1. Mark Cuban Reveals 1st Big Change in Post-Stern Era: More Transparency on Refs

    NEW YORK — The NBA really has changed quite dramatically under Adam Silver. We know this because Mark Cuban is now gushing over decisions made by the commissioner’s office...

    Howard Beck Written by Howard Beck about 11 months ago 35,840 reads 71 comments

  2. David Stern Reportedly Won't Attend All-Star Game

    The NBA All-Star Game is right around the corner. But one person who isn't expected to be in attendance is David Stern . Stern, the NBA's longtime commissioner, is slated to relinquish his post on Feb...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 12 months ago 4,349 reads 10 comments

  3. Poll Shows Seattle and OKC Fans Have Very Different Opinions on David Stern Era

    NBA commissioner David Stern is officially stepping down after 30 years in charge on Feb. 1, 2014, so SportsNation decided to poll the country to see how it felt about him...

    Tyler Brooke Written by Tyler Brooke about 12 months ago 113,393 reads 254 comments

  4. ESPN SportsNation Map Shows Where David Stern Earned A and F Grades in Tenure

    With David Stern's tenure at the helm of the NBA drawing to a close, the world is being given a chance to reflect on his time in office. We're now at the point where we can ponder the changes he's made, both positive and negative...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 12 months ago 1,528 reads 10 comments

  5. Mark Cuban Says Goodbye to David Stern with Warm Embrace

    Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has had his fair share of spats with outgoing NBA commissioner David Stern , racking up just under $2 million in public fines since he bought the Mavs in 2000...

    Tristan Thornburgh Written by Tristan Thornburgh about 1 year ago 25,881 reads 35 comments

  6. David Stern's NBA Legacy: Growing the Game and Growing Fan Discontent

    NEW YORK — When the clock strikes midnight Saturday, David Stern will cease to be the NBA commissioner, and authority will quietly pass to his protege, Adam Silver, the first such transition in 30 years...

    Howard Beck Written by Howard Beck about 1 year ago 33,092 reads 132 comments

  7. David Stern Was Right Commissioner at Right Time, And Now It's Time to Move on

    Talk about David Stern ’s genius invariably begins with his business acumen, having made a too-black, too-drug-infested sport wildly popular with white corporate America and ...

    Ric Bucher Written by Ric Bucher about 1 year ago 17,448 reads 93 comments