Adam Silver has become the NBA's fifth commissioner.
The NBA posted a picture on its Twitter account Saturday of Silver holding a basketball and shaking hands with outgoing commissioner David Stern.
''It's official: Adam Silver succeeds David Stern as NBA Commissioner'' the caption read.
Stern retired after exactly 30 years in charge, making him the NBA's longest-serving and most...
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February 01, 2014
ESPN.com has all kinds of SportsNation polls on the site and rarely is it worth reading into any of the results. According to one that they had up today, most of America found that David Stern’s 30-year tenure as commisionner of the NBA was pretty good. 48 of the 50 United States graded him out […]Continue reading...
Over the years here on That NBA Lottery Pick, we’ve posted some pretty unique birthday cakes but this image of David Stern’s retirement cake might be the best we’ve seen.
Check out the below tweet from NBA super fan James Goldstein of the cake which shows the cake to be an arena-shape along with fans that include James (and what looks to be Woody Allen):
Happy to be one of...
David Stern is retiring after 30-years of being the NBA Commissioner in February. The 71-year-old went on The Late Show with David Stern Wednesday night, and presented the Top 10 list.
Read a good piece of Stern’s successor, Adam Silver from the New York Times here.
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David Stern swung by "Late Show with David Letterman" to present a Top 10 list of things he learned in his 30 years as NBA commissioner.
David Stern’s 10 Biggest Accomplishments
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
After 30 years, David Stern is leaving his post as NBA Commissioner and Adam Silver will be taking over and here is an ode to Stern, remembering his 10 biggest accomplishments as commissioner. Although Stern wasn’t the key factor in all 10 of these accomplishments, he played a big part...
Outgoing NBA Commissioner David Stern was in the Barclays Center crowd Thursday night as the Brooklyn Nets hosted the Los Angeles Clippers. TNT television cameras found Stern and put him on the air just as he was taking a sip from a water bottle, and managed to capture the awkward moment when Stern choked as he apparently drank too much too fast.How's that for bad timing?Video via...
While enjoying a Nets game (for once) in Brooklyn, David Stern fought H20, and H20 won.
Stern puts bottle awkwardly in his mouth, concealing it completely, perhaps to get every morsel of H20
Stern tilts bottle back, but not head or neck back. At all. Big mistake.
Stern’s eyes bulge like Judge Doom’s in ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’
Stern attempts to compose himself...
David Stern has had a few too many — too many waters, that is.
The NBA commissioner ran into a little problem while trying to take a swig from a bottle of water in the stands. Instead of a smooth sip of refreshment, Stern briefly choked on his H2O. If that’s what happens when Stern drinks water, our money’s not on him if he takes the cinnamon challenge.
At least Stern was good...