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Former NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter Files Suit Against Union, President Derek Fisher05 / 17 / 13
Former NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter sued the union and President Derek Fisher on Thursday “for defamation and breach of contract stemming from his dismissal,” according to Ken Berger of CBSSPORTS.com. The lawsuit, filed in California Superior Court in Oakland, alleges that Fisher and his p...
The APSL is set with seven teams for ''95 after owners accepted an application for a New York franchise, and the Ft. Lauderdale and L.A. teams withdrew from the league. The league will operate with fi
NBA Commissioner David Stern acknowledged that negotiations with the players union for a new CBA are "moving slowly." Stern, who has expressed hopes to have a deal by the All-Star break: "I don''t kno
The AHL''s first All-Star game since December 1959 takes place tonight at the Providence Civic Center, while the IHL plays its All-Star Game tomorrow in Las Vegas. The AHL game will be televised at 8:
MLB''s Executive Council has approved the recommendation of the Operating Committee on the guidelines for the use of replacement players. The directive asks the clubs to prepare for opening spring tra
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and NHLPA Exec Dir Bob Goodenow jointly announced Friday that the players had ratified the labor agreement by a majority vote and that the season would begin January 20.
Top prospect Jason Varitek, who was selected by the Mariners in last June''s amateur draft, "took a step yesterday that could lead to free agency for drafted amateur players." Varitek signed yesterday
Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner, who serves on MLB''s expansion committee, indicated that "optimism about expansion was warranted": "I told you [Acting MLB Commissioner Bud] Selig had it on a fast t
In a telephone interview, World Golf Tour Exec Dir John Montgomery Jr. said that he is trying to schedule the Tour''s inaugural event for next November, most likely to held in Japan and televised in t
Ottawa Rough Riders President Phil Kershaw announced yesterday that he has been negotiating for "about two weeks" with an out-of-town investor to buy the team from Bruce Firestone. Kershaw who current
The NHL and its players reached agreement on the "major items among the ''transitional issues'' that are still casting a shadow on today''s contract-ratification vote by the players," according to tod
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