Quote of the Day

"When I saw him, I gave him a hug and everybody was like, 'Really?' I don't care. They'll get over it."
-- Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy, on seeing NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell yesterday at the team's unofficial minicamp at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla. (ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 6/30)
Thursday June 30, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 202 Print This Issue

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  • Tick...Tick...Tick....

    NBA and NBAPA officials have begun meeting in N.Y. for the last bargaining session set before the current CBA expires at the end of the day today. The small group meeting includes NBA Commissioner David Stern, NBA Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver, Spurs Owner and Labor Relations Committee Chair Peter Holt and Knicks Owner James Dolan. The union's contingent includes NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter, union counsel Jeff Kessler, NBPA President Derek Fisher, Spurs F Matt Bonner and Wizards F Maurice Evans ( John Lombardo, SportsBusiness Journal ). In N.Y., Mitch Lawrence reports there seems to be "little chance that the owners decide to extend" the CBA beyond its expiration. No one involved in the negotiations "expects any more progre ...

  • Moving The Chains

    NFL owners and players rejoin CBA talks after lead negotiators make notable progress.

  • Force Out

    MLB reportedly plans to seek control of Dodgers.

  • Farmers' Market

    AEG selects Populous for work at L.A. Convention Center.

  • Making The Turn

    Callaway makes changes at the top amid disappointing results.

  • First Time's A Charm

    CWS officials deem the first tournament at Omaha's TD Ameritrade Park a success.

  • Austin Powers

    City Council's approval of F1 race clears the way for inaugural event in Austin.

  • Close To The End Zone?

    Significant progress made on new Vikings stadium deal.

  • Playing The Numbers

    IndyCar's Bernard says he will resign if ratings for season finale in Vegas are not strong.

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