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The MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL goes with the header, " Twin Cities Stadium Sets a Development Precedent For Bucks Arena ." The new Vikings stadium is "helping draw nearby office towers, upscale housing and other developments." That is a "big contrast from the former home of the Vikings." ...
Pistons G and NBPA VP Michael Curry said that the NBPA "probably won''t buy the CBA from Isiah Thomas," according to Scott Soshnick of BLOOMBERG NEWS. Meanwhile, the NBPA had been "considering a partn
Today: Final IPFL Regular Season Announced Attendance ''00 ''00 TEAM DATES AVG. TOT. % CAP. VENUE OMAHA 8 5,798 46,384 71.6% Omaha Civic Aud. IDAHO 8 4,332 34,656 86.5% Bank of Amer. Center MOBILE 8 3
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Despite a 15-to-18-hour time difference, NBC Sports Chair Dick Ebersol "actually sees an advantage" for the network in covering the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, according to Joe Flint of the WALL STREET J
SHAW''S REDEMPTION: In St. Louis, Bernie Miklasz writes on Rams President John Shaw under the header, "As Rams President, Shaw Is Lame Duck -- And He Enjoys It." Shaw has been working out of the team'
SUPER BOWL RAMP-UP: In Tampa, Carter Gaddis writes that the Tampa Bay Super Bowl XXXV Task Force "has gathered the local sponsorships it needs to meet its" $2M budget. Six of the 15-18 sponsors are th
Peter Jacobsen said that his second-year golf tournament, the Reno-Tahoe Open, has "some work to do to establish itself" on the PGA Tour, as the event is held the same week as the WGC NEC Invitational
In a "potentially devastating blow" to the Red Sox'' plans for a $665M ballpark, development consultant Bob Walsh "has bolted the project" as the team enters a "critical juncture" in its two-year purs
In N.Y., Mitchell Fink writes that in the October issue of Playboy, NBC''s BOB COSTAS "goes after" JOHN TESH for his "overly dramatic coverage" of gymnastics events in the ''96 Olympics. Costas, on Te
Groundbreaking was held yesterday for the $175M SBC Center, the new home of the Spurs and the annual Stock Show & Rodeo, according to Tom Bower of the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS- NEWS. The $35,000, "well-orc
MLS Revolution COO BRIAN O''DONOVAN announced that he will "leave his post at season''s end or as soon as a suitable successor is found" (BOSTON HERALD, 8/24). In Boston, Frank Dell''Apa writes O''Don