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David Stern has been commissioner since 1984.
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Commissioner David Stern reportedly wants to bring an NBA team back to Seattle before he retires as planned in 2014.

Technology helped shape David Stern's tenure

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio My first interaction with David Stern took place long before I covered the NBA. But it may be the best example of what I always felt was an underrated aspect of Stern's run as NBA commissioner. It's a run slated to end Feb. 1, 2014, per the league's announcement Thursday from the Board of Governors meeting. Anyway, I was living near the non-NBA...

Heat players thankful for David Stern's tenure

MIAMI David Stern will have some rings to hand out Tuesday to the Heat. Miami forward Shane Battier will have something for Stern. Stern announced Thursday he will retire as NBA commissioner Feb. 1, 2014. So when he greets the Heat before their regular-season opener, it will mark the next-to-last time he honors a defending champion. Ill hug him because I enjoy my life, Battier...

NBA commish Stern retiring in 2014

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. Stern, who turned 70...

25 NSFW ‘Black Guys Breaking Down David Stern’s Retirement’ Tweets

The sports world was dealt a blow yesterday afternoon when David Stern announced his retirement. Black guys were especially shocked and let out their joy and/or frustrations on Twitter. One brotha, @bryanayala12 dropped some knowledge: “I’m so glad David Stern carrying his ass in 2014.. Niggaz dominate the sport might as well give a ***** a chance to run it.. #ijs”. Little...

David Stern to Retire After 2014

  In many ways David Stern transformed the game of basketball. But his era will end in 2014. He has had many critics, but regardless he has seen basketball grow into an international phenomenon and created a woman's league and men's developmental league. His legacy, to me, has been solidified. To read more click HERE. TGR will have more on Stern in the future.

NBA commissioner David Stern to retire in 2014

Tweet The NBA has announced that David Stern, commissioner for since 1984, will retire on Feb. 1, 2014 and will be replaced by deputy commissioner Adam Silver will be his replacement. “The Board has selected Adam Silver to succeed me as NBA Commissioner, and I am very pleased with their choice,” Stern said in the [...]

Afternoon Delight: Party Pooper

David Stern's retirement in 2014 coincides with the termination of a certain rival's current contract - at which time he recently suggested he will also leave the NBA.  The commissioner, likewise, has announced that he's turning his keys over to Adam Silver - just as said rival, Kobe Kidney Bean Bryant is supposedly preparing Dwight The Clown Howard to take over L.A...

David Stern To Step Down 2/1/14 – VIDEO

Stan Van Gundy Blames David Stern for Influencing ESPN's Decision to Pull Job Offer

It’s no secret that the relationship between Stan Van Gundy and David Stern isn’t exactly a pleasant one, and it doesn't appear to be getting any better. After Van Gundy was fired as head coach of the Orlando Magic, ESPN had planned to hire the hard-nosed coach as an NBA analyst. Van Gundy’s fire and willingness to say just about anything seemed to be...

10-25 Eric Musselman

Eric Musselman, assistant coach of Arizona State, talks with Rob and Amy about NBA commissioner David Stern and his future retirement.
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