Not sure how important this is in the grand scheme of things because im not too familiar with the NBA CBA but glad to see they are agreeing on some things.
The new 76ers ownership group met with members of the media for the first time Tuesday at the Palestra, discussing how the group was formed and what changes are ahead, including slashing ticket prices and a change in the front office.
Rod Thorn talks about changing roles with the departure of Ed Stefanski, as well as his confidence in the new ownership group.
Doug Collins interview at the new ownership groups introductory press conference, talking about the departure of Ed Stefanski.
He was part of Steven's Spor(t) Repor(t) on the NBA lockout.
Yay. Now lets play.
Thousands of jobs are on the line as the owners and players can't take their egos out of the equation and decide how to split almost $2 billion in profits.
It sounds like he would pretty much have the same role there as he would here but he knows he most likely won't be retained if when his contract expires. The Blazers are also interested but he has no interest unless he has full control
Iguodala spending his lockout time constructively. It's gratifying to hear about an NBA player acting like a grownup.