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Breaking News: David Stern to resign as NBA commissioner. Tim Donaghy to replace him?

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NBA commissioner David Stern was reported to step down to "spent more time with family". It was reported this morning on the What We All Want To Happen News that former NBA Referee Tim Donaghy has threatened to relaease a recording that was given to a referee crew right before a "specific game" for certain calls and rule should be disregarded "for a certain player on a certain team" in a playoffs series. Rumor has it that Donaghy demanded that Stern step down as commissioner and have him to replace Stern or Donaghy will release the recording to the players and front office executives. Sources close to the situation are saying that they are glad that Stern is leaving. One unnamed source said," I'm glad that douchebag is gone. Now there can be parity in our league and we don't have to worry about referees fucking over certain teams because they aren't the Lakers." When asked if Donaghy would do a good job the source replied,"Anyone could do a better job than that piece of crab David Stern. Finally he is being exposed for the fraud that he is."  

 


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