Quote of the Day

"As long as we’re relevant and people are thinking about us, that’s the best part."
-- Yankees President Randy Levine, on trades and signings during the offseason making the team more exciting. (NEWSDAY, 12/28)
Thursday December 28, 2017 Vol. 24 — No. 77 Print This Issue

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  • Out On The Town

    "City Edition" uniforms made for the Warriors pay tribute to the Bay Area's Chinese culture

    The NBA new Nike "City Edition" uniforms are "like nothing the league, nor pro sports, has seen before," according to A.J. Neuharth-Keusch of USA TODAY. The majority of the new uniforms were unveiled yesterday, and each version "dives deep into city and team culture, referencing everything from monuments to franchise legends, to shed light on what makes one organization different from the next." Nike designers "worked directly with the league and each NBA team, with the objective of 'owning' both franchise and city pride in mind." Nike Senior Graphic Designer Elesban Montoya: "We felt like we had to define the fabric of the city. Every detail on that uniform truly became a reflection of what their narrative was to be." Neuharth-Keusch ...

  • Faces In The Franchise

    Nike goes to top endorsers Kobe, LeBron to help design City Edition jerseys for Lakers, Cavs.

  • A Year For The Books

    NFL captured headlines in 2017, but not for the best reasons.

  • No Trouble In River City

    Jaguars officially sell out first home playoff game since '00.

  • Big Blue Dilemma

    Kentucky fans on Friday must choose between the Music City Bowl, annual Louisville hoops game.

  • Come And See The Show

    Giancarlo Stanton's move to the Bronx is already causing a jump in Yankees ticket sales.

  • Check Your Steps

    Fitbit signs three-year deal to title sponsor Miami Marathon.

  • Net Gains

    Steph Curry uses new Under Armour kicks to support charity.

  • Uncharted Territory

    Could Becky Bonner become the NBA's first female GM?

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