Quote of the Day

"I want to make it clear that you guys were lied to earlier."
-- NBPA President and Lakers G Derek Fisher, addressing a group of reporters following a press conference by NBA Deputy Commissioner & COO Adam Silver and Spurs Owner Peter Holt on why the CBA talks had broken down. (Mult., 10/21)
Friday October 21, 2011 Vol. 18 — No. 30 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Golden Goal

    Sources said Fox will pay $450-500M for World Cup rights in '18 and '22

    The FIFA World Cup will have two new U.S. TV partners in '18 and '22, with several sources saying that Fox and Telemundo will pick up the broadcast rights. Sources said Fox has agreed to pay $450-500M for the English-language rights to the next two events, scheduled for Russia and Qatar.

  • Poison Pill

    Trail Blazers' Paul Allen plays bad guy in collapsed NBA labor talks.

  • Timely Hit

    Fox wins primetime behind WS Game 2 with 10.0 overnight.

  • Bills Of Service

    The Bills hire Populous to explore what could be a $100M-plus renovation to Ralph Wilson Stadium.

  • Welcome Back

    NFL hits London again amid some buzz but no sellout.

  • Separate Tee Times

    Rory McIlroy surprises the golf world by leaving longtime agent Chubby Chandler.

  • Making Moves

    NFL shakes up owner committee heads; Texans' Robert McNair takes over finance.

  • Modern Family

    NHL inks more than $50M deal with Modern Times Group to air games in Scandinavia.

  • Setting The Pace

    Oklahoma's win over FSU stands as highest-rated college football game midway through the season.

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