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Adam Silver will finally have his chance to get booed during the first round of the NBA draft, because David Stern is quitting during the 2014 NBA season.
“The Board has selected Adam Silver to succeed me as NBA Commissioner, and I am very pleased with their choice,” Stern said in the email. “As you know, Adam is a world-class business executive who has influenced so many areas of our business during his 20-year tenure with the league, from television, to digital, to international, to merchandising, to sponsorships, to team business, to, of course, labor negotiations. I know that the organization will be in very good hands when Adam becomes Commissioner.”
2014 will be Stern’s 30th year at the NBA’s helm. And while Stern has recently become quite vilified, he is very much responsible for the league’s resurgence from the depths of tape delayed playoff games. Stern’s marketing savvy played up individuals, which began the prosperous explosion of NBA basketball.
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NBA Commissioner David Stern will be stepping down from the post he will have held for 28 years on Feb. 1, 2014.
Ever since the Seattle Supersonics went bankrupt and moved to Oklahoma City to become the Thunder, the call to bring the franchise back has been in high demand. And right now, the demand is higher than ever.
With David Stern announcing that he will step down as the NBA’s commissioner in February 2014, the one big think he is looking to do is to bring a franchise back to the...
NEW YORK (AP) NBA Commissioner David Stern will retire on Feb. 1, 2014, 30 years after he took charge of the league. He will be replaced by Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver.
The announcement came at an NBA Board of Governors meeting Thursday.
Stern told owners during their two days of meetings of his plans, and the board unanimously decided Silver would be his successor.
In recent years the topic has been brought up quite a bit: "When is David Stern finally going to retire?" Some people hoped it would be soon, some still considered him the best commissioner in all of sports. Well, love him or hate him, we have ourselves an answer. David Stern will retire from his position as NBA Commissioner on Feb. 1, 2014, exactly 30 years after he...
In October 1997, Micheal Ray Richardson got a ticket through the NBA for the McDonald's Open, a preseason event in Paris featuring the Chicago Bulls.
Richardson, a four-time All-Star guard with the Knicks and the Nets, had been banned for life by the NBA in 1986 for repeated drug use. Richardson then went on to play in Italy, Croatia, Israel and France before he retired as a...
News broke this afternoon that David Stern will step down as NBA commissioner on February 1st, 2014, exactly 30 years after he took over the league in 1984: David Stern will step down as NBA commissioner on Feb. 1, 2014, league sources tell Y! Sports. Deputy Adam Silver will replace Stern.about 3 hours ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite@WojYahooNBAAdrian WojnarowskiStern will be succeeded...
David Stern has been commissioner since 1984.
Looks like the David Stern era will be ending in 2014. Adrian Wojnarowsky reported earlier today that the commissioner of the NBA will step down on February 1, 2014, and be replaced by Adam Silver.
The Board has selected Adam Silver to succeed me as NBA Commissioner, and I am very pleased with their choice,” Stern said in the email. “As you know, Adam is a world-class business...
One of David Stern's final goals is to bring a NBA franchise back to Seattle, according to sources.
Eric Musselman, assistant coach of Arizona State, talks with Rob and Amy about NBA commissioner David Stern and his future retirement.
Soon-to-be retired NBA commissioner David Stern weighed on the 2012 Presidential Elections recently in an interview with Reuters, and talked about Barack Obama regarding his basketball skills.
Stern, who says he is a loyal Democrat, said that Obama’s basketball skills aren’t really that good and that he isn’t as good “as he thinks he is.” He also said Obama always goes...
It was a topic that swept social media on Thursday — right before David Stern’s retirement announcement — that the Mavericks guard, Delonte West, was suspended again, this time indefinitely. He was suspended on October 15th as well, but the suspension would last less than 24 hours, but seems both parties are ready to call [...]The post Report: Delonte West Will Not Return...