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Sports Authority holds out hope for last-minute sale to stave off liquidation

Not so fast.Sports Authority assumed the $120 million Mile High Stadium naming-rights contract vacated by Invesco Ltd. This story will be updated.MORE: Englewood grappling with likely loss of Sports Authority corporate HQ.Last week, Sports Authority's attorneys said the company would not emerge under a reorganization plan, but rather would pursue asset sales.Judge Mary Walrath, of the U.S.
The Denver Post
03/05
14 Points
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SEE IT: Spanish handball player facing assault charges after sucker-punching referee

A Spanish handball player is facing assault charges and a possible ban after attacking a referee in the final minutes of a match on Sunday.Eddy Cordoba of BM Vinaros took offense after his teammate was handed a red card and took retribution by sucker-punching referee Daniel Orts in the head.“Things like this cannot be allowed to happen,” Orts told The Mirror.
Daily News
03/05
12 Points
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SEE IT: Dancing umpire rocks out between innings of California high school baseball game 

#Dancing #Umpire steals show #Kennedy vs Valencia .@vhs_tigers .@ocvarsity .@OCSidelines .@SportsCenter #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/rPFsoUBp5f. "LIKE" US HERE.The video, posted on Twitter by the Kennedy baseball team, only shows 25 seconds of dance moves, but we suggest this umpire to go professional [email protected] Related Stories Softball team celebrates early while opponent walks off with win Tags: high school baseball , california , viral videos .
Daily News
03/05
11 Points
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Lou Holtz enjoys playing golf at Donald Trump’s courses, so he endorsed him for president 

“He does nothing but go first class in everything, he wants this country to be first class as well.”POLITICS AND SPORTS DON'T MIXIf designing a nice golf course qualifies a person to run for president, maybe Jack Nicklaus can get in the race. Robert Franklin/AP Lou Holtz offers his support for hotelier-turned-candidate Donald Trump.
Daily News
03/05
12 Points
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Keith Appling, former Michigan State guard, arrested with loaded assault rifle in Michigan strip club 

View Gallery Athletes in trouble with the law FOLLOW THE DAILY NEWS SPORTS ON FACEBOOK. HOOPS STAR, BELIEVED TO BE 30, ARRESTED Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Keith Appling was a four-year player for Tom Izzo’s Michigan State team. A Detroit native, Appling played for Tom Izzo for four years at Michigan State from 2010-14. He has not yet been charged with a crime and an investigation is ongoing, police told the station.CANADIAN H.S.
Daily News
03/05
7 Points
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Donald Trump misspells Bobby Knight’s name while saying his support has ‘been so amazing’ 

but about half an hour later, deleted his old tweet and sent a new one with the correct spelling.ATHLETES AND SPORTS FIGURES THAT SUPPORT DONALD TRUMPFOLLOW THE DAILY NEWS SPORTS ON FACEBOOK. Denny Simmons/AP Former Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight talks about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a campaign stop.
Daily News
02/05
8 Points
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Sports Prince lyrics cost Nashville sports anchor job

A Nashville television sports anchor has apparently lost his job because he mixed Prince lyrics into a recent broadcast.WZTV Fox-17 sports anchor Dan Phillips used a Prince-themed sports report on April 21.When contacted by The Tennessean, he would not confirm that was why he was fired from the Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned station.
USA Today
01/05
4 Points
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Mets' Steven Matz flopped in first start, but has been lights out since

I loosened my arm there and made sure I was ready to go.”Matz was terrible in his first start of the season, allowing seven runs in just 1.2 innings, but since then he’s given up two runs in 19.1 innings, a 0.93 ERA.FOLLOW THE DAILY NEWS SPORTS ON FACEBOOK. Julie Jacobson/AP Mets pitcher Steven Matz is on a roll since his dud of a season debut.
Daily News
Today
15 Points
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Sports Extra Point podcast: Shining some perspective on #MoreThanMean topic

WARNING: This episode of Extra Point may contain some language offensive to listeners.Rachel Axon is joined by USA TODAY Sports colleagues Christine Brennan and Nancy Armour to discuss the recent #MoreThanMean video released by the Just Not Sports podcast as a public service announcement for online harassment of female sports reporters.
USA Today
Today
7 Points
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Ryan Fitzpatrick not planning on sitting out in 2016 despite Jets contract stalemate, sources 

Bill Wippert/AP Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets are feuding over how much money the QB deserves. Related Stories Mehta: Jets should resist going after QB in first round of draft Three players Jets could take in first round of NFL Draft Mehta: QB standoff suggest Jets aren't serious about playoffs Tags: new york jets , nfl , ryan fitzpatrick .
Daily News
29/04
16 Points
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Sports NFL draft: Live updates from Chicago

Final NFL mock draft from USA TODAY Sports' Nate DavisThe pre-event blockbuster trades and free agent maneuvers are done .
USA Today
29/04
6 Points
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Raiders owner says he wants to move team to Las Vegas, would spend $500M as part of deal for new stadium 

Taxes and private funds would cover the rest of the endeavor, according to ESPN. Ben Margot/AP Raiders owner Mark Davis wants to move the team out of Oakland. "LIKE" US HERE"If we give them an offer they can't refuse, and that's what we're talking about now, I don't see a problem," Davis said.  Related Stories Las Vegas Raiders. The proposed stadium would seat 65,000.None of this has been approved by Goodell yet, and the league has long shied away from Vegas as frequently as possible.
Daily News
29/04
3 Points
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Islanders coach Jack Capuano leaves game after being hit in face with puck 

Jack Capuano took a deflected puck to the face, left the bench with a towel on his face pic.twitter.com/SgIp2PH8aC. Islanders coach Jack Capuano leaves after taking a puck to the eye in the third period. It just fortunately caught me at the tip of the nose and was nothing real serious.”Added Isles captain John Tavares: “I think at first we thought it was in his eye, and then we heard when he went off that it wasn’t, they said that it was in his nose, so we didn’t feel as bad.
Daily News
28/04
11 Points
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Dean Wessel, who designed Chicago Bulls logo 50 years ago, was never paid

Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images Dean Wessel, who designed the original Chicago Bulls logo that was adopted in 1966,was never paid for his creation, but rather received free tickets to games. Dean Wessel, who designed the original Chicago Bulls logo that was adopted in 1966, never got paid for his creation.“He never saw a dime, and he kicked himself in his older age and wished he would have done something to make his life easier, but really when it gets right down to what one's legacy is .
Daily News
27/04
26 Points
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