This week, David Stern will meet with his Competition Committee—an appointed group of owners, general managers and coaches—to discuss new rules, including those that address the problem of flopping. Flopping is the “it” word in the NBA these days, as fans and players raise the volume on their complaints about the on-court trickery—the cowardice, if we’re being frank—that has made the game less enjoyable to play and to watch.
29 NBA owners (the NBA currently owns the New Orleans Hornets) held a 20-minute conference call on Thursday to discuss the state of the NBA lockout’s labor situation. According to a source close to the talks David Stern was just off... Read Post
The NBA owners and the NBA players union will resume talks on August 1st as the two sides continue to try to work out a deal that would end the NBA lockout. At this meeting, the owners will be represented by David Stern and San Anto... Read Post