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2014 SBJ/SBD Reader Survey Seeks Your Input On Sports BusinessPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 24 / 14
It’s time to make your opinion known as the 10th annual SportsBusiness Journal/SportsBusiness Daily Reader Survey is underway. The survey features 100 questions across leagues, teams, facilities, sponsorship, media, and more. Some of the questions that you will find in this year's survey are...
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The post-lockout state of the NBA was examined in a front-page feature in Sunday''s N.Y. TIMES by Wise & Roberts, under the header, "N.B.A., Once A Dream Team, Is Torn By Fight For Control." With the
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The maximum salary provision in the NBA''s labor agreement "looks like genius" to other league execs, according to Jayson Stark of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. Stark: "Worse, it looks to them as if the
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