Quote of the Day

"By no means does MSG tell me, or anyone tell me, what to say up there."
-- MSG Net analyst Wally Szczerbiak, on being accused of having limited freedom to speak his mind during Knicks broadcasts on the team-owned net. (NEWSDAY, 3/7)
Friday March 7, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 122 Print This Issue

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  • Fever Pitch

    Garber is aware of MLS' need to generate more revenue

    The '14 MLS season, which starts on Saturday, could be the league's "most highly anticipated campaign since David Beckham’s arrival" in '07, according to Brian Lewis of the N.Y. POST. MLS Commissioner Don Garber has "reiterated the league’s goals of becoming one of the world’s elite leagues -- both on the field and in the boardroom -- within eight years," and between "rapid expansion and an infusion of star power, the league is moving in that direction." Just "how far does MLS have to go to catch the rest of the world’s best leagues" by '22? And "what does it have to do to get there?" The answer "is simple: follow the money." There are "plenty of well-heeled investors lining up to buy in." But while MLS "has turned a ...

  • The Speed Of Sound

    IndyCar nearing a 10-year deal with Verizon to serve as its title sponsor.

  • Help Wanted

    Wolff seeks temporary ballpark in Bay Area as A's continue lease talks with O.co Coliseum.

  • The King's Speech

    LeBron James latest to speak out against sleeved jerseys.

  • Ain't No Easy Way Out

    Royal Caribbean publicly opposes PortMiami site for proposed MLS stadium.

  • False Idols?

    Puma uses "shrine-like displays" on Ash Wednesday to promote unveiling of Italy's World Cup kit.

  • Phone A Friend

    RSNs pressing MLB for streaming rights to local games.

  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

    Tony Stewart channels his inner Burt Reynolds in new Mobil 1 web series.

  • The Good Doctor

    Dr. Frank Jobe, inventor of Tommy John surgery, dies at 88.

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