Found February 26, 2012 on NY Post:
ORLANDO, Fla. — OK, maybe it won’t be Yankees-Red Sox. But NBA commissioner David Stern sees a legitimate rivalry blooming between the Knicks and Nets when New Jersey makes its move to Brooklyn next season. “We are very happy for Bruce Ratner and Mikhail Prokhorov that this building is going...

Stern: Silver worthy successor as NBA commissioner

Whenever David Stern retires, he's certain Adam Silver is ready to be the next NBA commissioner. Stern calls Silver, the deputy commissioner since 2006, a ''first-rate, top of the class executive,'' and would choose him as his successor if he made the decision. However, he says that will be left to owners. Stern hasn't said when he will step down, though...

Kings Blog: Stern leaves hotel, Kings, NBA keep meeting

NBA Commissioner David Stern, accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver and four members of the relocation committee, emerged from behind closed doors at 4:46 local time. NBA Commissioner David Stern speaks to reporters before NBA All-Star basketball festivities in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012.

Chris Sheridan vs David Stern: This is How You Conduct an Interview

Forget the skills competition, 3-point contest, dunk contest, Jeremy Lin or Lebron in the 4th quarter; the real story at NBA All Star Weekend – at least for me – was former ESPN journalist Chris Sheridan challenging David Stern on the vetoed Chris Paul trade to the Lakers from earlier this year. We have seen these media congregation all too often. The writers stand around a commissioner...

Stern: Lin Frenzy Escalated At Record Pace

David Stern said Jeremy Lin's instant popularity is unlike anything the NBA has ever seen.

Stern gets right to point in praise of Lin

David Stern is suffering from a case of Linsanity. During his State of the NBA address Saturday night, the NBA commissioner went out of his way to heap praise on the Knicks’ new playmaker.“I think it’s great for the league and great for Jeremy,” Stern said.

David Stern: Meeting about Kings' future to be held Sunday

Representatives of the city of Sacramento, the Sacramento Kings' owners and the NBA will meet for a second consecutive day Sunday in Orlando to negotiate a potential deal that would build a new arena that would keep the Kings in California's capital city.

David Stern endorses Adam Silver as next NBA commissioner

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Stern: Silver worthy successor as commissioner

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Whenever David Stern retires, he's certain Adam Silver is ready to be the next NBA commissioner.

Craig Sager School of Fashion: NBA All Star Game

The NBA All Star game was in Orlando this weekend and luckily for us that meant that our man Craig Sager was doing double duty. On Friday he was at the Rising Stars Challenge and since it was All Star Weekend Sager decided to bring out the best that he had. This outfit looks like he got the tie from Sinbad, the shirt from Pee Wee Herman, and the blazer from an usher at a St Louis...

Kings reach tentative stadium agreement with Sacramento, likely won’t relocate

The Kings look to be staying put in Sacramento after the team agreed to a tentative deal Monday with the city for a brand new downtown arena. The Maloof family, which owns the franchise, has agreed to put down $75 million upfront before construction, while Sacramento reportedly will post between $200 million to $250 million. George Maloof, via the Sac Bee: “We’re going to have...

Elation now - big votes next

Sacramento and its sole major league sports team, the Kings, have agreed on the pieces of a $387 million arena financing puzzle that would keep the franchise in town another 30 years. The railyard development northeast of downtown Sacramento will be the location for the new arena if an agreement reached Monday is finalized. Under the deal, the city would pay more than half the...
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