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Howard Stern Says Greg Gutfeld Great Replacement for Departing David Letterman

Howard Stern has made no secret of his affection for Greg Gutfeld. Stern proclaimed Gutfeld's The Five to be his favorite show earlier this year. Now, the self-proclaimed King of All Media is going a step further with his praise for the Breitbart News contributor and author. Show More Summary

David Stern, Alonzo Mourning and Mitch Richmond Headline 2014 Hall of Fame Class

The post David Stern, Alonzo Mourning and Mitch Richmond Headline 2014 Hall of Fame Class appeared first on SLAMonline.

Howard Stern Speaks Out About Possibly Replacing David Letterman On 'Late Show'

NEW YORK (AP) — Howard Stern is just one of the names industry spectators are floating around as a possible replacement for David Letterman. At least for now though, the longtime radio personality says of the idea, "My plate is full."...Show More Summary

David Letterman Retires Next Year

New from PopCrunch: The curtains are closing on another era in late-night TV. David Letterman just put his papers in…potentially sending longtime fan Howard Stern into cardiac arrest. The comedy fixture, star of CBS’ Late Show since 1993, announced Thursday that he plans to retire in 2015. Show More Summary

NBA Trends: Inside India's Hoops Rise & the Future for the NBA's Next Big Market

Thirty-two years ago, the NBA went to China on a goodwill mission to raise the profile of basketball. This year, thanks to the efforts of recently retired NBA commissioner David Stern, the league's revenues in China are expected to approach...Show More Summary

Adam Silver: Why Focusing on NBA Player Development Should Be His Top Priority

The NBA that Adam Silver inherited is a much different league than the one David Stern took over 30 years ago. The game has changed dramatically, the league's global exposure has skyrocketed and—perhaps most importantly—the image of the NBA and its players has vastly improved. Show More Summary

Adam Silver Thinks NBA Prospects Should Be Required to Play 2 Years in College

New NBA commissioner Adam Silver is picking up where predecessor David Stern left off in at least one respect: He isn't of the belief that the NBA is a young man's game. If Silver had his way, NBA prospects would be required to spend at least two seasons playing at the NCAA level. Show More Summary

Market "Strains The Imagination" - Everyone From Goldman To Sterne Agee Stumped

Just in case people, as opposed to Virtu algos because we know they never lose money, were confused by this market, we have some encouraging words: don't worry you are not alone. From Goldman's David Kostin... The flat YTD equity market...Show More Summary

Tomgram: David Bromwich, The Leader Obama Wanted to Become and What Became of Him

last monthNews : TomDispatch

Like many days, March 3rd saw the delivery of a stern opinion by President Obama...

Agios' CEO Discusses Q4 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Agios Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (AGIO) Q4 2013 Results Earnings Conference Call March 6, 2014 8:30 AM ET Executives Stephanie Ascher - Stern Investor Relations David Schenkein - Chief Executive Officer Scott Biller - Chief Scientific Officer...Show More Summary

Adam Silver Mulls Future of NBA Draft, Playoffs and More

Adam Silver has been quite busy during his brief time as commissioner. Even though the stat-heads of the world were uniting at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, David Stern's replacement didn't slow down for even a single second. Show More Summary

Tanguay vs. Tyson, Round 2

I haven’t read ghostwriter Larry “Ratso” Sloman’s autobiographies of Howard Stern, David Blaine, Kiss drummer Peter Criss, or the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis, so I don’t know if any of those guys, after reading the final manuscript of… Continue reading ?

The Lineup: Dear Adam Silver, Suggested Rules to Make the NBA Better

While it may only be a few weeks since Adam Silver replaced David Stern as the new NBA commissioner, players and fans alike have more than a few suggestions on how he should run the league. In this week's "The Lineup," Bleacher Report's...Show More Summary

New Commissioner Adam Silver Argues Minimum Age of 20 Better for NBA, NCAA Games

NEW ORLEANS — Adam Silver opened his NBA commissionership with a full agenda, and one lingering, highly charged item left over from David Stern’s tenure: raising the age required to enter the league, to 20 years old. The NBA currently requires that players be at least 19, and a year removed from high school, to enter the draft. Show More Summary

David Stern will be inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame

David Stern is going from the NBA commissioner’s office to the Hall of Fame. The recently retired Stern was elected Friday to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and will be enshrined with the class of 2014 on Aug. 8 in Springfield, Mass. Alonzo Mourning, Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, Kevin Johnson and Spencer Haywood are hoping [...]

Former commish Stern elected to Hall of Fame

David Stern is going from the NBA commissioner's office to the Hall of Fame.

Report: Adam Silver Wants to Increase NBA Age Limit to 20

Nobody likes you when you're 23, but Adam Silver doesn't want you if you're 19 either. Having officially replaced David Stern as the new NBA commissioner, Silver has been a busy boy. During his first road trip as commish, he told the...Show More Summary

Adam Silver Expects NBA to Rival the NFL in U.S. Sports Popularity

Never say newly instated NBA commissioner Adam Silver doesn't have goals. Not even a week into taking over for David Stern, Silver's already overflowing with ambition, hoping that the NBA can someday rival the NFL's popularity. Silver...Show More Summary

Mavericks Trade Rumors Tracker: Latest Updates Ahead of 2014 NBA Trade Deadline

The Dallas Mavericks need something for Mark Cuban to scream about, especially now that he doesn't have the luxury of falling back on David Stern selfies and fines as a primary topic of conversation. With the trade deadline looming, the Mavs are currently on the right side of the playoff ledger, but it's close. Show More Summary

Joakim Noah ejected after profane tirade at referees (video)

2 months agoSports : The Early Lead

There may be a new guy occupying the office of commissioner of the NBA, but the consequences of Joakim Noah’s profane outburst and ejection Monday night are likely to be the same. In his first week since succeeding David Stern, Adam Silver will review Noah’s actions in the Chicago Bulls 99-70 loss to the Sacramento […]

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