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Silver Wants ASG In N.C., Warns States Of Legislation Similar To HB2

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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver  reiterated that he "wants to try" having the NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte, but he warned that legislation similar to North Carolina's HB2 law in other jurisdictions "could preclude an NBA city from hosting the event." Silver yesterday in his State of the League ...

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“You can''t rely on fireworks and bobbleheads to bring fans in. The bottom line is, you have to have a winning atmosphere.” — Pirates 1B Kevin Young, on the team''s attendance woes (TRI

Arbitrator Rules For NBA

In a "decision that could continue the trend of NBA owner frugality and limit player earning potential," arbitrator Charles Renfrew "rejected a grievance filed by the players'' union that argued the l

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Facility Notes

In San Antonio, Scott Huddleston notes the first event at the SBC Center will be a Knicks-Spurs preseason game on October 18. Spurs Exec VP Rick Pych said that the arena "will be ready for basketball

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Morning Buzz, September 26, 2002

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Thursday, September 26, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Sept 25, 2002 Sept 24, 2002 Sept 23, 2002 Sept 20, 2002 Sept 19, 2002 • Brewe

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One-On-One: Peter King

This week THE DAILY talks with the NFL guru for all of AOL Time Warner''s media properties PETER KING. The MA native''s "Monday Morning Quarterback" column — filled with inside information, analy

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Closing Bell, September 26, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, September 26, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Sept 25, 2002 Sept 24, 2002 Sept 23, 2002 Sept 20, 2002 Sept 19, 2002 • CBS

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NHL Market-By-Market Avidity

Scarborough Sports Marketing asks respondents about their interest in different sports leagues. The following chart details U.S. market-by-market avidity for the NHL. For example, 38.9% of Detroit''s

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NCWO Threatens More Picketing

Hospitality execs say that corporate bookings for the ''03 Masters are "up dramatically despite the controversy over Augusta National''s membership policies," but the National Council of Women''s Orga

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Franchise Notes

SETTLEMENT: Former Vikings GM Mike Lynn''s lawsuit against the team, which "questioned whether [he] was paid 10 percent of Metrodome executive suite rentals according to his agreement with the franchi

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Gilbert Ups Stake In Rawlings

Online mortgage company Quicken Loans Chair Daniel Gilbert "has steadily acquired" shares in Rawlings Sporting Goods, building a 15% stake in the company last month, according to Goldfarb & Erman of R

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