Quote of the Day

"I know I'd rather be going second in this situation"
-- Univ. of Chicago economics professor Allen Sanderson, on the NBA's labor showdown coming after the NFL's CBA expires. (NEWSDAY, 3/1)
Tuesday March 1, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 117 Print This Issue

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  • The Last Stand?

    Fans brought signs to last night's game to show support for Kings

    Kings fans turned out for last night's game against the Clippers to "give their full-throated endorsement of keeping the beleaguered NBA franchise in town," chanting "Here we stay" and "Not L.A.!" according to Peter Hecht of the SACRAMENTO BEE. Kings Owners the Maloofs are "pondering a move to Anaheim," but Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson said that last night's sellout crowd was "evidence that the capital city is not giving up and simply letting its NBA team leave town." Johnson: "Tonight's sellout shows just how much we care about the Kings and want them to stay right here in Sacramento." Officials with the mayor's office said that Johnson "hopes to meet with Kings' owners this week." The mayor's office "has been contacting civic leaders in ...

  • Desperation Heave

    Latest mediation attempt between NFL, union begins today in DC.

  • Not Easy Being Green

    Jets to cut football staff's salaries if lockout occurs.

  • Campus Clash

    ESPN questioning new C-USA/Fox deal, claiming it had "right to match any offer."

  • Bottle Toss

    Labatt asks court to throw out NHL/Molson Coors deal.

  • Mr. Smith Goes To Baltimore

    Orioles hosting first Spring Training game at renovated Ed Smith Stadium.

  • You Better Recognize

    MLS' Garber says league has "earned a lot more" time on "SportsCenter" than it gets.

  • American Saturday Night

    Brad Paisley headlining June concert at Progressive Field.

  • Getting Dicey

    Attorney for ESPN's Bryant claims race a factor in arrest.

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