Quote of the Day

"We haven't seen anything close to this since the glory years, back when we had a waiting list."
-- NBA Kings PR Dir Chris Clark, on the spike in season-ticket sales since the announcement the team will stay in Sacramento. (SACRAMENTO BEE, 5/21)
Tuesday May 21, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 178 Print This Issue

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  • Light My Fire

    Levine, Garber and Soriano (l to r) today announced MLS' 20th team

    MLS this morning announced New York City FC, a partnership between EPL club Manchester City and the Yankees, will begin play in '15 as the league's 20th team. The club will begin play in an interim venue since it has yet to complete a deal for a new, soccer-specific stadium. MLS for the last year has been in discussions with N.Y. reps for property in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens. The league will continue those discussions for the Queens site while exploring others in N.Y. The cost of the expansion franchise is approximately $100M, a new high for MLS. The league was advised in the deal by The Raine Group Founder & Partner Joe Ravitch. The Yankees and Man City have an existing relationship through Legends Hospitality. “We ...

  • Break On Through

    Santa Clara, Houston odds-on favorites to win votes for Super Bowls L, LI.

  • Strange Days

    Moving Draft to May would expand NFL's year-long reach.

  • This Is The End?

    Bruton Smith says there is a 70/30 chance Charlotte's fall Sprint Cup race will move to Vegas.

  • Roadhouse Blues

    Colangelo staying with Raptors, but gives up GM duties.

  • Runnin' Blue

    The Univ. of Michigan plans to honor its apparel contract with adidas through '16-17.

  • Love Me Two Times

    NBA Kings fans renewing season tickets in record numbers.

  • Hello, I Love You

    Baltimore hopes to become semi-permanent home of NCAA lacrosse championships.

  • Take It As It Comes

    PGATour.com set to debut a new behind-the-scenes series on the Univ. of Washington golf team.

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