SBD/Issue 156/Hot Reads
Published April 27, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
The LONDON TIMES' Page & Blakely write the controversy surrounding the Indian Premier League "is now calling into question not only the IPL’s future, but also India’s credibility as a host of international sporting events, as a place to do business and as an aspiring democratic superpower in Asia" (LONDON TIMES).
ESPN.com's J.A. Adande writes about NBA Commissioner David Stern's and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's approaches to player conduct, "Young athletic men brought up with a sense of entitlement in a society that objectifies women are going to make bad decisions … But how bad is too bad? It's a variable. And with variables come inconsistency, and sometimes even hypocrisy" (ESPN.com).
- NFL draftees must exercise economic caution despite big payday.
- Mets launch flurry of moves to honor the history of the franchise.
- Yum! Brands' Louisville arena deal came after five-year courtship.
- A brief history of the NBA's Jerry West-based silhouette logo.
- Mavs Owner Mark Cuban answers business-related questions.
- NHL Kings play-by-play man Bob Miller in 50th year as broadcaster.