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    Pin Stripes
    Reebok shareholders approve adidas takeover one day after go-ahead from EU regulators.

    Ski Conditions
    Lack of deal for indoor mountain at Xanadu threatens complex’ opening.

    Lay Your Hands On Me
    AFL using famous owners in ad campaign to promote 20th season and ArenaBowl XX in Las Vegas.

    Dating Game
    Houston’s MLS franchise makes “1836” –- the date of city’s founding –- the team’s name.

    Buffalo Nickel
    Bills up ticket prices despite lackluster season.

    Ribbon In The Sky
    D’Backs call new $3.3M, full- color LED board largest in MLB.

    Counting Cards
    AOL inks brand integration deal on GSN’s Blackjack series.

    Abbey Road
    Charlotte-area college offering business-based motorsports degree.

    Hitting The High Notes
    THE DAILY goes one-on-one with MetroStars President & GM Alexi Lalas.

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    Thomas (r), Ignoring Advice Of Attorney, Meets
    Media To Refute Sexual Harassment Allegations
    Against the advice of his legal counsel, Knicks President Isiah Thomas met the media to deny allegations of sexual harassment brought against him by former team exec Anucha Browne Sanders. Thomas’ press conference came shortly after Browne Sanders spoke with the press, and the war of words dominates the news media today in N.Y. Some columnists are writing that the situation may be the impetus for Jim Dolan to dismiss Thomas, but one writes the “fact that the organization is standing behind Thomas supports the theory that Dolan has no plans to either fire Thomas or ask for his resignation."

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    “He might not be quite as good looking as maybe a Tom Brady type, but certainly with that bald head he could get some Rogaine commercials.”

    — Pickett Advertising Exec Creative Dir Bob Dorfman, on the marketability of Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck (USA TODAY, 1/26).

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