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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 21 / 17

"We need to continue to focus on competitive play and owe it to our fans and business partners to do that. It's the right time to take action" -- NBA President of League Operations Byron Spruell , on efforts to reform the draft lottery. Spruell cites research that tanking is making many fans "...

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Sports Sites Linking To War

SI.com Among Sports Sites Offering War Coverage Links With the U.S. at war with Iraq, many sports-related Web sites "are putting links to related news sites in prominent spots on their home pages," ac

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Sports Lawyers Annual Meeting

May 29-31, 2003 at the Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Ont. Canada. Print brochure from www.sportslaw.org or call 703-437-4377 ext. 4071 or 4085 or e-mail sla@sportslaw.org. CLE credits provided via T

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Closing Bell, March 28, 2003

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Friday, March 28, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Mar 27, 2003 Mar 26, 2003 Mar 25, 2003 Mar 24, 2003 Mar 21, 2003 • Negotiations B

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Garber Burning For New Stadium

Burn Complex Could Host MLS Camp (Click for larger image) The Hunt Sports Group (HSG) yesterday formally presented its $65M soccer complex proposal, which includes a 20,000-seat stadium for the MLS Bu

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CBS' NCAA Ratings Slump

Large Markets Account For Ratings Drop CBS'' coverage of the NCAA Tournament last night earned a 6.1/10 preliminary overnight Nielsen rating for its 7:00-9:30pm ET window, down 28% from last year''s 8

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CBS''s NCAA Tournament Ratings Continue To Climb CBS'' NCAA ratings continue to be impacted by war coverage, as last night''s regional semifinals saw a 28% decline in preliminary Nielsen overnights fo

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Friday, March 28, 2003 The Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE’s Mike Meyers wrote that the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Midwest Regional “promises to bring $20[M] to the Twin Cities economy.  But don’t bank

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European Soccer $$ Shortfall

UEFA CEO Gerhard Aigner yesterday told the delegates at UEFA''s governing Congress that teams participating in the Champions League next season "will get less money" due to lower TV rights, according

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League Notes

How Much Say Will TV Nets Have In NFL Playoff Structure? NFL: While playoff expansion was on the agenda during the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix this week, SI.com''s Don Banks wrote, "We all know the

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MLB Planning Youth Academy

MLB Proposal Approved For Landfill Site Plans were approved yesterday for MLB to develop a $6M sports academy in L.A. for "at-risk youths atop the former Sheldon-Arleta Landfill," according to Kerry C

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