Curry Plans On Standing For Anthem Marlins Wearing Fernandez' No. 16 Disney Advised On Potential Twitter Bid Pendulum To Study Future Of McCoy Stadium 10 Years Since Superdome Return Report: Twins To Hire Indians' Falvey Oilers Unveil Team's First Mascot Tour Championship Rating Flat On NBC Sign Up For Intercollegiate Athletics Forum Palmer Leaves Unique Marketing Legacy
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Warriors G Stephen Curry said that he "plans on standing" for the National Anthem and that he can "make a social statement in other ways" ( TWITTER.com, 9/26 ). Meanwhile, the Lakers today will announce that former NBAer Derek Fisher is joining Spectrum SportsNet as an on-air analyst...
Nielsen Media Research announced yesterday that the final audience estimates for the ''02 World Cup indicate that a combined total of nearly 1.5 billion TV viewers watched the event in the 18 markets
The AFL Carolina Cobras are moving to Charlotte, as the franchise has agreed to a three-year lease to play at the Charlotte Coliseum beginning in February ''03, according to J.P. Giglio of the Raleigh
MLB yesterday "forced" a six-year-old Web site run by a Mets fan to "shut down after league officials said it illegally used registered team and league trademarks and profited from the team''s name,"
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NJ state officials said that after two weeks "of behind-the-scenes haggling," NJ Democrats and Republicans "have agreed to hold further hearings on the future" of pro sports in NJ, according to Matthe
The Pittsburgh TRIBUNE-REVIEW''s Dave Mackall reported that Pittsburgh''s new ABA franchise will be known as the Patriots and will play its home games at the Community College of Beaver County''s (CCB
Wednesday, July 31, 2002 The L.A. TIMES’ Lance Pugmire on Lyle Alzado’s family, who are frustrated “but not surprised” that his pleas to end steroid use have been diminished by time. Interviews with
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Strat-O-Matic Hits Big Time With Convention STEINER SPORTS was a presenting sponsor of the first-ever STRAT-O-MATIC CONVENTION held this past weekend in N.Y. (THE DAILY). In Hartford, Kevin Canfield,
NHL CLO Bill Daly said that the league "might not have safety nets installed in every arena to protect fans behind goals before the start of the season," according to Allan Kreda of BLOOMBERG NEWS. Da
Fresno State''s Save Mart Center One Of Many New Collegiate Projects The WALL STREET JOURNAL''s Jason Allen notes that major colleges "are on a construction binge, spending huge sums to build and expa