The Kings are staying in Sacramento, and Seattle will have to wait for another NBA franchise.
As for the ownership question that has kept the Kings in limbo for years, Commissioner David Stern wants it settled now. Read More
NEW YORK — The future home of the Sacramento Kings may not be settled this month after all.
With owners facing a difficult choice between a move to Seattle or the team staying put in Sacramento, NBA Commissioner David Stern said Wednesday the expected vote in two weeks may be delayed. Read More
The Warriors have five years to undo the damage they’ve done, and they’d be wise to get started right away.
What damage? Well, in holding that ostentatious news conference to announce their plans to move to San Francisco, the Dubs dissed Oakland in a big way. Read More
After nearly two years of bickering, NBA players and owners are back on the same side.
"We want to play basketball," Commissioner David Stern said. Read More
I was super excited to get a call from David Stern. But it was so noisy in the newsroom, I thought the NBA commissioner said, "I will end the lockout if the players support my hard-cap plan," when he actually said, "I will wear a dunce cap before giving in to the players’ demands." Read More
Perhaps Dwyane Wade should learn to hit. You know, scrap the basketball career that has held him down for so long, and learn to play a sport where he can make some real money.
Maybe he and LeBron James should ask Ozzie Guillen, the new manager of the soon-to-be Miami Marlins, for an invitation to spring training. I mean, come on. These guys have families to feed. Read More
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Does anyone else find it amusing that the NBA fined Kobe Bryant $100,000 for using the “F-word” during a game against San Antonio on April 12, but also found it perfectly acceptable for him to use the “F-word”? Read More
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- David Stern should be ashamed of himself. For days, the NBA commissioner stood by silently as his league took center stage of the sports world — in its offseason — thanks to LeBron James’ self-glorification ceremony on ESPN. Then, two days after the special, he declares it to be “ill-conceived” and in poor taste? Read More
All hail the commissioner. Bow in fear to the guardians of our beloved games because these benevolent despots have carte blanche to do almost anything. Just keep that TV money rolling in and fans turning out in droves and team owners would probably elect Fidel Castro. Read More