By Trevor Zickgraf, Project Spurs.com
NBA Commissioner David Stern, not a favorite in South Texas right now, was one state over Wednesday night to watch Lakers guard Kobe Bryant score his 30,000th point (congrats to Kobe even though most of us really don't like him). Stern was nice enough to join the Hornets' broadcast crew and discuss several league wide issues. Stern was asked specifically about the Hack-A-Shaq technique that's been used on Dwight Howard this season, and guys like San Antonio Spurs' Tiago Splitter and Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. Stern said not only does he hate the technique, but he even tried to have it banned completely, not just in the last two minutes of a game.
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