Wednesday, October 9, 2019
NBA Games In China Still On, But Surrounding Events Canceled
Players on both the Lakers and Nets expressed "some frustrations" to Adam Silver about "being put in an unfair position."
Opinions Vary On NBA-China Issue After Silver's Revised Statement
The AP noted Silver "had to take a stand for a right held dear by most Americans" if he and the league "wanted to keep their credibility and self-respect."
Oakland Could Drop Coliseum Lawsuit Against Alameda County
MLB's Rob Manfred said there are no definitive plans to move A's to Las Vegas should Howard Terminal plans fail.
Krzyzewski Speaks Out In Support Of Pushing Forward NIL Laws
Mike Krzyzewski believes college athletics has been "too reactionary in dealing with changes as opposed to proactively seeking reforms to the collegiate model."
Maryland Unveils Plans For New Basketball Performance Center
Maryland currently is one of just two Power Five schools -- along with Boston College -- without a practice facility for basketball.
MLS Hits All-Time Attendance Total In '19; Game Average Down Slightly
The addition of expansion club FC Cincinnati helped push MLS over 8.7 million fans in the '19 season.
Int'l Surfing President Says Olympic Sports Must Adapt Or Be Dropped
Fernando Aguerre believes sports like badminton, modern pentathlon "need to adapt" to remain in Olympics.