Yankees Trying To Drum Up Fan Interest Chargers Still To Be Aired In San Diego Market Franchise Notes Could San Diego Replace The Chargers? Cubs Eliminate Print-At-Home Tickets L.A. Fans Boo New Chargers Logo Sources: Raiders To File Vegas Relocation Papers Red Sox' Offseason Moves Leads To Ticket Sales Boost Dean Spanos "Stung" By Criticism San Diego Mayor, Fans In Upheaval Over Chargers
Published December 2, 1997
The Warriors suspended Latrell Sprewell for a minimum of 10 games after he "twice attacked" coach P.J. Carlesimo in practice, according to David Steele of the S.F. CHRONICLE. He will lose 10 games pay, more than $935,000. The NBPA "likely will appeal" (S.F. CHRONICLE, 12/2). In S.F., C.W. Nevius writes that, "officially and with confidence, that the Warriors have hit rock bottom" (S.F. CHRONICLE, 12/2)....ABL CEO Gary Cavalli said that the league "isn't planning to move the Columbus franchise," but "wouldn't rule it out." Cavalli: "I'm encouraged and I'm optimistic about how things are going in Columbus. But at the same time, I've got a board of directors I have to answer to." Through seven home games, the Quest is averaging 2,834 fans -- 607 more fans than it did at this point last season (COLUMBUS DISPATCH, 11/30).