Quote of the Day

"Anybody who thinks a layup line is disrespectful, hasn't watched an NBA game. We've got people shooting half-court shots at every break, we've got kids for ball boys. ... We're entertainment. And if they're so self-important they can't recognize that, it's on them. Not me."
-- Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban, on criticism the team received for how it chose to honor Tony Romo. (ESPN.com, 4/11)
Wednesday April 12, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 149 Print This Issue

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  • Bigger Fish To Fry

    Samson said several factors might play a role in Loria’s willingness to entertain offers

    Marlins President David Samson yesterday confirmed that "discussions with multiple parties interested in buying" the club are ongoing, and he "would not be shocked if the team had a new owner by the end of the season," according to Andre Fernandez of the MIAMI HERALD. Samson: "We’re in the fourth inning right now. We’ve never gotten past the second inning before, so it’s further than we’ve been, but a lot can still happen.” Samson said of Jeffrey Loria possibly selling the club, "Maybe it’s time, but you don’t know for sure. You’re willing to listen. ... It feels different this time.” Samson said that "several factors might be playing a role in Loria’s willingness to entertain ...

  • School's Out?

    The NFL Cardinals are shopping stadium naming rights, but the Univ. of Phoenix could stay.

  • Peachtree House

    Atlanta United FC officially opens its $60M, 33-acre campus in Marietta.

  • Punching The Clock

    Ticketmaster hires industry vet Greg Economou to a new role.

  • Holiday In

    MLB unveils its lineup of special gear to be worn during holiday and jewel event weekends.

  • New Dog, Old Tricks

    T'Wolves unveil franchise's new logo that has a familiar touch.

  • The Great Outdoors

    Camping World replaces Russell Athletic for bowl game.

  • Shark Week Returns

    Greg Norman's Shark Shootout gets a new title sponsor in insurer QBE.

  • Talkin' Bout Practice

    76ers' e-sports franchise strikes streaming deal with Facebook.

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