Quote of the Day

"Fans aren't stupid. They know when an organization is doing everything possible and when it's not. They probably wouldn't support us if we weren't working our butts off."
-- Flyers Chair Ed Snider, on trying to turn the organization around after missing the playoffs this season. (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 5/5)
Monday May 6, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 167 Print This Issue

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  • Fin-ished?

    Ross said Weatherford's decision to not put the issue before a vote was wrong

    Dolphins CEO Mike Dee yesterday said that team Owner Stephen Ross "would not invest any money" into Sun Life Stadium after the Florida legislature rejected a referendum bill to provide taxpayer support for $350M in renovations, according to Jim DeFede of WFOR-CBS. Dee said, “We cannot do this without a private-public partnership. ... At this time we have no intention of investing more.” Dee added that the team has “no plans to try and return to Tallahassee next year to renew their request,” since Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford “will still be the Speaker.” With the stadium “in decay, Dee raised the possibility the Dolphins may be forced to leave.” Dee: “I wouldn’t ...

  • Here To Stay

    T'Wolves Owner Glen Taylor pulls the team off the table.

  • Trying To Keep Pace

    The Pacers' Game 1 win over the Knicks tops the weekend NBA coverage.

  • In The Orb-it

    Kentucky Derby draws 150,000 plus for Orb's win; NBC gets best overnight rating since '92.

  • A Room With A View

    New images of the Warriors' proposed arena show it will have more views of the S.F. Bay.

  • A Puncher's Chance

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. remains a bright spot for a sport still struggling in the U.S.

  • In The Nick Of Time

    Dodgers, MLB close to revenue sharing deal after TWC contract.

  • No Laughing Matter

    Fox continues to make a strong push for FS1, including hiring TSN's Jay Onrait and Dan O'Toole.

  • A Celebration Of Life

    Tennis players, execs continue to fondly remember Brad Drewett.

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