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The Clock Is Ticking on David Stern

Published by on April 25, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

In 1984, Michael Jordan was drafted and David Stern became NBA commissioner.  The year after Jordan retired, the NBA went on strike. It has not been the same since.

Stern is just like the Chicago Bulls—nothing without Jordan. Since Jordan left the league, fans have been looking for the next superstar to bring the league back to prominence.

First it was Shaquille O'Neal, but his game was so much different than Jordan's.

Then it was Tim Duncan, but he lacked Jordan's flair.

Allen Iverson was too much of a thug.

So the NBA turned to Kobe Bryant, but then he forgot to call an escort and had sex with the bell girl.

Now the success of the NBA is pinned on the shoul...

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