WDRB reports on the future of naming rights for the Yum center. You can check out the article here, or view the video below. http://www.wdrb.com/clip/14207632/sunday-edition-yum-and-done-decision-on-louisville-arena-naming-rights-coming-in-2018
Coach Cal has been on record as far back as 2010 that Kentucky should have an NBA team. Check out his thoughts here via ESPN.
NBA2LOU Update | “Getting NBA Ready” When: Wednesday, September 26 at 6 PM – 9 PM Where: Falls City Brewing Company 901 East Liberty Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40204 Open to the public: - Meet and greet with NBA2LOU investors - Dan Issel gives an update on NBA2LOU - Falls City specials - Bearno’s pizza on-site - Kentucky Colonels / NBA2LOU gear on-site Click [...]
Former GLI President Steve Higdon joins NBA2LOU Board Eight Local Municipalities Formerly Support NBA2LOU Initiative New Study Ranks Louisville Near Top for NBA Expansion Louisville, Ky. - August 7, 2018 - Steve Higdon, former CEO of Greater Louisville Inc. and current chief development officer at Private Client Services, has joined the board of directors of [...]
Check out Wave3's coverage of report commissioned by the mayor of Richmond to study that city's major league sport potential. The consulting firm Hunden Strategic Partners looked at market size, wealth, population growth and other factors. Louisville ranked 2nd on the list of cities ready to host a major league franchise and 4th on their [...]
Cheatsheet.com ranks the top 15 possible homes for a new NBA franchise and Louisville comes in at #9. (A little low, if you ask us.) You can check out the article here.
Audubon Park city councilor Andrew J. Klump's op/ed piece in the Courier-Journal calls for support of the NBA2LOU movement. https://www.courier-journal.com/story/opinion/contributors/2018/05/25/good-if-local-cities-support-nba-louisville/637268002/
Dan Issel said taxpayers won't have to do any lifting to bring an NBA franchise to Louisville, a sentiment that echoed what Mayor Greg Fischer and state officials recently said regarding the need for private investment to fund the venture. The CJ's coverage of Dan Issel's address of the Louisville Forum can be found here.
WFPL feature on NBA2LOU's report at the Louisville Forum. https://wfpl.org/group-aiming-to-bring-nba-team-to-louisville-gives-progress-report/
Check out Louisville Business First reporter Marty Finley's take on the NBA2LOU movement. "NBA hall-of-famer Dan Issel did not mince words Tuesday morning while addressing members of the Greater Louisville Inc. Top Investors program at the Omni Louisville Hotel." https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/news/2018/04/24/nba-to-louisville-local-investors-say-its-our-turn.html