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Former Player Claims WNBA A "Survival League" With "Very Harmful Culture"Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 21 / 17
Former WNBAer Candice Wiggins “described what she said was a ‘very, very harmful’ culture” in the league -- one in which she “contends she was bullied throughout her eight-year career,” according to Tod Leonard of the SAN DIEGO UNON-TRIBUNE. Wiggins also described...
The NHL''s average attendance through last Friday (121 games) has increased 1% to 15,872 from 15,697 over the same period last year, according ot David Shoalts of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. The Capital
The NFL "confirmed" that it will raise ticket prices for Super Bowl XXXIII to $400 for club seats and suites and $325 for most seats, which is $50 more than last season''s game and $125 more than Supe
In the wake of the NBA lockout, the ABL comes "into the void ... uniquely poised to winnow some minor benefit from the chaff of NBA acrimony," according to Mike Monroe of the DENVER POST. ABL CEO Gary
NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter said yesterday in a conference call that he doesn''t "expect the NBA season to begin until January -- if at all -- because of the owners'' lockout and current bargaining pos
The USGA "made good on its pledge to place regulations that will rein in the length golfers will be able to hit the ball with new technology that comes on the market," according to Ed Sherman of the C
The NHL has an "opportunity" to reach more fans during the NBA lockout, according to Joe Lapointe of the N.Y. TIMES. Lapointe: "Will television cameras find the celebrity basketball buffs Spike Lee an
Headlines in Sunday''s Sports sections of the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION and the HARTFORD COURANT asked, "What''s Wrong With The NFL?" In Atlanta, Len Pasquarelli wrote that fans "are expressing their displ
"Fox NFL Sunday" host James Brown reported yesterday that the NFL "is so desperate to get a team in Los Angeles that they will rip up their own timetable to decide on the franchise and give the two L.
CBA talks between the NBA and its players union could resume "as soon as Wednesday," according to Phil Jasner of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS. Attorneys for the league and the NBPA were to "meet today
FAME''s David Falk plans to take a "more proactive role in ending the lockout," according to Mike Wise of the N.Y. TIMES. Wise: "It remains to be seen whether his presence will be divisive or helpful.