|Full Name, Name||David Joel Stern “David Stern”|
|Age, Born||He is 71 years old, he was born on September,22, 1942 in New York City, New York|
|Net Worth||$ 50 Million|
|Source of Wealth||Sport Basketball|
|Achievements||Relocation of 6 NBA Franchises, 7 New NBA teams, 7 Ratification of the NBA Dress Code, NBA finals Trophy renamed to Larry O’Brien Trophy, NBA Finals MPV Trophy renamed to the Bill Russell NBA Most Valuable Player Award, Four NBA Lockout etc.|
|Family||He married to Dianne Bock Stern. They have two sons Eric A. Stern and Andrew Stern.|
David Joel Stern is a lawyer known as a former commissioner of the National basketball Association (NBA) since 1984. He is NBA fourth commissioner where he began his career in NBA from 1990s to 2000s. In fact, David stern is responsible for increasing the popularity of basketball over the course as Commissioner. He has net worth estimated 50 Million. His annual salary as commissioner of the NBA is around $ 8 Million. Moreover, Stern’s salary as commissioner has never been officially presented because the NBA owners don’t know what Stern makes in NBA itself. In other hand, several believe that his salary is range of $ 20 million to $ 23 million per year.
It was recorded that, Stern fined around $ 3.5 Million for avoid with Smith contract so he took his income around $ 58.5 Million. Based on his net worth, he also donated estimated $ 1,000 to support a group opposing California’s Prop 23, which would delay process of the state’s landmark environmental law. In 2005, launched NBA Cares which he agree toward some charities supported by the NBA and its players include child abuse prevention, drug abuse prevention, hunger relief, HIV/AIDS awareness, and the Special Olympics.