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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 23 / 17

The Morning Buzz offers today's back page sports covers from some of North America's major metropolitan tabloids:   N.Y. Post   N.Y. Daily News Newsday   Boston Herald Chicago Sun-Times

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Passing On The Legacy? Nike just wouldn''t let it happen. While reports this week had Reebok close to signing LeBron James for anywhere between $75-94M, James has agreed in principle to a seven-year,

APBA Gold Cup Promoter In Debt

The SEATTLE TIMES’ Bob Condotta reports that American Power Boat Association officials are “scrambling to save the debt-ridden Gold Cup – the crown jewel of the unlimited hydroplane racing circuit – f

Tags: Anheuser Busch

Lucchino Discusses Fenway

Lucchino Hints Fenway Renovations More Likely Than New Facility Red Sox President & CEO Larry Lucchino said that the team "won''t decide on whether to do a major expansion of Fenway Park until the end

Tags: Baseball, Boston Red Sox, Facilities

Wheels & Deals

GMAC Signs On As Fisher Sponsor GMAC has signed on to sponsor IRL driver Sarah Fisher and her No. 23 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing team in a deal "that will carry them through and beyond" Sunday''s Indiana

Tags: Coca-Cola, IndyCar, Motorsports, NASCAR, PepsiCo, Speedway Motorsports Inc.

Soccer Trilogy In The Works

What Would Rocky Look Like In A Pair Of Cleats? Several Premiership players "are being signed up to star in a big-budget Hollywood franchise being billed as [soccer''s] Rocky," according to Fiachra Gi

Tags: Boxing, English Premier League, Soccer, Media

AHL Rampage Ticket Prices

The SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL’s W. Scott Bailey reports that the AHL San Antonio Rampage are lowering ’03-04 season-ticket prices in some areas by as much as 20%.  In their inaugural season, ’02-03

Tags: AHL, Hockey

Ducks Sell Out Finals

Mighty Ducks Fans Ready For Stanley Cup Finals About 60 of the 1,500 Mighty Ducks fans who waited in line yesterday to buy an unannounced number of available Stanley Cup Finals tickets were able to do

Tags: Anaheim Ducks, Franchises, Hockey, Ottawa Senators, St. Louis Blues, Ticketmaster, Walt Disney

Media Notes

MULTICHANNEL NEWS'' Ted Hearn reported the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) "is opposed to legislation that would require the breakup of large programming packages into small tie

Tags: Baseball, ESPN, Motorsports, NASCAR, Olympics, San Francisco Giants, Media, Turner Sports, Walt Disney

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“We''d be just like the Girl Scouts.” — Nets F Lucious Harris, suggesting the team sell tickets door-to-door (Newark STAR-LEDGER, 5/22).

Rose Bowl Pressuring The NFL

Rose Bowl Seeking Exclusive Negotiations From NFL Rose Bowl officials, who were "stunned" by the NFL''s "sudden infatuation with a stadium concept in Carson," asked the league yesterday "to grant them

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Facilities, Football, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, NFL

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