Quote of the Day

"This is the stuff that matters and this is the stuff that can actually move the needle when it comes to impacting the next generation."
-- Warriors G Stephen Curry, on taking action in communities to make a difference rather than kneeling during the national anthem. (USA TODAY, 10/17)
Tuesday October 17, 2017 Vol. 24 — No. 27 Print This Issue

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  • Long May He Reign

    Cavaliers F LeBron James is by far the NBA’s most marketable player, finishing comfortably ahead of Warriors G Stephen Curry, according to a survey of sports business execs, analysts and media members conducted by THE DAILY. Thunder G Russell Westbrook, Warriors F Kevin Durant and Rockets G James Harden round out the top five, with all five athletes featured in visible campaigns for big national brands. The gap between the top two spots and the rest of the field was significant. Meanwhile, four members from the defending champion Warriors were able to crack into the top 10. Bruin Sports Capital Partner David Abrutyn said, “There is a younger stable of next generation superstars that will no doubt break into this list in th ...

  • Taking A Different Approach

    The NBA season tips after an offseason that saw teams try to keep up with the Warriors.

  • Yard Marker

    Colts-Titans among ESPN's lowest "MNF" ratings.

  • It's Now Or Never

    The Crew want a downtown Columbus stadium, or they likely will move to Austin.

  • Turtle Wax

    Maryland AD taking six-month sabbatical for unclear reason.

  • Home Bodies

    Jags, Ravens seeing declining attendance -- is it due more to protests or poor play?

  • Snowball Effect

    Salt Lake City takes step closer to '26 or '30 Winter Games bid.

  • Back In The Booth

    Ed Olczyk in booth for two games this week amid chemo treatment.

  • Not The Warmest Welcome

    Barstool Sports' association with ESPN is already ruffling some feathers in Bristol.

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