NBA Commissioner Adam Silver joined Spike Lee on Spike Lee's Best Seat in the House & discussed gun safety & the penalties that are enforced in the league on SiriusXM NBA Radio Hear the full interview tonight from 7-8 PM ET only on CH 217 For a free trial of SiriusXM Radio, go to www.siriusxm.com/freetrial
Rony Abovitz, the founder, president and CEO of Magic Leap, and Adam Silver, NBA commissioner, talk with Recode's Peter Kafka at the 2018 Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, Calif. They talk about a new partnership to bring some NBA content to Magic Leap's augmented reality goggles, due out sometime this year, and Abovitz shares some new hints about the roadmap for his company. Plus: A cameo appearance by basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal.
A deep dive into Adam Silver and his recent deal with MGM Resorts - the first deal a major sport league has closed with a gambling company. Plus nothing magically about the New York Mets giving up 25 runs to the Washington Nationals and Johnny Manziel is must-watch TV on Friday on ESPN2.
The senior writer for ESPN.com and ESPN the Magazine says NBA Players exerted a power previously unbeknownst to them in influencing the decision to ban Donald Sterling for life. Prospect.org's Digital Editor Adele Stan joins the discussion, also. Original Airdate 4/29/14 "Make It Plain," hosted by Matsimela Mapfumo-Mark Thompson, is a political, human rights, and breaking news program which airs on Sirius XM Progress 127, M-F, 6-9p ET. To hear entire episodes of Make it Plain, and for a free trial, go to www.siriusxm.com/ondemand
Dans ce nouvel épisode, Pierre et Ben profitent de l'accalmie passagère dans la météo NBA pour tirer un bilan: celui de l'action d'Adam Silver. En poste depuis plus de trois ans, le successeur de David Stern peut se targuer d'avoir réussi un début de règne sans faute majeure. Mais derrière les talents de ce communiquant hors-pair se cachent des dossiers qui sont toujours sans réponse. Pour finir l'émission, le quiz estival fait son retour à la place des tops et des flops.
In this episode, our hosts discuss Brian Windhorst's article on ESPN, "What Keeps Adam Silver Up At Night," and Christopher Lee predicts that Cal would win the PAC-12 Men's Basketball Tournament. They lost 3 hours after this episode was recorded. Music: bensound.com
Adam Silver made some interesting comments about "unhappy" NBA players. When you look around the league, a lot of players appear unhappy. Anthony Davis wants out of New Orleans, LeBron wants rid of his teammates, Kevin Durant wants to leave Golden State, Kawhi Leonard can't decide where to play.... what is causing this malaise? Seb and Karl discuss it and Seb has a theory that not only the players are morose, but the fans are becoming morose as well. Karl talks about his experiences working on the Kobe Bryant tour and what it was like to listen to a...
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NBA Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver and NBA Commissioner David Stern joined Long Range with Steve Kerr and Ian Eagle and shared their thoughts about potentially minimizing the importance of Divisions in the NBA. Catch Long Range with Steve Kerr every Monday from 3-6pm eastern on SiriusXM NBA Radio channel 217.