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The Sixers announced that their season-ticket renewal rate is running at slightly over 90% for next season -- the highest since ''83. New season tickets are up 40% (76ers).
Former Knicks coach Pat Riley "was already laying the groundwork" to become the next Heat coach when he resigned over "philosophical differences" over control of the Knicks on June 15, according to th
Nashville Mayor Phil Bredesen told the TENNESSEAN that if the Oilers cannot decide on a move by October 20 -- the end of the two parties'' exclusive negotiating period -- all deals are off. Bredesen:
Because Bucs fans opposed permanent seat licenses to help fund a new stadium, the team may substitute a "ticket deposit" plan. Ken Koehn reports in the TAMPA TRIBUNE that the ticket deposits would be
Orlando developer Norton Herrick is seeking additional money from city and Orange County officials in his bid to bring baseball to Central FL. According to Lawrence Lebowitz in this morning''s ORLANDO
Even before the onset of fan apathy after the strike, the new ownership of the Padres was facing an uphill battle in building their fan base. As one of the so-called "small market" teams, the Padres a
Because sales of PSLs for the Raiders dropped below expectations, Raiders fans will likely get a chance to buy single game tickets without owning a PSL. However, the team expects to sell out the remai
Lawyers for the Oilers met with attorneys from the city of Houston and Harris County yesterday as U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes unsuccessfully tried to mediate a solution between the parties, accord
The Patriots have agreed to be available for today''s celebratory launch of Windows ''95 at Boston''s World Trade Center in exchange for some new software from Microsoft. The computer company will rep
The Knicks issued a statement yesterday denying they were "on the verge" of an agreement to allow the Heat to hire Pat Riley. A source told NEWSDAY''s Barbara Barker that the Knicks "have proof Riley