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Donald Carter, sole owner of the Mavericks since the team''s inception in ''80, said last night he is examining several recent offers to buy the team, according to this morning''s DALLAS MORNING NEWS.
Former NBA great Julius Erving said he is "excited" about Comcast''s recent acquisition of the Flyers, 76ers and two sports arenas in Philadelphia and that "he might end up with a piece of the deal,"
Talks between the city of Anaheim and The Walt Disney Co. continued Friday regarding Disney''s desire to purchase the Angels. City officials say the two parties have come up with a revised proposal wh
Despite poor weather, thousands of fans showed up at Baltimore''s Inner Harbor on Friday to hear Art Modell announce the name of his NFL team -- the Ravens, writes Mike Preston of the Baltimore SUN. T
Baltimore''s NFL team will announce a team name today at a press conference at the city''s Inner Harbor. It will "almost certainly" be Ravens, according to Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN. A phone-in
The Mets have sold 37,000 tickets for Monday''s opener (N.Y. TIMES, 3/29)....Phillies President Bill Giles said advance sales of under 30,000 for Monday''s opener against the Rockies were "not good" (
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Brewers President Bud Selig, interviewed in this morning''s MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, said he is determined to keep his team in Milwaukee but said it would be a mistake to believe they couldn''t be
New 76ers President Pat Croce has reportedly "zeroed in" on three prospective GM candidates: John Gabriel, Magic VP/Basketball Ops, Dave Wohl, Heat VP/Basketball Ops, and Mitch Kupchak, GM of the Lake
The Bucs are expected to give the Hillsborough County Commission another stadium deal to vote on Friday, according to this morning''s TAMPA TRIBUNE. If the board rejects this latest proposal, plans fo
The Hillsborough County Commission voted 5-2 yesterday to accept a deal that would keep the Bucs in Tampa, but they added 11 "major" changes that leave negotiators "without a mediator or much hope the