saturday's NBA negotiations in New York many of the players scheduled to participate were advised to prepare for a possible agreement.

The "King of the Castle" event was to pit the Knox Indy Pro-Am League stars against Mario Chalmers' Rio All-Stars. Washington's John Wall, Memphis' Zach Randolph and Los Angeles' Eric Gordon were expected to play.

NBA owners and players met for several hours with federal mediator George Cohen on Saturday.