Quote of the Day

"Look at the league when he first got in, and look at it now. I think he did a hell of a job and he can retire on top."
-- Jazz F Al Jefferson, on NBA Commissioner David Stern announcing he will retire in February '14 after 30 years on the job. (SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, 10/26)
Friday October 26, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 33 Print This Issue

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  • The Book On David

    David Stern during his tenure as NBA Commissioner has overseen “perhaps the most stunning transformation in the history of professional sports,” as the league became “a global brand with trendsetting broadcast deals, its own network and offices throughout the world,” according to Bill Oram of the SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. Stern Thursday announced he plans to step down on February 1, 2014. Jazz F Al Jefferson said, "Look at the league when he first got in, and look at it now. I think he did a hell of a job and he can retire on top" ( SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, 10/26 ). The AP’s Brian Mahoney wrote Stern has been “perhaps the model sports commissioner.” Mahoney: “Name an important policy in the NBA -- d ...

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  • Papa Peyton

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  • The Bear Necessities

    Newly renovated Pauley Pavilion comes complete with “bold colors, high-end finishes and LED graphics.”

  • Say What?

    Will ESPN act on controversy over Stephen A. Smith?

  • Gunning For Stan

    Kroenke faces angry fans at Arensal shareholders meeting.

  • Next Year Delivery

    ManU buys out its training kit partnership with DHL to end the relationship a year earlier.

  • Predicting The Future

    NFL.com drops AccuScore's "Forecast Center" feature after questions about gaming service.

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