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Louisiana Gov. To Speak With Silver To Discuss New Orleans Hosting '17 NBA All-Star GamePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 25 / 16
Louisiana state officials said that Gov. John Bel Edwards is scheduled to speak with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver this week regarding the '17 NBA All-Star Game "possibly coming to New Orleans," according to John Reid of the New Orleans TIMES-PICAYUNE. Sources said that New Orleans "remains the ...
CFL Acting Commissioner John Tory "gave the league''s board of governors his notice" on Friday and said he plans to step down from his post "no later than" November 22, the date of the ''98 Grey Cup,
Though the quality of CBA players "has never been higher, there are reminders that in other ways CBA players are light years from their brethren in the NBA," with the "most obvious ... on the bottom l
Reaction continues to John Feerick''s decision on Latrell Sprewell. A national sampling follows: FROM THE SPORTS PAGE: In Philadelphia, Bill Lyon calls Feerick''s decision "dreadfully wrongheaded ...
With no members of the U.S. men''s Olympic hockey team coming forward and claiming responsibility for the room vandalism in Nagano, the USOC is "expected to sanction the entire team next week," accord
There are "rumblings" around the PGA Tour that a Vienna-based group known as the International Professional Golfers Association (IPGA) is "offering millions of dollars" to pro golfers based on their p
John Feerick''s decision to reduce Latrell Sprewell''s punishment for choking P.J. Carlesimo "did nothing to suggest that the pendulum of power in the league has swung away from the [NBA] commissioner
The impact of Feerick''s ruling on the power of NBA Commissioner David Stern is widely debated today. STERN''S POWER CURBED? In N.Y., Mitch Lawrence calls the ruling an "enormous setback to the curren
Reaction was mixed to Feerick''s decision. The following is a sampling from national markets: A UNION WIN? In N.Y., Selena Roberts writes of a "general feeling of victory from the union" (N.Y. TIMES,
Casey Martin''s participation in the Nike Tour''s Greater Austin Open (GAO), which begins today, has tournament officials expecting crowds of 20,000 on Saturday and Sunday, "based on advance ticket sa
Citing the "issue of fairness," arbitrator John Feerick yesterday reduced Latrell Sprewell''s one-year ban from the NBA by five months and reinstated his contract with the Warriors, according to Greg