Quote of the Day

"It looks like it could have been worn on Soviet Union uniforms in basketball in the 1940s. I expected more from Jay-Z."
-- ESPN's Tony Kornheiser, on the Nets' new black and white logos. ("PTI," ESPN, 4/30)
Tuesday May 1, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 164 Print This Issue

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  • The Envelope Please....

    Tafoya wins Sports Emmy in the Sports Reporter category

    NBC walked away with nine Sports Emmy awards last night, the most by any network. NBC won big for its NFL coverage, which took home honors in six categories: Live Sports Series, Playoff Coverage, Sports Event Analyst (Cris Collinsworth), Studio Host (Bob Costas), Sports Reporter (Michele Tafoya) and Production Design/Art Direction. ESPN finished second with six statues, including three for "Outside the Lines" -- Short Feature, Long Feature and Edited Sports Special. Fox won five awards, including four for its MLB coverage (Live Sports Special, Play-by-Play for Joe Buck, Technical Team Remote and Live Event Audio Sound). TNT's "Inside the NBA" took home four statues, including a win for Charles Barkley as top studio analyst. " ...

  • True Colors

    Jay-Z helped convince the Nets to adopt a “simple, yet timeless" style for logos, color scheme.

  • Underneath It All

    Under Armour tabs Cam Newton to market Boxerjock line.

  • Flying High

    X Games adds to '13 calendar with a stop in South America, two in Europe.

  • Beat The Press?

    Woods' social media session catches heat; columnist likens Tiger to a "hostage" in video.

  • Crosstown Traffic

    A potential change in scheduling could mean the end of the current Mets-Yanks home-and-home set-up.

  • Round & Round It Goes

    IndyCar again seeking new organizer for Baltimore GP.

  • Out Of Hibernation

    The AHL sees attendance increase of nearly 5%; Hershey Bears lead all teams at the turnstiles.

  • The Crown Jewels

    Helzberg Diamonds to sponsor Gemologist's jockey in Kentucky Derby.

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