Quote of the Day

"I think you’re going to see a lot more feminine details on these really masculine men. The dichotomy of that has become very interesting to them. It’s a little interesting, but I think it’s what makes fashion in the NBA really fun."
-- Lucky Magazine Contributing Style Editor Lori Bergamotto, on the sartorial selections on several NBA stars during the postseason. ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 5/10)
Friday May 10, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 171 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A Hollywood Ending

    Hollywood Park opened in '38 and hosted two of the first four Breeders' Cup races

    Betfair Hollywood Park in a letter Thursday told the California Horse Racing Board it "won't seek 2014 racing dates and will close at the end of its fall meet Dec. 22," according to Tom LaMarra of BLOODHORSE.com. The facility has been "slated for closure and redevelopment for years," but the project had stalled ( BLOODHORSE.com, 5/9 ). In L.A., Aram Tolegian reports track owner The Stronach Group is "expected to turn it into a real estate and shopping development." Track President Jack Liebau said, "Ownership has been upfront from the beginning that the property would eventually be developed unless there were significant changes in the horse racing business. ... From an economic point of view, the land now simply has a higher and better u ...

  • Paradise Lost?

    Goodell wants Dolphins in Miami, but remains frustrated by failure of stadium renovation bill.

  • Surf's Up

    ESPN may subsidize mobile carriers for wireless-data plans.

  • Country Strong

    Bill Daly says the NHL is "proceeding under the assumption" it will participate in the Sochi Games.

  • Doctor's Orders

    Jack Ramsay's broadcast career likely over due to illness.

  • Home Of The Big Boys

    Iowa will stop scheduling FCS schools, but it may create an exception for Northern Iowa.

  • Down By The Bay

    Jeff Vinik shares his vision for the Lightning, downtown Tampa.

  • Looking For A Boost

    Front Row Motorsports is hoping a one-two finish at Talladega will catalyze the team's efforts to secure new sponsorships.

  • Digital Revolution

    Athletes developing apps as latest way to grow their brands.

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