Wednesday, March 25, 2020
NFL Limits Team Facility Access As Virus Continues To Spread
One byproduct of Roger Goodell's edict is that he "equaled the playing field” for all teams ahead of next month's Draft.
Bach Not Committed To Next Summer For New Tokyo Games
The IOC chief invoked comments by President Trump "to defend himself from criticism" about the delay in postponing the Games.
NBCUniversal Could Take Big Hit This Year Without Olympics
The company “already had advance teams in place in Japan,” but had been “making contingency plans in recent days."
NCAA Faces Significant Declines In Revenue, Expenses For FY '20
The organization "depends on the men's basketball tournament for nearly all" of its roughly $1.1B in normal annual revenue.
Ballmer's Purchase Of The Forum Paves Way For Inglewood Arena
The deal will "remove an opponent that had long sought" to block construction by "resolving all litigation with MSG."
76ers, Devils Owners Reverse Course On Pay Cuts After Blowback
A source said that not all members of the 76ers ownership group were consulted by HBSE's Josh Harris about the cut in pay.
Carrier Dome Renovation Continues Despite Worker Restrictions
Construction workers are included on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's list of essential employees.