Despite ominous statements from prominent players about how the NBA's new TV deal will affect collective bargaining, former commissioner David Stern believes the league will avoid a work stoppage in 2017.
Former commissioner David Stern was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame Friday night and reminded us of how great the NBA is on and off the court.
Could the NBA possibly think of adding a second season in Europe to grow the game globally? That could be something for Adam Silver to consider as commissioner.
The polarizing, confident Poobah of the NBA approached the lectern on Thursday night to the typical shower of boos. It's the end of an era.
The NBA reportedly will not block the Clippers and Celtics from completing their deal involving Doc Rivers, one the deal finally gets that far.
The announcement and presentation of the Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award will be made before Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.
According to Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor, Adam Silver has signed his contract to be the next NBA commissioner.
NBA executive vice president of basketball operations Stu Jackson is considering returning to the front office of a team, according to Yahoo Sports.
On HuffPost Live, Houston Rockets forward Royce White said if he made an educated guess, he believes David Stern, the Rockets' organization and some owners want him out of the league.
In an interview with Charlie Rose for '60 Minutes,' David Stern calls Dennis Rodman's meeting with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un 'ridiculous.'

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