Quote of the Day

"We will no longer have any practice anywhere, anytime that anybody couldn’t walk into and be pleased about what is going on in that environment."
-- New Rutgers AD Julie Hermann during her introduction yesterday. (Newark STAR-LEDGER, 5/16)
Thursday May 16, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 175 Print This Issue

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  • Conflict Resolution

    NBA BOG vote ends Hansen-led bid group's efforts to lure the Kings to Seattle

    The NBA BOG yesterday by a 22-8 vote "killed a 5-month-old deal" between the Maloofs and a group led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer to buy the Kings and move them to Seattle, meaning Sacramento is "keeping its Kings after all," according to a front-page piece by Kasler, Bizjak & Lillis of the SACRAMENTO BEE. The decision "represents a huge victory for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, who led the city's come-from-behind effort that seemed a few months ago to have little or no chance against a well-financed Seattle deal." NBA Commissioner David Stern following the vote said, "It was advantage incumbent. This wasn't an anti-Seattle vote, this was a pro-Sacramento vote." Kasler, Bizjak & Lillis report a "major issue remains unres ...

  • From Russia With Love

    NBC already at 75% capacity for Sochi Games ad inventory.

  • It's Official

    ESPN, USTA finalize 11-year Open deal for more than $770M.

  • Golden Ticket

    The USOC tallies a record $337.4M in total revenues for '12.

  • A Knight's Tale

    Julie Hermann joins Rutgers as fourth female AD on FBS level.

  • Threat Level Midnight

    Revolution fans claim the MLS club plays second fiddle to Patriots in Robert Kraft's mind.

  • Less Is More?

    IMS has a nearly 10% reduction in seating capacity since last year

  • The Dundy Award Goes To...

    Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. tops SI's "Fortunate 50" list for the second straight year.

  • The Mark Of A Leader

    THE DAILY looks back at IMG Founder Mark McCormack's death 10 years ago today.

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