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A place to be seen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6QFA7VW3vA There is a major horse race...
Two arenas never work. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8qVFIrz86Q If at first, if you don’t succeed, try, try again. Chris Hansen is once again attempting to get a National Basketball...
It is not happening anytime soon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv7SLdkXyVw&t=7s Someone in St. Louis wants a National Basketball Association team. That someone is a billionaire named Richard Chaifetz. But...
A former Adidas employee James Gatto, an Adidas consultant Merl Code and Christian Dawkins were found guilty by a jury of fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud in delivering high school players to various colleges such as Kansas, Louisville and North Carolina State.
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.
This is the time of year that the followers of college football are anxiously reading about or listening to talk radio or watching TV hoping to find out about their favorite team or which players are Heisman hopefuls or which school is unstoppable.
Bruce Miller tried to get Louisville a National Basketball Association team starting in 2000. His efforts ultimately failed after he tried to entice five teams into moving to Kentucky.
When did Kansas City become a viable option for National Basketball Association owners as a possible expansion location? An unnamed league executive told NBA scout and college basketball TV commentator, Jarrett Sutton, that Kansas City will get an NBA team.
There is a major horse race taking place in Louisville on Saturday. The Kentucky Derby. Three years ago, there was the hope that American Pharoah by winning Thoroughbred Racing's Triple Crown, would help revive the horse racing industry. It didn’t.
If the college sports industry paid student-athletes, there probably would not be an ongoing FBI investigation of the business. The NCAA somehow has sold the notion that it is fine for them to make billions of dollars off of the backs of unpaid labor as long as they give a scholarship to the performers.
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