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Bucks President Threatens Relocation If Deal For New Arena Can't Be ReachedPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 07 / 15
Bucks President Peter Feigin yesterday during a hearing with the Wisconsin state legislature's joint finance committee said that if the team does not get a proposed $500M arena, the NBA "will force a sale of the team and move the franchise to Seattle or Las Vegas," according to Jason Stein of the MI...
In an attempt to help IHL Aeros Owners Chuck Watson and Robert McNair obtain an NHL expansion franchise, Houston Mayor Bob Lanier "is considering building a downtown arena without the Rockets as part
Reds Managing Partner John Allen said "he expects a new ballpark for the team to cost roughly $230 million," according to Lucy May in the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. This is "the first time the Reds have pro
Miami commissioners on Monday agreed to Metro-Dade''s offer of $97M to lease waterfront land for a new arena for the Heat, but added conditions "that could hang up the deal." Among the conditions: the
The Charlotte City Council has "instructed the city manager to try to negotiate a new lease that would tie" the Hornets to the Coliseum, according to Ames Alexander in the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. Hornets
The Tigers have dropped a "design-build" strategy for the construction of their new ballpark by "abandoning" their plan to have Detroit-based contractor Walbridge Aldinger "manage the entire process,"
MN Gov. Arne Carlson said "he is convinced the Twins will be sold and moved unless the Legislature acts quickly," and announced "that he will call a special session in September to consider a stadium-
The NHL Panthers have "prevailed again" in federal court and will be able to play at the Miami Arena "without interruption" until their Broward arena opens in ''98, according to Larry Lebowitz of the
The Seahawks future "may be court battles and protracted rancor if voters defeat Paul Allen''s plan to raze the Kingdome and build the football team a new stadium complex," according to Ed Penhale of
In Toronto, the SUN''s Craig Daniels notes "if the Leafs and Raptors don''t agree on a joint facility, [Isiah] Thomas'' purchase goes ahead anyway. ... The purchase will go ahead, even if Thomas has t
Denver''s six-county stadium site commission Wednesday "narrowed" the possible sites for a new Broncos stadium to the Denver Sports Complex and a 100-acre location at the old Stapleton Airport (DENVER