Why The Raiders May Hold The Keys To The A’s Leaving Oakland

Earlier today, the NFL sent out a press release notifying members of the media that the October 6 San Diego Chargers versus Oakland Raiders game would be postponed by seven hours and begin at 11:35 p.m. ET.  Other than the obvious–that this move may make this week five match-up the latest game in NFL history–other implications possibly arise from this move by the NFL. As … Continue reading Why The Raiders May Hold The Keys To The A’s Leaving Oakland

The Phoenix Coyotes Ownership Saga Almost Reaches An End

By:  Christian Deme, Ruling Sports intern (Twitter:  @TheSportingBiz) The Phoenix Coyotes ownership saga that has dragged on for four years has finally seen a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. The National Hockey League has owned the Coyotes since 2009 after former owner Jerry Moyes put the team into bankruptcy. Since 2009, various bids by potential buyers have fallen through, as recently as last … Continue reading The Phoenix Coyotes Ownership Saga Almost Reaches An End

No Slam Dunk: Memphis Seeks Legal Action Against the NBA for the Lockout

The first two weeks of the NBA season have been canceled, as both the NBA and NBPA continue to work toward reaching a settlement to end the lockout imposed by team owners after the parties’ most recent collective bargaining agreement expired. As both sides bunker down for long hours with federal mediator George Cohen, third-parties are contemplating their own reactions to the fiscal effects of … Continue reading No Slam Dunk: Memphis Seeks Legal Action Against the NBA for the Lockout