Both Adam Silver and Rob Manfred took over as head bosses of their respective leagues in 2014. Since then, both have quickly taken on leadership: Silver leading the NBA through a potential PR disaster with the Donald Sterling scandal, and Manfred showing a willingness to introduce significant reforms to help Major League Baseball stay relevant and innovative. Neither league is complaining, but which boss is doing the best job so far? We talked to an expert from the Wharton School of Business, Professor Kenneth Shropshire, at the IMG World Congress of Sports presented by SportsBusiness Journal/Daily in Los Angeles.

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