The cancellation of more NBA games has apparently been put on hold. The move has apparently been delayed as a result of both the owners and the players scheduling another meeting today to resolve their differences. The first two weeks of the season, a total of 100 games, have already been canceled. The sides remain divided over the two main issues, the division of revenues and the structure of the salary cap system. Neither issue could be resolved last week despite three meetings overseen by federal mediator George Cohen. NBA commissioner David Stern said two weeks ago that the league's popular Christmas schedule could be jeopardized if a deal wasn't reached by last Tuesday. The regular season was supposed to start November 1st. The first two weeks of cancellations affected games up to November 14th.