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NBA Kings Already Sold Out Of Luxury, Loft-Style Suites At Golden 1 CenterPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 07 / 15
The NBA Kings have already “sold all 82 of its luxury and ‘loft-style’ suites at the Golden 1 Center” more than a year before the arena is slated to open, according to Ryan Lillis of the SACRAMENTO BEE. Kings President Chris Granger said that the suites “are secured in ...
In Toronto, the SUN''s Craig Daniels notes although it is "taking longer than originally thought," Raptors VP Isiah Thomas is "still in line" to buy a majority share of the team (TORONTO SUN, 4/2)....
Boston-area computer and software exec Roger Marino, considered a "major player" by NHL execs and members of the league''s ownership board, wants to buy the Lightning, according to Roy Cummings in the
In an interview with the HARTFORD COURANT, Whalers Owner Peter Karmanos Tuesday "closed the door" on his team remaining in Hartford, according to Greg Garber in the HARTFORD COURANT. Karmanos, to the
The first year under new 76ers President Pat Croce is examined by Edward Moran in the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS under the header "Ticketed For Success At The Gate: Attendance Boom Shows That Sixers'' Pi
The effort to get an MLB team by North Carolina''s Triad area is examined by BUSINESS WEEK''s Justin Catanoso. There is "plenty of reason to suggest" the Triad, a region including Greensboro, Winston-
Despite her suspension from MLB, "exiled Reds CEO Marge Schott was at the center of Tuesday''s Opening Day festivities," according to Geoff Hobson of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. Hobson: "She hugged an el
An agreement yesterday between NBC and Cablevision "converted" NBC''s stakes in cable services owned by Cablevision''s Rainbow Programming Holdings "into 25 percent of Rainbow itself," according to Ri
In Boston, Peter May on Larry Bird saying he plans to return to basketball in a front office position: "In short, [Celtics Chair Paul] Gaston is the one in whose hands this whole matter lies. His judg
Delta Center officials are "protesting" UT''s process for determining sales taxes on the arena''s luxury suites, according to Sheila McCann in the SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. Arena and Jazz officials "are also
A group of Hartford business and political leaders "want to broker an agreement" with the Whalers to keep the team in a new arena in Hartford, according to Mike Swift of the HARTFORD COURANT. The grou