David Stern and his NBA minions never cease to amaze the masses—in a bad way. The league and its commissioner have always had a tendency to micromanage its teams, but Stern and company have officially breached the province of hypocrisy now as well. Show More Summary
NBA Commissioner David Stern has finally had enough of the shenanigans going on in the NBA under his watchful eye. No longer will teams—especially veteran ones—be permitted to give players a night off after playing four games in five nights. Show More Summary
NBA Commissioner David Stern is ticked off at San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, who doggedly places team goals over those of the league. An unsympathetic Popovich continues to sternly defend his hugely successful player-management strategies, while Stern promises to bring the hammer to the Spurs. Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich gets the wrath of NBA commissioner David Stern for resting his best players. But a funny thing happened on the way to losing to the Miami Heat: The Spurs almost won.
The San Antonio Spurs will face "substantial sanctions" for deciding to send home four key players for rest, rather than playing them in their game against the Miami Heat, according to statement released Thursday by NBA commissioner David Stern. The Spurs sent Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Danny Green home early Thursday for rest. Show More Summary
NBA commissioner David Stern isn't a happy camper. He was looking forward to seeing the San Antonio Spurs, the team with the best record in the Western Conference, take on the Miami Heat, the team with the best record in the Eastern Conference, during the first half of a TNT doubleheader on Thursday night. Show More Summary
NBA Commissioner David Stern says the San Antonio Spurs will be hit with "substantial sanctions" for their decision to send four regulars home before their game in Miami on Thursday night.
NEW YORK -- NBA Commissioner David Stern has issued the following statement regarding the San Antonio Spurs decision today to send players home prior to their game tonight in Miami:
On October 25, 2012, NBA commissioner David J. Stern announced he will retire effective February 1, 2014, precisely 30 years from the day he took office. Stern's tenure as NBA commissioner has been an amalgamation of unprecedented success and controversial moments. Show More Summary
NBA revenue to touch $5 billion this season, a 20 percent increase from 2010-2011 season – NBA News NBA commissioner David Stern has said that estimated revenue from the current NBA season is expected to be around $5 billion, a 20 percent increase from the revenue of the last full NBA season back in 2010-2011. Show More Summary
NBA Commissioner David Stern estimates revenue will be a record $5 billion in the current season, an increase of about 20 percent from the league's last full season in 2010-11.
Tim Duncan once paid Brent Barry $100 to lay a fat kiss on NBA commissioner David Stern. Now see, why can't we hear Spurs stories like this more often? It seems like Barry, a former Spurs guard and current NBA analyst, once asked a giggling Duncan how much it would take to lay a smooch on the commish. Show More Summary
Back in 2005, some people accused former U.S. President George W. Bush of being too slow to respond to the crisis presented by Hurricane Katrina. Kanye West even said he doesn’t like black people. But say what you want about W, at least he finally took action in the same year as the disastrous storm. [...]
David Stern misspoke tonight in Miami before the Heat got their 2012 Championship rings, calling Hurricane Sandy "Hurricane Katrina" in his introductory comments. Unfortunately flub on the first day of the NBA season: Please follow Sports Page on Twitter and Facebook. Join the conversation about this story »
Commissioner used wrong storm name before Miami Heat rings ceremony.
Late last week, news came that NBA commissioner David Stern would be stepping down from his post after exactly 30 years on the job on February 1, 2014. Now, before you mark your calendars and stick an extra pin in your Stern voodoo doll,...Show More Summary
When we learned last week that NBA commissioner David Stern will retire in February of 2014, people were quick to share their opinions on what his legacy would be. Whether you like him or not, Stern has made the NBA a far better league than it was when he first took over as commissioner in 1984. Show More Summary
One of sport's longest serving administrators, Commissioner David Stern, has announced he will be leaving his job as head of the world's most popular basketball league, the NBA (National Basketball Association). The announcement comes just a few days before the 2012-13 season start, on 31 October, 2012.
The new Los Angeles Lakers have distinct fashion styles. Here's how they compare. NBA players across the league have been steadily ramping up their off-court fashion quotient ever since Commissioner David Stern revised the player dress code in 2005. Show More Summary