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Welcome To The “Silver Age” For The NBA

They passed the torch  in the Association, without much fanfare on Sunday, as David Stern stepped down from his post as Commissioner, handing over the reins of power to his former Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver. The changing if the guard was … Continue reading

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Era Ends In Boston As Doc Rivers Heads To Clippers

The “Boston Globe” reported on Sunday, that the Boston Celtics will hold a press conference, Monday at noon; at which time they will announce that long-time bench boss Doc Rivers, will be let out of the last three years of … Continue reading

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Stern Fining Spurs Could Become Quite Costly For NBA Teams

Long before David Stern became the Commissioner of the Association, he went to law school, passed the bar and was a practicing attorney for many years. One would rationalize that with his background as an attorney, that he would think … Continue reading

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Does David Stern Have The Right To Dictate NBA Team’s Lineups?

When NBA Commissioner David Stern hands over the reins of power to Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver, in February of 2014; the Association will be in far better shape then when he took the job in 1984. The NBA relegated to the … Continue reading

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Stern To Retire In 2014, Adam Silver To Be Next NBA Commissioner

“Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss“…For those NBA observers that hoped once NBA Commissioner David Stern retires, the Association would have new leadership; you are out of luck. Thirty years after Stern became the game’s chief executive, … Continue reading

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Advertising Patches On Jerseys Will Tarnish NBA Image

Prepare yourself for changes to the jerseys of your favorite team in the Association starting in the 2013-2014 campaign, as “NBA.com” reported that the NBA Board Of Governors, will most likely agree to allow “Advertising Patches” on team jerseys. Although, … Continue reading

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Why Has “Flopping” Become The New Hot Button For The NBA?

NBA Commissioner David Stern has suddenly become obsessed with the “Flopping Epidemic” that has invaded the Association, like a virus in his opinion. Stern is so upset with players exaggerating the contact that they receive on a play, in hopes … Continue reading

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Commissioner Stern Calls Out Radio Show Host Jim Rome After Fixed Lottery Question

Every move we make has repercussions, some great and others small. If you decide to dart out and run across an Interstate freeway during rush-hour, odds are pretty high that you will get hit by a vehicle. If there is … Continue reading

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Defending The Indefensible: Commissioner Stern Speaks On Suspension Of World Peace

Despite the fact that the National Basketball Association pushed back opening day of the 2011-2012 campaign to Christmas Day; after ending a Lockout that nearly cost the game the entire season; it has been a very successful season for the … Continue reading

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Association Has To Come Down Hard On World Peace For Punk Move On Harden

After attempting to turn around his reputation and trying to prove he had truly matured over the last few seasons; “The Player Formerly Known As Ron Artest” re-emerged Sunday late in the first half of the contest between the Los … Continue reading

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