Check out Vavel.com's article about NBA2LOU's contribution to making Louisville the NBA's next franchise home. https://www.vavel.com/en-us/nba/2018/02/23/883719-why-louisville-deserves-a-nba-team.html
SBNation's Seattle Supersonics site, sonicsrising.com, discusses Louisville's preparations for an NBA bid and how that effects Seattle and other NBA hopefuls. The league’s formal position on expansion is going to be “no” right up until the day it becomes “yes”. There will be no warning. There will be no transition period. On the day that answer [...]
You can check out Kentucky.com's coverage of Dan Issel's appointment as President of NBA2LOU here.
Sports Illustrated's Scooby Axson reports on NBA2LOU's work toward an NBA franchise in Louisville. "Commissioner Silver said the NBA would be flattered that Louisville wanted a team,” former NBA player Dan Issel said. “He said right now there is no timetable for expansion. That will be their stance until they start accepting applications. ... What we [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dianne Timmering 561-301-7401 firstname.lastname@example.org Basketball Great Dan Issel Named President of "NBA 2 Louisville" Initiative Organization to Make Louisville "NBA-Ready" to Attract Franchise to Commonwealth Louisville, Ky. - February 15, 2018 - Dan Issel, former NBA and ABA all-star and All-American at the University of Kentucky, has been named president [...]
WHAS11 weighs in on the possibility if NBA relocation to Possibility City. You can see the story here.
The podcast "Full-Court Finance"explores the growing international business of the NBA at the halfway point of the 2017-18 season. Check out the podcast and article here.
Boris Ladwig at Insider Louisville reports on the bond upgrade for the Yum Center, paving the way for refinancing. You can ready the article here.
RealSport101.com weighs in on possible NBA expansion locations, and Louisville is right near the top of their list. You can read their take here.
(Pictured from left to right: Dianne Timmering, Rodney McCray, David Vance, Steve Higdon, Marvin Roberts, Joe Steier, Louie Dampier, J. Bruce Miller, and Artis Gilmore) There are bigger and crazier sport fans than me, but I would still weigh in on the "serious supporter" side of sports enthusiasts -- and the recent [...]