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“I’m not so sure that the decibel level is legal there, and I’m serious” – Pelicans coach Monty Williams , whose team is playing the Warriors in the playoffs, on the crowd noise at Oracle Arena ( INSIDEBAYAREA.com, 4/20 ). “No more smiling faces with hidden ...
Nike announced yesterday that company President & COO TOM CLARKE will become President of New Business Ventures, effective June 1. Nike Chair & CEO PHIL KNIGHT, who will now also serve as company Pres
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Northeastern Univ. Center for the Study of Sport in Society Exec Dir Richard Lapchick said Saturday at the 14th annual Women''s Sports Foundation (WSF) Summit in NY that administrative opportunities i
The NFL league office is "undergoing a major overhaul" as Commissioner Paul Tagliabue "begins to consolidate various business operations into a single entity," according to Lombardo & Bernstein of the
MLS Commissioner Don Garber said last Friday that the sale of DC United is expected to be completed soon and "played down any delay in the negotiations," according to Thomas Heath of the WASHINGTON PO
Pac Bell Park is "the best fan''s ballpark because it was conceived, built and paid for by" MLB Giants Managing Partner Peter Magowan, "a legitimate baseball fan," according to Peter Gammons of ESPN.c
NBA City has "gone from high hopes to one lonely hoop in Orlando," according to Jerry Jackson of the ORLANDO SENTINEL, who reports that Hard Rock Cafe''s parent company in the theme-restaurant project
NIKE: S.F.-based First Security Van Kasper analyst John Shanley said that Nike''s labor issue "has had virtually no effect on [the company''s] core consumer" -- U.S. teenage males. Univ. of OR Warsaw
On the cover of the ''99-2000 Holiday issue of "NBA Hoop" magazine, 76ers G Allen Iverson''s "image had been altered to eliminate the diamond earrings in both ears, his necklace had been removed, his
The "three-year legal battle with the Raiders has cost East Bay taxpayers more than" $6M, according to records obtained and cited by Rick DelVecchio in a front-page report in today''s S.F. CHRONICLE.