Quote of the Day

"I didn't ask for any of this 'Three to See' stuff. I thought the 'Three to See' was just in college."
-- WNBA Shock G Skylar Diggins, on the league promoting her and fellow rookies Elena Delle Donne and Brittney Griner. (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 6/2)
Monday June 3, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 185 Print This Issue

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  • Detroit Rock City

    Chevrolet Indy Dual organizers were pleased with the event

    The "general reaction" from this weekend's Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit was that it was a "tremendous success," according to Drew Sharp of the DETROIT FREE PRESS. Penske Corp. Senior VP and race Chair Bud Denker a year ago stood at the main exit and "apologized to fans for a calamitous afternoon of long delays and endless road repair." But Denker yesterday "thanked everyone for coming." He said, “It was a great show. The mood is 180 degrees different than what it was at this same time a year ago. The drivers loved the new layout. There was plenty of action, especially on the new straightaway. The aerial television views of Detroit were spectacular.” Sharp writes this year was "more about restoring confidence in the basic execu ...

  • On The Prowl

    Tiger Woods is closing in on a renewal with longtime sponsor Nike that will see him keep the title of golf's highest-paid endorser.

  • Power Play

    NBC scores with the Bruins-Penguins series, as Game 1 marks the net's best overnight for an NHL Conference Final game.

  • Marketing Moves

    GMR promotes Tyson Webber, creates new role for Greg Busch.

  • Daily Dose

    Yahoo named new partner for CSN Bay Area roundtable show.

  • Walk The Dinosaur

    Tim Leiweke continues his overhaul of MLSE, prying away reigning NBA Exec of the Year Masai Ujiri from the Nuggets.

  • Uncertain Future

    Hermann’s AD status “fluid” as top Rutgers execs explore ending relationship with her.

  • Skylar's The Limit?

    As WNBA pushes “3 To See,” columnist labels women's hoops a “chronic underachiever.”

  • Dollar For Dollar

    SEC, Big 12 set record distribution levels for ’11-12.

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