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NBA's Silver Voices Continued Optimism On New CBA With UnionPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 16
The NBA concluded its BOG meeting on Friday with Commissioner Adam Silver expressing his continued optimism that a new CBA deal is near. He said, “We’ve made tremendous progress. We are not done, done, but we are on our way toward getting an extension done and I’m pleased to repo...
The AUGUSTA CHRONICLE''s Rob Mueller reports that ECHL Augusta Lynx majority Owner Peter Gillespie has "absolutely no interest in pulling the team out of Augusta." While Gillespie is looking to sell p
The Raleigh NEWS & OBSERVER''s Caulton Tudor reports that while there is a lack of "established stars and size" in the ACC, Raycom-Jefferson Pilot Exec Producer Jim Rayburn says that, "what [the leagu
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Charlotte’s Plan For New Arena The Charlotte City Council last night voted 8-3 for a "tentative agreement that commits the public to building" a $200M arena, in return for an NBA expansion team that "
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NFL: In Cincinnati, Mark Curnutte writes that NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue declined an interview request yesterday by the Cincinnati Enquirer to "discuss the Bengals'' 12th consecutive non-winning
With the Bears set to move into the renovated Soldier Field next year, the team has signed a deal with Miller Brewing that includes "the exclusive use of the Bears logo, in-stadium signage, sponsorshi
Former Bruins D Ray Bourque "officially became a FleetCenter employee yesterday," as FleetCenter President Rich Krezwick announced that Bourque "will handle a variety of duties to the Premium Club," a
The AFL announced yesterday its first on-field licensing program Arena Authentics with Nike, Antigua, Riddell, Drew Pearson Marketing and Wilson Sporting Goods becoming the program''s in
Steelers President Dan Rooney, the Chair of the NFL''s newly-formed five-person committee on minority hiring, said that any proposal that would "link awarding or taking away of draft choices as reward