Hornets President & COOhas long been a staple in the Charlotte community, and this weekend he will balance a two-game homestand with several local philanthropic efforts ahead of MLK Day. The Hornets host the Jazz on Friday night ahead of a Saturday night tilt against the Thunder, and Whitfield will be at Spectrum Center for both matchups before a jam-packed Monday. He spoke toabout his holiday plans, how he spends his time during home games and his focus on giving back to his community.
SBD/January 5, 2018/People and Pop Culture
Weekend Plans With T'Wolves CEO Ethan Casson: Playoff Quest, Minnesota Happenings
By Thomas Leary, Staff Writer
Published January 5, 2018
T’Wolves & Lynx CEO ETHAN CASSON likes what he is seeing across the Minnesota sports scene, with the Vikings contending to play in a home Super Bowl and his own team firmly entrenched in the NBA Western Conference playoff race. Casson, who cold called his way into the sports ...
SBD/December 22, 2017/People and Pop Culture
Weekend Plans With Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment's Hugh Weber
By Thomas Leary, Staff Writer
Published December 22, 2017
It will be a relaxing holiday for Devils President HUGH WEBER , who is headed to the Lake Wylie area in North Carolina to spend time with some extended family in the coming days. It has been a busy year for the exec, who saw his NHL team come together with the 76ers under one roof with ...
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