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Cavaliers To Acknowledge Kyrie Irving's Return In Season Opener

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 17 / 17

The Cavaliers open their season tonight against the Celtics at Quicken Loans Arena, where G  Kyrie Irving 's "contributions to the Cavaliers will be celebrated in a video tribute." Irving was traded to the Celtics in the offseason ( AKRON BEACON JOURNAL, 10/17 ). Irving said of tonight's atmo...

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Ueberroth To Chair USOC BOD

Peter Ueberroth, who served as President & CEO of the '84 Olympics in L.A., today is "expected to be named chairman of a newly reconstituted" USOC BOD, according to sources of Alan Abrahamson of the L

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Closing Bell, June 14, 2004

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Monday, June 14, 2004 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell P ...

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Panic In Detroit? (#8) While ABC continues to post ratings gains for NBA Finals, execs must be concerned about potentially short series. Belt Buckle Peter Angelos says he has "no choice" but to accept

Chargers, City Want 30 Days

The Chargers and San Diego officials "need 30 additional days to finish negotiations on a new lease" for Qualcomm Stadium, according to Ronald Powell of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, who noted talks on

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Angelos Group Eyes Rosecroft

A group that includes Orioles Owner Peter Angelos' wife, Georgia, and sons Louis and John has "received preliminary approval to buy" Rosecroft Raceway, according to Nitkin & Garland of the Baltimore S

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Speaker Key To NYC Stadium

New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who has yet to take a public opinion on the Jets' proposed West Side stadium but has criticized aspects of public funding, "is quickly becoming the ulti

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Friday, June 11, 2004 Rodeo proud of having tobacco for sponsor despite health concerns. Shinnecock Hills Golf Club and Shinnecock tribe are “ drifting apart .” ...

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SI Examines Sports Globalization

In the first part of an extensive four-part series on the globalization of sports, SI's L. Jon Wertheim writes that international business "has become the way of the world for American sports leagues.

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Lightning Tax Deal Up In Air

A deal for Hillsborough County (FL) to take ownership of the St. Pete Times Forum and thus exempt the Lightning from $1M in annual property taxes was delayed again this week, according to Reid & Humph

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