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Lakers Adjusting To Magic Johnson Regime; Some Minority Execs Question Pelinka HirePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 23 / 17
A day after the Lakers overhauled their front office and named Magic Johnson President of Basketball Operations, players and coaches "tried to return to business as usual," but total normalcy "was impossible," according to Tania Ganguli of the L.A. TIMES. Coach Luke Walton said, "It’s tricky."...
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NBA: The Nets'' new owners said they "will sell" the team "unless they can move" from the Meadowlands to Newark. A source told the AP that after the 2000-01 season, the team "would only have to give"
The Blue Jays have "negotiated a one-year temporary lease" that will keep them in SkyDome, according to sources of MacDonald & Grange of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. The deal includes an option for a one
Patriots and CT officials "conceded" yesterday that "there would be huge shortfalls" in paying the payments associated with the state''s $350M financing of a new stadium project, according to Tina Cas
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