Quote of the Day

"I don't want to sound like
a prima donna. But if companies want to come out here and be a part of what I have going on, they're going to have to come
to Oklahoma City.

-- Thunder F Kevin Durant, on potential sponsors (DAILY OKLAHOMAN, 11/9).

Tuesday November 9, 2010 Vol. 17 — No. 42 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • McIlroy To Play Mainly In Europe In '11

    Rory McIlroy may be the next big thing on the global golf landscape, but U.S. fans will not have as many opportunities to watch him play as the 21-year-old will not renew his PGA Tour card next season. McIlroy says he will “play 11 or 12” tournaments in the States, but he joins world No. 1 Lee Westwood and most likely ’10 PGA Championship winner Martin Kaymer in not seeking his tour card for the American circuit. The trend of top European talent playing the majority of their schedule on their home continent could have some large ramifications for the PGA Tour. With Tiger and Phil struggling as Tim Finchem is about to open TV talks, the loss of enthusiasm that McIlroy et al bring to the course could harm the PGA Tour’s coffers.

  • It's A Walkoff
    ESPN says goodbye to Jon Miller and Joe Morgan from the "Sunday Night Baseball" booth after more than 20 years together.

    Chelsea Peers 
    EPL club evaluating a move from legendary Stamford Bridge to a bigger stadium site nearby.

    Can't Touch This
    Maloofs again publicly shoot down rumors of Kings sale, this time to Microsoft's Steve Ballmer.

    So Here's The Plan 
    With World Cup and Olympics around the corner, IMG forms a joint venture with EBX Group to develop sports businesses in Brazil.

    The More We Get Together
    Under Armour-Brady deal gives the growing brand the QB it desired, and the Patriots star a potentially lucrative chunk of the business.

    A Lose-Lose Situation  
    Cowboys mishap turned team website into a generic page just hours before eventful Monday.

    You'll Fit Right In
    The L.A. TIMES says AEG has edge in stadium battle because Phil Anschutz "is the NFL's kind of guy," while rival Ed Roski "is not."

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