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Daily Archives: 29th January 2018

Reports: LA Clippers agree to trade Blake Griffin to Detroit Pistons

The LA Clippers have agreed to trade Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons, according to reports from David Aldridge of TNT, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN and Shams Charania of Yahoo. The Clippers have agreed to a deal to send Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons, league sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) January 29, 2018</… News

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United Airlines Memorial Coliseum: Name change for one of LA's historic venues

It’s a new day for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The site of the first-ever Super Bowl in 1967, as well as, the current home field for USC and the LA Rams, will be known as the United Airlines Memorial Coliseum. Groundbreaking for the Coliseum renovations broke ground on Monday, kicking off a two-year, $ 270-million project. The Coliseum will ...

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Gary Bettman says Calgary needs new arena for Olympics (but IOC disagrees)

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has reiterated that he doesn’t feel there’s a path forward for a new arena in Calgary anytime soon. Bettman spoke to Hockey Night in Canada’s Ron MacLean at the NHL All-Star game, where he expressed his thoughts on the standoff between the City of Calgary and the Calgary Flames over building a replacement for the Saddledome. “From talking ...

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Despite disappointment, 'Bold North' eager to show off for Super Bowl

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Despite disappointment that their Minnesota Vikings won’t be the first team to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium, state officials and team owners opened their arms to Super Bowl fans on Monday as they kicked off a week of events before Sunday’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. More Vikings coverage </d… ...

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MPs Agree To Fast-Track Workplace Harassment Law

OTTAWA — There is nothing new about sexual harassment on Parliament Hill, says Employment Minister Patty Hajdu, but it is time to get serious about supporting its victims and stopping it from happening in the first place. “We talk a lot about getting women into politics and if we can’t actually protect the women staffers in our own workplaces, we ...

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