Wednesday, December 7, 2011

David Stern asked forgiveness in a letter to fans

David Stern has wanted to reach fans and empathize with them via e-mail. The commissioner of the NBA has sent a letter to fans of the best league in the world apologizing for the 'lockout' and appreciated the support and patience with the best league in the world during these months so hard.

Stern hopes that fans will enjoy the competition this year, and promises to be very exciting. The chief executive of the NBA has taken the letter to justify the competitiveness of the new collective agreement after months of dispute.

Dear fans,

On behalf of the NBA family want to thank your patience and support during the past few months. The new collective agreement is designed to try to make our league more competitive, to reward the performances of our players and give more strength to the competition by improving its economy. We believe this agreement will benefit our teams, players and most importantly the fans to make the NBA stronger.

In the days and weeks ahead, we all hope you enjoy the start of the season: the market, the first practice and preseason games. Each NBA team will organize special events for fans, stay tuned to the web, Facebook and Twitter for your favorite team for details. This season we hope to give you much more than all those reasons why you like NBA basketball, competition amazing, tremendous excitement and constant work and dedication of the best athletes in the world.

Thank you very much for being fond of the NBA. I hope you enjoy the season, which I promise will be the most exciting.

David Stern


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