NBA Sunday Social: The League mourns the loss of David Stern

This week NBA Sunday Social takes a look back on the life and legacy of former NBA commissioner David Stern

Straying away from the usual positive vibes of this column, this week’s edition of Sunday Social will mainly focus on the loss of former commissioner David Stern. Mr. Stern passed away due to complications from a Hemorrhagic stroke he suffered last month in an NYC restaurant.

The NBA world was taken back by the devastating loss. Stern was much more than the former commissioner. He was an innovator, pioneer, a business person, a husband, and a father. Stern is survived by his wife, Dianne Bock — the couple was married for 57 years  — and his two sons Eric A and Andrew Stern.

The NBA family sounds off

Condolences from The King

Steph provides a heartfelt message for Mr. Stern

Honoring a legend

Thunder Chairman Clay Bennett shares his statement

The Greek Freak shares his thoughts

A Few odds and ends from last week:

Brotherly love

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Secret handshakes are the BEST!

Back to regularly scheduled programming

International flare with All-Star voting

Capela is becoming a star

Positive dialog between coach and offical

We’ve seen this before…

We’ve already got meme’s

Efficiency off the bench

Kevin Love clears the air

OKC’s sophomore is hitting a high note

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is ascending to stardom in Oklahoma City. The 21-year-old shooting guard’s fourth-quarter shooting percentage over the last three weeks has reached 72.7 percent, which ranks first in the NBA during that time period among qualified players. SGA’s rapid development can not be credited to one source, from his own talents to the valuable mentorship from Chris Paul, everything Oklahoma City is currently doing is contributing to Shai’s growth.

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That will do it for this week’s Sunday Social, once again rest in peace David Stern, thank you for helping bring NBA basketball to Oklahoma City, it changed many lives including my own. You will be forever missed.

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