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NBA Free Agency Begins With Teams Spending Big Money, Largely To Keep PlayersPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 02 / 15
NBA free agency kicked off Wednesday with "plenty of lucrative deals without much player movement," and teams spent "freely as the league waded into a new era of inflated payrolls," according to Scott Cacciola of the N.Y. TIMES. The Cavaliers re-signed F Kevin Love to a five-year deal worth around $...
MLB writers, analysts and columnists gave their opinions on the owners vote and the impending labor peace. Here''s a round-up of some of the major markets. AWAY WE GO: In Atlanta, I.J. Rosenberg notes
MLB owners met in Chicago today and will "possibly vote for the second time" on a proposed labor agreement, according to Dave Van Dyck of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES. Owners rejected the proposed deal Novem
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NASCAR''s debut in Japan "turned out to be a relatively good show," according to Tom Higgins in the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. NASCAR has a contract with Suzuka Circuitland, which is about 250 miles from Tok
Officials from three New York-area NHL franchises recently discussed the league''s plans for expansion, according to Dan Wasserman of the Newark STAR-LEDGER. Islanders GM/Head Coach Mike Milbury: "The
The Toronto Argonaunts won the CFL Grey Cup over the Edmonton Eskimos before a sold-out 38,595 in Hamilton, Ontario. Earlier in the week, CFL Chair John Tory expressed "confidence" that the league''s
MLB owners will meet in Chicago Tuesday and ESPN''s Karl Ravech reported a source close to the talks "believes the sentiment is now strong enough" that owners will vote "in favor" of the proposed agre
Cities bidding for an NHL expansion franchise are profiled by Kevin Allen of USA TODAY. With 11 bids, the "prevailing wisdom is that the NHL will grow" to 30 teams, from 26, by 2000. The "most likely"
As host of MLB''s winter meetings from December 4-10, the Red Sox "have worked hard to change the way the meetings will be held, especially in terms of bringing fans into the activities," according to
NEWSDAY''s Shaun Powell examined minorities in sports in a two-part piece. He notes "despite progress on other levels, when it comes to ownership, blacks are still batting zero" (NEWSDAY, 11/14). ...U
Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig extended the deadline for reaching a new labor agreement, announcing management will continue to make "every effort" to reach a deal, according to Tom Haudricourt of