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“Shorten?!?!?…….not on my watch” The dog days of summer ends, fall begins. The weather noticeably gets colder, you find yourself putting on a jacket when you go outside for the first time in over 5 months. You look out your window and see the leaves changing to fall oranges and yellows and you grimace at the thought of the fact, soon you will have to rake all those leaves up. You think about the upcoming holidays and turkey with the family (for better or for worse). But there are other nostalgic feelings that rush over you. That magical feeling that puts a smile on your face is sports, and watching your favorite teams. At this time of year sports fans think about the soap opera that is college football and the BCS. They think about the parity and excitement of the NFL (including Fantasy Football). They think about the MLB playoffs. You know what sports fans don’t think about this time of year? The NBA. It’s not that sports fans don’t know it’s going on (okay maybe some actually do...
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David Stern may already be auditioning for a new career. Last month the NBA’ commissioner announced that he would be stepping down from his post in February of 2014. Though Stern’s tenure has been marked by some controversy — much of it surrounding officiating — there’s no denying that the stature of the league has increased exponentially under his watch. On Monday night...
Watch David Stern take a shot at play-by-play.
NBA Emperor David Stern made a guest appearance in the Root Sports booth as the Jazz were on the road in Memphis this week. While Stern's commentary is predictably non-descript, what truly stands out about this clip is the backslapping of Stern by the Jazz broadcasters, Craig Bolerjack and Matt Harpring. Judging by their effusive acclamation of Stern, you'd think he was...
During an in game interview NBA Commissioner David Stern showed us his play-by-play announcing skills while the Memphis Grizzlies-Utah Jazz played.
Stern announced earlier in the season that he will retire as commissioner of the NBA in February 2014. Adam Silver will replace Stern, who has been commissioner for 30 years.
The Grizzlies, who have won two straight beat the Jazz 103-94.
Brooklyn returned to major pro sports on Saturday, welcomed back by some beloved former stars and ready to embrace the Nets the way it once did the Dodgers.
The Nets played their delayed first regular-season game at Barclays Center, two days after they were supposed to open against the New York Knicks. That was postponed by Superstorm Sandy that heavily damaged the city's mass...