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Dwyane Wade Teams Up With Facebook Watch For Documentary Series

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 17 / 17

Cavaliers G Dwyane Wade  is bringing a documentary series to the Facebook Watch platform. The series, produced by the Bob Metelus Studio, is dubbed "BackCourt Wade." Over five episodes, fans will get a look at Wade's life during the offseason. Highlights include his trip to Paris and Milan for...

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Tennis Canada Goes To Video

Tennis Canada will experiment with two video boards above centre court that will show live play during next week’s Tennis Masters Canada at Rexall Centre, according to Donovan Vincent of the TORONTO S

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Turnstile Tracker: WNBA

The following presents WNBA attendance through July 19, compared with '03 attendance through the comparable date. League-wide, attendance is down 4.4% as over 1.1 million fans have attended games, an

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In Chicago, Dardick & Mendell report the National Park Service has recommended that Soldier Field be stripped of its status as a National Historic Landmark and removed from the National Register of Hi

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SBJ In-Depth: Pro Bass Fishing

The success of professional bass fishing is no fish tale. The sport has landed a loyal following of sponsors and hooked many consumers. SportsBusiness Journal will take to the water and monitor a majo

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'06 All-Star Game At PNC Park

MLB Commissioner Bud Selig formally announced yesterday that Pittsburgh will host the ’06 All-Star Game. Selig: “Without PNC Park, there’s no All-Star game [in Pittsburgh]. This venue was really the t

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Morning Buzz, July 21, 2004

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Wednesday, July 21, 2004 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz ...

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Steelers Exonerated In Case

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that the Steelers “did not mislead fans when they sold seat licenses by telling them they would have seats in one area of Heinz Field and then issu

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Canadian Curling On TV

The Canadian Curling Association (CCA) officially signed a new four-year rights deal with the CBC, ending a 20-year association with TSN (see THE DAILY, 7/14). In Toronto, Chris Zelkovich writes the d

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Northern League Expanding East

The independent Northern League “is about to open a Far East Division,” and Northern League Commissioner Mike Stone expects “a Japanese group to announce this October the establishment of a six-to-eig

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Wednesday, July 21, 2004 Ala'a Hikmat , the lone woman on Iraq's Olympic team , symbolizes new era. New Nets and Devils owners playing the waiting game . ...

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