March 6 - 12, 2017 Vol. 19 — No. 44

Top Stories

  • How next expansion will change the face of MLS

    Embarking on the most ambitious and extensive expansion effort in its history, Major League Soccer sees potential new markets and ownership groups as further steps in its maturation into a true national league.

  • Golden State Warriors give PSLs hard look

    Many in the NBA are convinced that the Warriors will be the first NBA team to sell personal seat licenses across the vast majority of their seats, a huge boon to the privately financed, $1 billion Chase Center arena the team will open for the 2019-20 season.

  • Champions 2017: Ed Goren

    Seemingly everyone who has worked with Ed Goren describes him as lover of sports who always strove to grow the business. “It’s in his DNA — the deep love that he has for sports, especially baseball, is intertwined with his very being,” said David Hill, the former Fox Sports chairman who hired Goren away from CBS in 1994.

  • NASCAR considers turning down the volume on its cars

    NASCAR is considering making its cars quieter, according to several sources, a move that could make it easier for fans to talk to each other during races and engage more socially. The proposal is one of 15 to 20 initiatives NASCAR is studying.

  • Gift suite debuting at Women’s Final Four

    The NCAA will treat the women’s semifinalists to a gift suite at the season-ending event in Dallas later this month. Last year the NCAA debuted a gift suite at the men’s Final Four at NRG Stadium.

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