Stern was selected into the womens Basketball Hall of fame and founded WNBA in 1997

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 Stern was selected into the womens Basketball Hall of fame and founded WNBA in 1997


A quarter of a century ago, the firm belief of David Stern gave birth to the WNBA, setting a new era for womens professional basketball in our country. He combined the womens basketball and the NBA style very cleverly, which is a very good business plan, great marketing behavior. His vision led to a league that is still the Lighthouse of womens sports Said val okoman, the current president of the big east League and the first president of WNBA. We, the players, the coaches, the management, the referees and the fans should all thank David for his great determination to raise womens basketball to a major league position. Stern can be called the greatest president in the history of NBA. From 1984 to 2014, he took charge of the League for 20 years, making the NBA a global hot sport and greatly improving its status in the United States. In February 2014, he announced his retirement and took over Adam Shaw, who had been his deputy for many years. That year, he was elected to the Naismith Basketball Hall of fame. In addition, he was selected into the International Basketball Hall of fame and the sports broadcasting Hall of fame. Source: Netease sports Author: Tan Xiaoyu, editor in charge: Yang Jiankun_ NS4215

A quarter of a century ago, the firm belief of David Stern gave birth to the WNBA, setting a new era for womens professional basketball in our country. He combined the womens basketball and the NBA style very cleverly, which is a very good business plan, great marketing behavior. His vision led to a league that is still the Lighthouse of womens sports Said val okoman, the current president of the big east League and the first president of WNBA.

We, the players, the coaches, the management, the referees and the fans should all thank David for his great determination to raise womens basketball to a major league position.

Stern can be called the greatest president in the history of NBA. From 1984 to 2014, he took charge of the League for 20 years, making the NBA a global hot sport and greatly improving its status in the United States.

In February 2014, he announced his retirement and took over Adam Shaw, who had been his deputy for many years. That year, he was elected to the Naismith Basketball Hall of fame. In addition, he was selected into the International Basketball Hall of fame and the sports broadcasting Hall of fame.