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New NBA TV deal will double revenues, please cordcutters

Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

We may be on the verge of a historic shift in how professional sports are delivered to consumers, as a new broadcast contract between the NBA, Disney and Turner will double revenues while also providing for a new service not relying on existing pay providers. Read More »

NBA expansion on tap? Not likely

New Seattle Arena

Pretty thin gruel from the NBA bloggers, who claim that NBA expansion is on the way to Seattle and Louisville in the near future. Here’s why it won’t happen. Read More »

New for 2014: UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

Milwaukee’s U.S. Cellular Arena is no more, with the main tenant of the facility buying naming rights to what will be known as UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. Read More »

Sterling fighting to keep Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers

Donald Sterling has backed off a deal to sell the Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) to Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer and says he’ll sue to keep the team. Read More »

New Sacramento arena plan approved

New Sacramento arena

A new Sacramento arena plan was approved by the City Council, clearing the way for the Sacramento Kings (NBA) to remain in town. Read More »

Revised financing plan pitched for new Sacramento Kings arena

New Sacramento arena

A new financing plan has been pitched for a proposed new Sacramento Kings arena, with the team committing to pay more toward the increased cost of the facility. Read More »

After Sterling meltdown, suitors emerge for Los Angeles Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers

After an epic racist rant from Donald Sterling that saw NBA Commissioner Adam Silver ban him for life, the Los Angeles Clippers are attracting a long list of potential owners. Read More »

Officials still pursuing new downtown Las Vegas arena

New Las Vegas Strip Arena

Mayor Carolyn Goodman says she’s still pursuing a new downtown Las Vegas arena despite the groundbreaking today on a new $350-million Strip arena in back of New York-New York. Read More »

Warriors shift arena plan to Mission Bay; waterfront plan dropped

Proposed Golden State Warriors arena

Facing huge opposition to a waterfront arena site, the Golden State Warriors (NBA) have shifted their sights to Mission Bay and have purchased a 12-acre site for a new arena. Read More »

Bucks sale carries big clause: no new Milwaukee arena, no sale

BMO Harris Bradley Center

The sale of the Milwaukee Bucks to hedge-fund managers Wesley Edens and Mark Lasry carries a big clause: the NBA can reportedly buy the team for $575 million if there’s no new Milwaukee arena by 2017. Read More »

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