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09/20/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

With the team''s "poor attendance" in ''95 and a modest TV deal, David Shoalts of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL examines the Whalers financial situation, adding the club "can''t avoid the appearance of a t

Tags: Detroit Lions, Franchises, Minnesota Twins, MLS, New Orleans Saints, NHL, Oakland Athletics, Oakland Raiders

09/19/96
WAYNE'S WORLD TO GET A BIT BIGGER IN IPO FOR PANTHERS

Panthers Owner Wayne Huizenga yesterday filed plans with the SEC for permission to sell 49% of the team, by allowing shares to be traded publicly, according to Larry Lebowitz of the Fort Lauderdale SU

Tags: Franchises

09/19/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

As of late yesterday afternoon, 11,000 tickets remained for the Bears-Lions game Sunday at the Silverdome (DETROIT NEWS, 9/19)....Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer will pay to cost to renovate his private box

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, ESPN, Franchises, MLB, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

09/19/96
HOLT UPS STAKE IN SPURS: REPLACES GAYLORD AS TOP INVESTOR

Spurs Chair Peter Holt, who in June bought out USAA''s 13.37% share in the franchise, has replaced Oklahoma City-based Gaylord Properties Inc. as the club''s largest investor after purchasing the thei

Tags: Franchises, San Antonio Spurs

09/19/96
TAMPA OWNERS SEARCHING FOR FINANCIAL LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE

Kokusai Green, the Japan-based development company that owns the Lightning, is trying to sell "up to" 49% of its share in the franchise, according to Joe Henderson of the TAMPA TRIBUNE. Lightning Pres

Tags: Franchises, Palace Sports & Entertainment, Tampa Bay Lightning

09/18/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

The N.Y. POST examines new Nets Coach John Calipari''s efforts to sell and promote the team. Calipari: "We''ve been losing a long time. I''ve got to change a culture, which means some drastic things"

Tags: Boston Celtics, ESPN, Franchises, Kansas City Royals, Brooklyn Nets, Pittsburgh Pirates, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

09/18/96
NBA SALARY CAP EXAMINED BY STAR-LEDGER

Noting the NBA''s "new economic order has begun to take shape," Dan Wasserman of the Newark STAR-LEDGER examines the ins- and-outs of the NBA salary cap and how "savvy GMs" are able to "tip the salary

Tags: Franchises, NBA

09/18/96
HAWKS SOARING; WARRIORS FANS DON'T KNOW THE WAY TO SAN JOSE

The "slide" in Hawks ticket sales has been "stemmed," with the team having already exceeded last year''s sales advance six weeks before the start of their ''97, according to Jeffrey Denberg of the ATL

Tags: Atlanta Hawks, Franchises, Golden State Warriors, Time Warner

09/17/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

Twins Owner Carl Pohlad, on rumors that a group led by Kirby Puckett is interested in buying 1/3 of the club: "Puckett will be associated with our family. But as for ownership, we don''t know anything

Tags: Franchises, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota Twins

09/17/96
DID CHANGING SPORTS FRONTIER FORCE BRONCOS MARKETING HAND?

The Broncos hiring of VP/Operations David Wass to handle marketing and stadium issues signals the team''s "belated arrival in the 1990''s" and sends a message they are "ready to get serious" and "get

Tags: Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rockies, Denver Broncos, Denver Nuggets, Franchises

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