Quote of the Day

"When I was young and played football briefly, there were a couple times where I'm sure that that ringing sensation in my head and the needing to sit down for a while might have been a mild concussion, and at the time you didn't think anything of it."
-- President Obama, on the changing culture regarding concussions in sports. (THEHILL.com, 5/29)
Friday May 30, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 182 Print This Issue

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  • Breaking The Bank

    Mrs. Sterling said her husband was not capable of making the decision to sell

    Clippers co-Owner Rochelle Sterling has "agreed to sell the team" to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2B after asserting that she "is acting as the sole trustee" of the family's trust, according to John Cherwa of the L.A. TIMES. Sterling announced the deal in a release that contained "no mention” of Donald Sterling. His attorneys have insisted that he "needs a final sign-off before the team can be sold." However, Rochelle Sterling has said that Donald was "not capable of making the decision to sell the team." Cherwa reports the negotiated sale now will “move to the NBA for approval." Ballmer "bid higher" than competitors that included L.A.-based investors Tony Ressler and Bruce Karsh and a group that included DreamWo ...

  • What's The Holdup?

    NFLPA's Smith calls out Goodell for delaying Irsay punishment.

  • Presidential Support

    White House hosts sports concussion summit, where Obama urges for culture change.

  • Flying North For The Summer?

    The Blue Jays are struggling to fill seats at Rogers Centre despite a recent nine-game winning streak.

  • California Love

    Officials are predicting a sellout for the Belmont Stakes as California Chrome goes for the Triple Crown.

  • Buffalo Stampede

    Bills see boost in season-ticket sales amid stadium upgrades.

  • Golden Goal

    With the World Cup set on the horizon, Pele is trying to striking it rich with his brand.

  • Reaching The Summit

    Success of Twitter Amplify, improving consumer engagement highlight '14 IAS.

  • To Health & Happiness

    Ed Snider "doing well" after finishing chemotherapy.

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