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San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg is ready to fill up some of his fall Sunday afternoons watching an NFL game at the city’s Alamodome sports venue sometime between now and 2028. Nirenberg told the San Antonio TV station KSAT you will see an NFL team in San Antonio in the next 10 years.
Here is a question worth asking. What is going on with James Dolan and his Madison Square Garden business? Dolan is apparently getting in and out of the arena and entertainment building business on one hand and yet continuing building entertainment venues on the other hand.
The National Hockey League is probably going to set up shop in Seattle sooner than later which would allow the franchise owners to keep all of the revenue from a renovated arena. Is that a sticky problem for the NBA to overcome if the league decides to return to Seattle? Maybe.
Former National Basketball Association Commissioner David Stern once said that a successful sports franchise needed three things. Local government support, a large local TV deal and corporate support.
In the, of course, this could happen department, the Mark Davis owned soon to be Las Vegas Raiders National Football League franchise might not have a home field in 2019. Davis’s Oakland lease ends following the last Raiders home game, regular season or playoffs, in December and if there is a playoff run in January.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer and Oakland A’s ownership picked up key support from the California legislature in their bids to get new sports facilities in terms of challenges to their plans to build facilities.
Steve Ballmer wants to move his National Basketball Association Clippers franchise from downtown Los Angeles to Inglewood, California at a site near the former home of the NBA Lakers and the National Hockey League Kings.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association, whose very integrity can constantly be questioned, through its basketball business put up its annual crown jewel basketball tournament, the Men’s Final Four, for bid in 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026.
Steve Ballmer wants one, the owners of the Oakland A’s want one, they want what the owners of the Sacramento Kings and the Golden State Warriors got from California Governor Jerry Brown.
Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO and the owner of the National Basketball Association’s Los Angeles Clippers, wants a new arena for his basketball business and has decided that Inglewood, California is a great place to relocate his business.