SBD/Issue 175/Hot Reads
Published May 24, 2010
Monday, May 22, 2010
The New Orleans TIMES-PICAYUNE's Jimmy Smith writes prospective Hornets Owner Gary Chouest "remains the richest man in Louisiana that nobody knows." He is a "quiet, philanthropic individual with an unabated love for the game of basketball" (New Orleans TIMES-PICAYUNE).
In a front-page piece for the WASHINGTON POST, Michael Wilbon writes, "The arrival, almost all at once, of Donovan McNabb with the Redskins, Stephen Strasburg with the Nationals and presumably John Wall with the Wizards, to join Alex Ovechkin with the Capitals would seem to guarantee us at least one – if not three or four – bona fide stars. … This is entirely new territory for
On Possible Conference Realignment:
- How would possible Big Ten expansion affect Big East football?
- Will Boise State move to a more prominent football league?
- Would move to mega-conference be good for Miami Univ. (OH)?
- How will Association of American Universities affect expansion?
- Former MLB Commissioner Fay Vincent derides doping in sports.
- Price of TV rights is problematic for FIFA World Cup broadcasters.
- IRS audits of colleges, universities may delve into salaries of coaches.
- NFL players face unhealthy system for treatment of injuries.
- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recalls father's principled politics.
- FIFA World Cup trophy has a convoluted and fascinating history.
- Q&A with WNBA
Sky President Margaret Stender. Chicago
- Basketball HOFer Bill Walton has had a litany of surgeries.