The relentless, full-throated booing of NBA Commissioner David Stern has become one of the truly remarkable and ridiculous traditions of the annual NBA draft over the years, and the 2012 edition was no exception. Cats on the spot at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., dropped bombs on the commish from pillar to post on Thursday night, unleashing weapons-grade hate on the league's boss from before he stepped out on the stage until the moment he ceded the spotlight to NBA Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver, who announced the picks in the second round. And he loooooooooooved it. Check out Stern's reaction to those lusty, lusty boos, and get caught up on the rest of Thursday's top stories in sports, thanks to our friends at the Yahoo! Sports Minute : Now hit the jump for Stern's full, sarcasm-soaked opening, a first-person listen to the lambasting inside the Prudential Center, the love showered upon Silver and more.