Lakers Adjusting To Life Under Magic Regime 49ers' Paraag Marathe Opens Up About Role Cubs Using "That's Cub" As '17 Marketing Slogan Red Sox To Implement New Personnel Database Astros' Crane Continues To Increase Payroll Buss' Decision To Fire Her Brother Hits Home Lakers To Name NBA Agent Rob Pelinka GM Magic Named Lakers President Of Basketball Ops Wieters Latest Boras Client To Sign With Nats Ticket Prices Spike To See Jeter Honored
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."...
The Twins and MLB have decided to appeal a ruling by a Ramsey County (MN) district judge which order MLB and Twins officials, along with prospective Twins Owner Don Beaver, to answer questions from th
The MA Commission Against Discrimination issued what "it called the civil equivalent of an indictment" against the Red Sox stemming from a former employees'' claim of racial harassment by the team, ac
A day after sales talks with the Lightning "appeared to stall," Pistons Owner William Davidson''s group "made some inroads Thursday by receiving ''favorable response'' from a major creditor perhaps wi
New York Sports Ventures (NYSV), which recently completed its purchase of the Islanders, is involved in "serious discussions" to purchase the Nets for $150-200M and return the NBA team to Long Island,
Knicks VP/Public Relations Chris Weiller, who handles celebrity ticket requests, will "have plenty of power this weekend" as the Knicks host the Pacers for Games 3 and 4 of their playoff series, accor
While the debate continues over whether the Flyers should trade Eric Lindros, columnist Timothy Dwyer reports that both Lindros'' contract and the leases for many of the CoreStates Center''s luxury su
The Devil Rays "face their biggest test" this weekend when they host the Orioles for a three-game series -- not on the field but "in the stands," according to Peter Schmuck of the Baltimore SUN. The O
The Penguins once had projected a $5M loss for the ''97- 98 season as a "worst-case scenario," but team co-Owner Roger Marino said the team will incur higher losses, according to Dave Molinari of the
MLB: In Miami, columnist Greg Cote, on Marlins President Don Smiley''s plan to further reduce payroll in order to lure investors to his ownership group: "Smiley''s big problem is that his lousy team .
The Raiders'' ticket agency has sold "fewer than" 50 new PSLs so far in ''98, "a fraction of what the agency''s chief is hoping to sell to offset" a $16M loss for Oakland and Alameda County, according