Archive for February, 2013
Have you noticed that almost everybody you know is constantly on the move these days? It’s just modern society. The old days of staying at home or close to home have gone by the way side and today we are coming closer and closer to an up rooted society where home can be where ever one happens to More >
It didn’t take long for the 24 member panel representing the National Basketball Players Association to cast their votes and unanimously cast out Billy Hunter who had been the executive director of the NBPA for the past 16 years.
The move was not at all unexpected as Hunter had been placed on More >
Way back in 1939, the National Association of Basketball Coaches adopted the ideas of Ohio State University Basketball Coach Harold Olsen for a national playoff tournament to determine the best basketball team in the land. Before then, the end of the regular season was the end of basketball for the More >
A big deal is brewing between the NBC television network and the Big East Conference. Rumor has it that there is around $20 Million per year on the table for the broadcast rights for both football and basketball from the Big East.
The contract is reported to be for six years and will be a major More >
There is a statue of Stan Musial outside of Busch Stadium in St. Louis that bares the inscription “Baseball’s Perfect Knight”. As brilliant as he was on the baseball diamond, Stan the Man was also famous for his pleasant nature and generosity off the field.
Stan Musial played Major League More >
If you are thinking about outsourcing your sportsbook, racebook and casino action to a price per head service, good for you. But, make it the best PPH Service that you can find. A cheap service will get you just that, cheap service. Hooking up with a really good PPH service is one of the most More >
There is an issue before the courts these days that involves billions of dollars and concerns former and current NCAA athletes and their desire for compensation for their time spent on TV broadcasts while participating in college sports.
The Shinnecock Indian Nation and the owners of the New York Mets Baseball Team want to build a massive complex next to Citi Field on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens. This move comes at a time when the NY state Legislature is considering a constitutional amendment to allow Vegas style table gambling.
In More >