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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...

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Final World Cup Nielsen Ratings

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07/31/02
AFL Cobras Move To Charlotte

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07/31/02
MLB Tells Mets Fan To Close Site

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,"

Tags: Baseball, MLB, New York Mets, Media

07/31/02
Morning Buzz, July 31, 2002

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Wednesday, July 31, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues July 30, 2002 July 29, 2002 July 26, 2002 July 25, 2002 July 24, 2002 • MLB Talks

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07/31/02
NJ Arena Discussions Continue

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

Tags: Basketball, Facilities, Hockey, New Jersey Devils, Brooklyn Nets

07/31/02
Pittsburgh ABA Team Gets Name

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Tags: Basketball

07/31/02
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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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07/31/02
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07/31/02
NHL Safety Netting Ready?

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07/31/02
Facility Notes

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