March 21, 2013

NFL May Add More London Games in ’14


(from Sports Business Journal, March 18, 2013) If you were to go back 10 years and ask someone in Europe what football was, they would more than likely tell you that it was the same as soccer; if you were to go up to someone in England today and ask what football was, they would […]

February 28, 2013

In Sacramento, No ‘Moving Sale’ on Kings Seats


(from Sports Business Journal, February 18, 2013) It’s no secret that in the last 5 to 10 years, that the NBA’s Sacramento Kings have become the NBA’s worst team; not just the worst team as far as records go, but the worst team in terms of finances and attendance too.  The Kings’ organization has been performing so poorly for so long that the idea of relocating […]

October 11, 2012

Drexel Hosting Squash Events as Tool to Strengthen Programs


(from Sports Business Journal, October 1, 2012) The dream of every college is to compete at the highest level of athletics and academics, and to generate as much revenue as possible while competing at that high level.  Unfortunately, some colleges simply don’t have the money, student population, or proper venues to compete at these levels. […]

September 27, 2012

Suns, city put $10M into US Airways Center


(from Sports Business Journal, September 17, 2012) While the Phoenix Suns players and their fans have been preparing for the start of another much anticipated NBA season this upcoming winter, their city and their organization have been busy renovating the place that they call home.  The US Airways Center has been the home court for […]