Wednesday, July 23, 2014
 
 
 
The breakup of LeBron James and Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was beyond bitter. Once aligned as basketball partners, James and Gilbert could barely stand the sight of each other during Miami's games in Cleveland the past four years. Cleveland, without a major sports championship to celebrate in almost 50 years, is praying for a reunion.  [READ MORE]
 
NBA Summer League, MLB All Stars  [READ MORE]
 
Doesn't matter that he'll be working here for the next couple of years ... and making MILLIONS ... NBA draft pick Joel Embiid says he won't be celebrating the 4th today because he's not American. Embiid -- who hails from Cameroon -- was limping out of dinner at Boa Steakhouse in Hollywood last night when we asked him about his plans for the holiday ... and the guy gave us a very honest answer. The good news for 76ers fans -- Embiid was moving around pretty good on his right foot ...  [READ MORE]
 
Kim Kardashian has cemented her status as the queen of the famous-for-being-famous this year, raking in an estimated $28 million over the last 12 months. The bulk of the Los Angeles-based beauty’s fortune is now derived from sources other than her show, however. For instance, in 2013-2014 she made more cash from public appearances — that is, showing up at club and shop openings, parties, or events — than she did for any of her television work.  [READ MORE]
 
After a generation of extensive youth soccer participation, hosting a World Cup, and modest success in a few of the tournaments, interest in professional soccer has expanded over the last from a purely cult following to a recognizable brand. Attendance per game at MLS games has grown to just under 20,000, which puts its slightly higher than the NBA or NHL. In spite of its growth over the past 20 years, the seasonal-World-Cup-oriented nature to the demand in the U.S.  [READ MORE]
 
After a generation of extensive youth soccer participation, hosting a World Cup, and modest success in a few of the tournaments, interest in professional soccer has expanded over the last from a purely cult following to a recognizable brand. Attendance per game at MLS games has grown to just under 20,000, which puts its slightly higher than the NBA or NHL. In spite of its growth over the past 20 years, the seasonal-World-Cup-oriented nature to the demand in the U.S.  [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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