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Darren Rovell

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Sports Business Reporter — ESPN

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Julius Erving sells majority rights to 'Dr. J' name, image

espn.com — 12:16 PM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC Pro Basketball Hall of Famer Julius Erving sold majority rights to his name and image to Authentic Brands Group on Tuesday.

76ers acquire esports teams Dignitas and Apex

espn.com — 6:29 AM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC The Philadelphia 76ers will become the first North American professional sports team to own an esports team.

Dodgers limit Vin Scully merchandise at Scully's request

abcnews.go.com — Fans looking to walk away with a Vin Scully collectible, besides the bobblehead and coin giveaways at Dodger Stadium this week, will be hard pressed to find one. That's because Scully himself requested that anything that was done to be limited. Los Angeles Dodgers spokesperson...

Lack of merchandise for Vin Scully's retirement by design at his request

espn.com — 10:24 AM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC Fans looking to walk away with a Vin Scully collectible, besides the bobblehead and coin giveaways at Dodger Stadium this week, will be hard pressed to find one.

Cubs, MLB file suit against Wrigleyville vendors

espn.com — 4:04 PM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC The Chicago Cubs and the licensing arm of Major League Baseball sued Wrigleyville vendors on Thursday, accusing them of selling counterfeit merchandise around Wrigley Field and infringing on trademarks owned by the team and the league.

Oregon will dress like actual ducks against Colorado

espn.com — 10:01 AM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC The Oregon Ducks will be dressed as actual ducks when they play conference foe Colorado at home Saturday night.

Poll: Niners QB Colin Kaepernick most disliked player in league

abcnews.go.com — Colin Kaepernick is now the most disliked player in the NFL. That's at least according to a recent poll of Americans by E-Poll Marketing Research, which asked 1,100 people whose demographics were representative of the general population. The poll, taken last week, revealed that...

Marshawn Lynch looking to score with chocolate bars

espn.com — 5:46 PM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC Former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is expanding his business empire again.

NFL partner selling Super Bowl ticket packages on open market

espn.com — 1:02 PM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC For the first time, the NFL began selling Super Bowl tickets on the open market on Wednesday.

San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is most disliked player in NFL, according to poll by E-Poll Marketing Research

espn.com — 4:20 PM ET Darren RovellESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC Colin Kaepernick is now the most disliked player in the NFL.
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"Preseason is just a way to screw fans out of money." -- Charles Barkley in 1992

Sep 28, 2016

"If you want to know if I take steroids, how fast I drive or why I was carrying that gun, call me at 1-900-234-JOSE." --Canseco ad in 1989

Sep 28, 2016

This Week In 1989: @josecanseco becomes 1st athlete to have a 1-900 number. Fans paid $2 for 1st minute, $1 per minute after that. https://t.co/T6jIN2OkmD

Sep 27, 2016

Sick of bad Crying Jordan photoshops. But good ones, like this one after the Bears lost Sunday night, are still gold (H/T @clarencehilljr) https://t.co/0jgfDFIpTJ

Sep 27, 2016

RT @germanotes: Nike spent $1 billion this quarter on marketing and endorsement expenses, up 25% largely due to spending on Olympics and Euro tournament.

Sep 27, 2016

20 Years Ago This Week: Jim Harbaugh leads Indianapolis Colts to a 4-0 start with a victory over the Dolphins https://t.co/9kXzEIr9T2


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