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Passing The Torch: Businessweek Examines The NBA's Move From Stern To Silver
Published January 17, 2014
REGRETS, I'VE HAD A FEW: Stern during a press conference prior to Thursday's Nets-Hawks game in London was asked if he had any regrets during his three decades as commission. He said, "I wish the WNBA was 24 teams, rather (than) 12. That will take us some time. I wish the American team at the Athens Olympics had won gold rather than bronze. But I'm very happy with where we are, and I'm looking forward to perhaps traveling a bit with the NBA and enjoying watching its continued growth" (ESPNNY.com, 1/16).