NBA's Silver Optimistic On CBA IOC Exec Thinks Innsbruck Could Land '26 Games U.S. Figure Skating Launches New Campaign Goodyear Officially Adds Wingfoot Two Blimp ESPN3 To Broadcast Glory 34 Denver Landon Donovan Lists La Jolla Home For $2.9M Kraft Wants New Revolution Stadium In Boston NFL Reopens Investigation Into Giants' Josh Brown FS1 Gets Record Overnight For NLCS Game 5 ISC Signs Multiyear Extension With Geico
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 NFL announced yesterday the hiring of former ESPN and ABC Sports President Steve Bornstein as a consultant, and MULTICHANNEL NEWS DAY reports Bornstein, "known as a tough negotiator, will work clo
The RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH''s Jeff White reported that the Univ. of VA (UVA) Board of Visitors'' buildings and ground committee approved the preliminary design for the proposed UVA basketball arena.
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET 60-minute edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" led with updates of Giants-Dodgers and Angels-A''s, followed by Yankees-D''Rays. The first non-MLB report, at 7:04 into
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Senators President Roy Mlakar said that the team has sold "almost 9,000 season tickets for the coming season, compared to a league average of about 11,000," according to Derek Abma (OTTAWA SUN, 9/18).
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The N.Y. area is about to see an "all-out blitz" around Giants rookie TE Jeremy Shockey, whose managers are "attempting to make Shockey''s face and strut more familiar than any of [N.Y.''s] most promi
Not Exactly A Towering Figure Trump says he will be only an advisor to possible ISC track at the Meadowlands, with no financial stake. Shock(ey) Absorption Handlers for Giants'' rookie take aggressive
The Riverside PRESS-ENTERPRISE''s Sherry Mombourquette reported that the Single-A CA League San Bernardino team will be changing its nickname from "Stampede." The club will now be known as the Inland
The WALL STREET JOURNAL''s Joe Flint reports film producer Larry Kasanoff "plans to launch a martial-arts channel early next year," as Kasanoff "has a big vision for Blackbelt TV, which will telecast