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Coyotes Analyst Placed On Leave Of Absence After Arrest In BuffaloPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on
Police sources said that Coyotes radio analyst Nick Boynton last night "went on a drunken rampage at the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino, pushing patrons, calling women vulgar names and fighting with officers." Boynton, who was in town for tonight's Coyotes-Sabres games, then "landed in the city ...
South Korea and Japan, the two contenders to stage the 2002 World Cup, were told Friday to co-host the event, according to the FINANCIAL TIMES. The "unprecedented decision" forces the two historically
NBA officials "reportedly are privately talking about a lockout this summer," according to Sam Smith of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE, because the CBA approved by the players last September was never signed. Bu
MLB''s weekend action was dominated by coverage of the Indians-Brewers series, where a bench-clearing ball followed Albert Belle''s throwing of a forearm into Brewers 2B Fernando Vina while running ou
The AL announced it will not pursue the latest matter involving Indians'' OF Albert Belle -- in which he allegedly cursed out a Ranger fan and would not trade an autographed ball for the homerun ball
The "bitter feud" between South Korea and Japan to host the 2002 World Cup is "slated to reach a climax tomorrow" when FIFA officials make a final vote in Zurich, according to Willis Witter of the WAS
In the aftermath of the Indianapolis 500 and U.S. 500, ESPN''s "Outside the Lines" examined the ongoing "feud" between the IRL and CART from the perspective of fans, corporate sponsors, circuit execut
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said if Houston can obtain a stadium package guaranteeing at least $70M in annual revenue, the city "will likely" get another NFL franchise, according to this morning''
After this season, MLB may move its draft, traditionally held in June, to July in order to allow better scouting of players and more publicity (BASEBALL AMERICA, 6/10 issue)....Ten of the 11 teams in
Auto racing writers and columnists reviewed the IRL''s Indy 500 and CART''s U.S. 500. Here''s a sampling: WHO WON: The N.Y. TIMES'' Joseph Siano notes if there was a winner, "it was probably" IRL Pres
"After months of hype, neither the Indianapolis 500 nor the competing U.S. 500 proved to be a classic event. But the Indy 500 may have bested the rival race by avoiding a calamity," writes Bill Koenig