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NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Ratings

by on Mar.27, 2011, under ALL, NCAAB

Those of you who have been watching March Madness this year, you are not alone! The 2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship across TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV has been dubbed the most-watched tournament since 2005, averaging 9.1 million total viewers, +11% from 8.2 million total viewers for CBS Sports’ 2010 coverage.

According to Nielsen Fast Nations, the overall tournament average-to-date, including the FIRST FOURВ®, is a 5.9/13 rating/share, +13% from a 5.2/12 for 2010.

Coverage of the regional finals on CBS on Saturday, March 26 averaged 9.9 million total viewers, the highest viewer average for the Saturday regional finals since 2005 (when both games went to OT).

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LA Football Stadium Update! AEG to build stadium

by on Nov.16, 2010, under ALL, NCAAB, NFL, SOCCER


The City of Industry is not really Los Angeles. There has been a group that has proposed building a stadium in the City of Industry, California, but now there are some big boys who are stepping up to the plate.

The group is AEG. They own the Staples Center and developed LA Live in downtown Los Angeles. And now they want to build a stadium in… (continue reading…)

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John Wooden passes away – A few thoughts on the legendary man

by on Jun.05, 2010, under ALL, NCAAB

The Wizard of Westwood has left us after living for 99 years due to natural causes. В It is a sad time for us to lose such a special person, but Coach has left a very lasting impact.

In todays business world, the culture has influenced us that to believe that make it to the top you have to be cut-throat andВ vicious. В Good guys don’t make it to the top.

Coach proved to us that our world doesn’t work that way. В His morals and work-ethic showed that the key is to find the right way to do things. В The best way to do things.

He dominated college basketball like no other team in history. В He had figured out how to do it, and continuously kept on doing it. В If his message and plan was cut-throat, his players would not have been able to sustain it for 10 straight national championships.

As much as I like Bob Knight, Wooden’s demeanor seemed to be the exact opposite. В I feel that Wooden and Phil Jackson have a lot in common that have made both so successful. В Both believe in being extremely well prepared. В I wonder if Wooden would not call timeouts during bad stretches in games so that his team could figure it out on its own.

PJ is all about “Zen” and the loyalty, poise, confidence that comes along with it. В Wooden’s “Pyramid of Success” has many of the same characteristics that he believed that every person should strive to attain. В Still, Wooden was the purist of the pure, and Phil or anyone else for that matter has a long way to go to ever be at the level of the Wizard.

RIP

Wooden's Pyramid of Success

Wooden's Pyramid of Success

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The Sports Business Association at UC Irvine

by on May.25, 2010, under ALL, NCAAB

Hello Sports World,

We just heard of some news happening this WEDNESDAY MAY 26, 2010 at UC Irvine.В  The Sports Business Association at UC Irvine will be hosting its first event of the quarter featuring former NBA Coach Russell Turner.

Russell Turner was named men’s basketball coach at UC Irvine Friday, April 9 2010. He has served the past six seasons as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association and also has held positions at Stanford University and Wake Forest University.

Turner’s numerous responsibilities under head coach Don Nelson at Golden State have included assisting with game planning, analyzing opponent tendencies and individual player skill development.

He has also served for five seasons as a coach for the Warriors’ summer-league entry in Las Vegas. He has participated actively in the NBA’s international outreach camps, including Basketball Without Borders, representing the league in Turkey, China and Lithuania. BWB uses basketball to create positive social change in education, health and wellness.

Listen to what he has to say about how to pursue a career in the sports industry; learn from his experiences working with the Golden State Warriors, Wake Forest, and Stanford; and come ready to ask him questions on how he will be rebuilding the UC Irvine Men’s Basketball program!

For more information check out the Facebook EVENT PAGE

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