Adam Silver Rumors
In 2016, the Sacramento Kings developed and launched an interactive, predictive gaming platform for fans to wager points on in-game action – from their arena seat or around the world. “Call the Shot” is part of the award-winning, dual-mode Sacramento Kings + Golden 1 Center app – the fan “remote control” for the world’s most technologically advanced and sustainable arena. The Supreme Court’s decision, coupled with potential legislation in California, could pave the way for fans to use the innovative gaming platform to consume and interact with the game in new ways. “The next-generation of fan experience is embracing technology, allowing fans to further connect with their favorite sports and teams through advanced data, video and fantasy games, as well as limited-wagering. Opening gaming creates new opportunities to transform how fans are consuming the game inside and beyond the walls of the arena. I applaud Commissioner Silver for his leadership and look forward to an open dialogue on this important issue.”
A 27-year-old man was arrested Friday for sending a letter to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver that essentially demanded Silver to let him play in the league … or else. “If you don’t let me play, I’m going to come up there and kill you with my f*cking gun,” David Pyant allegedly wrote in an email sent to NBA offices … police sources tell us.
A Queens man was arrested for sending a threatening email to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, police sources said Sunday. I’m going to “come up there and kill you with my f–king gun,” 27-year-old David Pyant allegedly wrote to Silver in July of last year.
“What I see, fans will see sooner or later, too, because it’s embarrassing,” Oakley said. “When the commissioner [Adam Silver] sees the tape, it’s going to be trouble for the NBA . . . It was bad. Like I’ve been saying from the get-go, everything has been a lie.”