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NBA Officially Pulls '17 ASG From Charlotte Over HB2; City Could Get Game In '19Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 22 / 16
The NBA on Thursday said that it is moving the '17 All-Star Weekend out of Charlotte "over concerns about the state's House Bill 2, in the latest and perhaps most high-profile fallout from the controversial law," according to a front-page piece by Peralta & Bonnell of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER.&nbs...
The NBA announced that veteran official Mike Mathis has pleaded guilty to a felony tax charge and has resigned from the league''s officiating staff. Mathis had been an NBA official since the ''76-77 s
THE DAILY concludes its profiles of NHL teams'' Winter Break activities. Today, the Northeast Division: BRUINS: "Skate with the Stars": Benefit for MA Youth Hockey where fans can skate with Bruins pla
The Commissioner Search Committee interviewed NL President Len Coleman (Hal Bodley, USA TODAY, 2/20)....In S.F., Glenn Dickey looks at further baseball expansion, and suggests that instead of going to
Noting the recent refusal of some NBA players to play in Toronto due largely to the high personal income-tax rate, Raptors GM Glen Grunwald told the TORONTO STAR''s Jim Byers that "the NBA has okayed
The repositioning of the PBA Tour was examined by CNBC''s Mike Hegedus on "Market Wrap." A new marketing plan is "aimed at redefining bowling as a sport and a business." The Marquee Group now handles
The NHL''s Winter Break ''98 is examined in USA TODAY''s "In Focus" section as Sandee Richardson writes, "For some, the break is an opportunity to heal," while the member teams use the time to take pa
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The CBA Board of Directors approved Trenton, NJ, as an expansion city for the ''99-2000 season. A Trenton team will be owned and operated by Caliper Sports & Associates, led by Dr. Herbert Greenberg.
An Oakland jury ruled yesterday in the case brought against MLBP by former players that the players "had been underpaid on sales of limited-issue cards and other keepsakes," which is "believed to be t
THE DAILY continues its profile of the activities of NHL teams during Winter Break ''98 with the Atlantic Div: PANTHERS: Host "Waiter, There''s a Puck in My Soup," black-tie dinner at Boca Raton Resor
At the conclusion of the Latrell Sprewell hearing, Carl Steward in Oakland wrote, "I believe [arbitrator John] Feerick will rule for Sprewell, at least to the degree that the penalty is reduced to tim