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Although the N.Y. POST has reported that the Jones New York founder Sidney Kimmel is interested in buying the Nets, a club official "steadfastly denied" that the franchise will be sold this week. Kimm
"The deal to bring the Raiders back to Oakland is a bargain compared with the amount of public money spent" in three other cities to lure NFL teams, writes Peter Fimrite in this morning''s S.F. CHRONI
The Knicks and Heat reached an agreement to settle the tampering accusations leveled by New York for Miami''s alleged interest in Pat Riley. The NBA announced Friday the Knicks will receive a first ro
Sunday marks the start of the NFL''s 76th season, with new teams in Jacksonville and Carolina, and two old teams in new cities -- the Rams in St. Louis and the Raiders returning to Oakland. Here''s a
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"Pat Riley believed he was going to be released from his obligations as Knicks coach in exchange for silence about his coaching plans" during the final stages of ITT''s purchase of the Garden, accordi
Nets President Jon Spoelstra, whose marketing programs helped the team set box-office records, resigned yesterday. In this morning''s N.Y. TIMES, Mike Wise reports that Spoelstra sometimes clashed "wi
The Pirates have given DC attorney Bart Fisher until next Wednesday to come up with the financing to complete a deal to buy the club, according to Mark Maske in this morning''s WASHINGTON POST. Fisher
The Jets, almost certain to move out of Winnipeg after this season, have seen their season-ticket base drop from 5,700 to 4,200, according to the CANADIAN PRESS. The team hopes that attendance will no
In Atlanta, Tim Tucker writes that those who work for the Braves or the Hawks "simply don''t know" what the Time Warner- Turner Broadcasting deal, "if done, might mean to the teams or to Turner''s inf
The Blue Jays are expected to lose money for an unprecedented second year in a row, while in Montreal, les Expos expect to turn a profit, according to Danny Gallagher in this morning''s GLOBE & MAIL.