Quote of the Day

"They’re not going to put you up on the screen with your clothes off. "
-- NFL Network’s Andrew Siciliano to Panthers LB Jon Beason, who is not in favor of the NFL installing cameras in home locker rooms. (“NFL Total Access,” NFLN, 4/3)
Thursday April 4, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 145 Print This Issue

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  • A Tale Of Two Cities

    Johnson (r) said he does not believe the NBA wants to relocate the Kings

    NBA Commissioner David Stern yesterday said the league needs "a lot more data and information" before it can decide whether the Kings move to Seattle or stay put, according to a front-page piece by Bizjak, Kasler & Lillis of the SACRAMENTO BEE. Following a "long day of closed-door presentations in a Manhattan hotel, where contingents from Sacramento and Seattle separately pitched their cases for ownership of the Kings franchise, NBA officials offered no timeline for deciding the fate of the franchise." Stern said both presentations were "extraordinary." But he added that the league wants "more details on publicly subsidized arena plans in both cities and how each side plans to deal with obstacles, including potential legal challenges." ...

  • Follow The Leaders

    Cubs' Ricketts, Bruins' Jacobs open Day Two of World Congress of Sports, while Harvey Schiller dishes stories on The Boss.

  • Call On Me

    Barclays Center inks two-year marketing deal with BlackBerry.

  • The Fifth Element

    Louisville insists it won't see a dime from the adidas-made, Kevin Ware-inspired warmups the team will don at the Final Four.

  • Scarlet Fever

    Is Rutgers AD Pernetti on the hot seat following Rice scandal?

  • Long Drive Contest

    Bubba Watson wants to add U.S. automaker to sponsor roster.

  • Don't Mess With Texas

    TMS President confirms the track will keep its six-shooters celebration coupled with the NRA title sponsorship deal.

  • Out With The Old

    Old Big East rebranding as American Athletic Conference; new logo still to come.

  • The Break Up

    Boras blindsided by Cano's decision to go with Jay-Z, CAA.

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