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Phil Knight Discusses State Of College Basketball, Nike's Relationship With Sport

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 22 / 17

Nike co-Founder & Chair Emeritus PHIL KNIGHT  can be "withdrawn and shy, even downright reclusive," but with this week's PK80 Invitational in Portland , it will be "impossible for Knight to hide in plain sight," according to Seth Davis of THE ATHLETIC. The tournament will feature 16 ...

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Radio Company To Sue BBC?

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Ten For Ten: Looking At Leagues

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Redskins Not Marketing Gibbs

There are no authorized Joe Gibbs T-shirts, sweatshirts, shorts or bobblehead dolls because the Redskins coach “has quietly told the team he doesn’t favor such products,” according to Jeff Barker of t

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Wednesday, September 15, 2004 China hoping Americans will improve country’s chance to medal in hoops. Ryder Cup is first in a season of “ monster sporting events ...

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In Louisville, Marcus Green reports Japanese trainer HIDEYUKI MORI paid $8M for a colt at KEENELAND’s September yearling sale on behalf of an unknown owner. The colt, which was sold by LANE’S END FARM

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The Power 10: Bill France Jr.

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Dickies Titles Second Texas Race

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Marketplace Round-Up

MR. 700: Pro Access Managing Dir Jeff Bernstein, who reps Giants LF Barry Bonds, said that his firm is “focusing on securing corporate opportunities” for Bonds as he pursues the MLB home run record of

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Closing Bell, September 15, 2004

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