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Saturday Rutgers in a 3:00pm ET ceremony will rename one of its original basketball courts after the late Jim Valvano , who played at Rutgers and was an assistant coach there. The court is at College Avenue Gym, nicknamed "The Barn."
Sunday''s Capitals-Lightning Game Six on Sunshine Network earned a 4.74 Nielsen cable rating in Tampa, becoming "the second-highest rated Lightning game ever," as well as the highest-rated sports prog
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TNT earned a 2.3 final cable rating for Game Two of Suns-Spurs and 2.4 final rating for Game Two of Jazz-Kings Monday night. TNT''s first five games are averaging a 2.2, up 22% against last year''s 1.
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Cherry Pumping Molson While Labatt Looks On While Labatt is a major sponsor of CBC''s "Hockey Night in Canada," commentator Don Cherry is "doing business with the competition," as he wore a Molson-bra
The biggest event in the open wheel racing season in America, the Indy 500, is around the corner. So it''s time to check under the hood to see how the sport is running. This special report will look a
This model was based on squeezing more dollars out of potentially less viewers. NBAE Exec VP Gregg Winik, on the league''s cable-heavy TV deal (N.Y. TIMES, 4/23).
MSG''s "Angles" examined the future of sports TV, and Steve Cangialosi said, "Sports (TV) is at a crossroads. Largely gone are the days of excessive spending by networks on properties rights. ... With
Retro Alworth Jersey Tops The Chart Last night''s edition of MSG''s "Angles" examined the growing popularity of retro jerseys and the future of the trend. Mitchell & Ness VP/Marketing Reuben Harley sa
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Interpublic Group (IPG) "is moving closer to resolving the issues surrounding its Octagon Motor Sports unit," as the company is "closing three of the five go-carting tracks that Octagon operates in Br
YankeeNets negotiators "have asked Newark officials to front the entire $355[M] it would cost to build a downtown arena" for the Nets and Devils, according to Futterman & Jordan of the Newark STAR-LED
Rose Bowl officials yesterday unveiled plans for a $500M "reconstruction project aimed at bringing pro football back" to the L.A. area, according to Sam Farmer of the L.A. TIMES, who writes officials