Thursday, June 20, 2019
Zion Williamson Not Likely To Sign Shoe Deal Prior To NBA Draft
Williamson is the "most anticipated prospect" to enter the NBA since LeBron James in '03, and his shoe deal is "expected to be in the range" of $100M.
Many League Sponsors Getting Involved With NBA Draft
Tissot will gift each first round pick on Draft night with a customized Tissot Quickster watch of their new team.
LPGA Benefits From Women's PGA Championship At Historic Courses
Golfer Danielle Kang said playing at Hazeltine National this week "shows that we’ve come a long ways to be here."
NHL, BOG Approve Coyotes Sale To Entrepreneur Alex Meruelo
Commissioner Gary Bettman noted Meruelo is "committed" to finding a new arena in Arizona.
Stillman Group Now Owns 100% Of Blues, Buys Out Minority Interest
Tom Stillman "declined to disclose what percentage of the total franchise value the minority interest held."
Travelers Championship Looks To Connect With New PGA Tour Pros
Travelers Tournament Dir Nathan Grube said that connecting with these "rising stars makes good long-term sense" for the event.
Hawks' Ressler: Team Will Spend Money When Time Is Appropriate
Tony Ressler noted there is "no confusion" that the idea is for the Hawks to "become a contender" in the future.