LeBron James is lobbying the National Basketball Association to give Cleveland the 2017 or 2018 All Star Game but the likelihood of that happening is contingent upon Cleveland and Cuyahoga
Very few people outside of Milwaukee and the state of Wisconsin are paying attention to the future of the Milwaukee Bucks. The team’s arena is 27 years old now and in a league where arenas have been replaced in
A prolonged NBA Western Conference Dominance has forwarded the movement for a different playoff format.
The casinos and hotels in Nevada that have sports books, are looking to capture some extra money and want an events that they don’t have: The Winter and Summer Olympics. There is money to be made every two years on
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said he's open to changing the playoffs by eliminating the seeding and going with the league's 16 best teams.
For some reason, American sports fans think a sports uniform is a special piece of clothing that should just feature a team name or logo. The Pinstripes, in the case of the New York Yankees, Les “Bleu, Blanc et
How Harvey Levin Changed An Industry In many ways, the past 50 weeks and a few days in sports has been shaped by one man. Harvey Levin. It isn’t often that one man can impact two sports but in
The NBA has labor peace until 2017 but that doesn’t mean they are satisfied with the current economic conditions of the league despite an enormous increase from television partners in fees starting in 2016. The league will be swimming
In sports, the will of the people is often ignored. Politicians told local voters in places like Seattle, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee and Charlotte even though they said no to funding a baseball stadium or an arena, no didn’t mean no.
The lame duck Senate session will include a visit from the four commissioners of the major American sports. Lawmakers apparently want to be filled in on what a private industry—sports—is doing to make sure their players are not beating