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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 17 / 17

$3M  -- Amount that Chinese basketball player Guo Ailun will get annually from Jordan Brand as part of his new shoe deal. Guo is the first international athlete to have his own Jordan signature sneaker ( ESPN.com, 8/17 )

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Tags: Bank of America, Golf, IBM, PepsiCo, Sprint, USGA

MLS Network Taps MLBAM

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SI Names Jeff Price As CMO

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Indy 500 Field Down To 27

PDM Racing and Hemelgarn Racing, two of the IRL's founding teams, will not compete in this month's Indianapolis 500, making it "more difficult for the IRL to deliver the traditional 33-car lineup," ac

Tags: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Motorsports

Turnstile Tracker: NLL

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Tags: hp, National Lacrosse League, New Orleans Saints, Seattle Storm

Creditors Reject OR Arena Offer

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Tags: Basketball, Facilities, Portland Trail Blazers, Vulcan Ventures

Doug Quinn Joins SUM

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Tags: FIFA, Kansas City Chiefs, MLS, NFL, Soccer, People and Pop Culture, Toyota

Closing Bell, May 5, 2004

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F1 Owners Agree To New Rules

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