Thursday, October 10, 2019
NBA Unwilling To Meet China's Request For An Apology Over Tweet
The NBA, like other companies, is finding out that free speech "doesn't mean consequence-free" in its Chinese dealings.
Multiple Rising Stars Give Optimism To Future Of Women's Tennis
Naomi Osaka, Bianca Andreescu and Coco Gauff have the mass appeal to carry the sport for years to come.
IOC Official Says Preparations On Track For '28 Games In L.A.
Nicole Hoevertsz, the IOC's point person for the L.A. Games, believes '28 "might serve" as a "cost-saving model for future hosts."
MLS Sees Uptick In Digital Metrics In '19; TV Viewership Lower
The second year of MLS' partnership with Twitter streaming English-language Univision broadcasts saw double-digit audience growth.
Sources: PepsiCo Lands Pouring Rights At SoFi Stadium
If nothing else changes heading into the '20 season, Coca-Cola will pour at 15 NFL stadiums, while Pepsi will have 13 and Dr Pepper will have four.
Kansas State To Sell Alcohol At Basketball Venue This Season
While three venues will now serve alcohol, there are "no imminent plans to expand beer and wine sales to Bill Snyder Family Stadium."
Major League Fishing Makes Big Move In Acquiring FLW
Terms of the deal, which was completed in-house by both organizations, will not be released.