MainGate Inc. is anticipating a solid six-figure payday as one of about 10 NBA-licensed companies selling Cleveland Cavaliers merchandise in the wake of the team’s NBA title over the Golden State Warriors.
The Score comes to you in a new roundup format. Featured is a local merchandising company, the Indy 500's latest commercial deal and a look at how technology has changed the way the Pacers condition their players. Plus, a look at the cost of attending The Masters.
A change to long-standing NBA regulations regarding marketing areas could mean a solid seven-figure windfall for the Indiana Pacers. The team can now market to places like Fort Wayne, Louisville, Lexington and Champaign.
Fieldhouse staffers will work around the clock to host 54 youth, high school, college and NBA games during an unprecedented 43-day stretch. The events are projected to score the city an economic impact of more than $40 million.
The Pacers are the only professional sports team that owes its survival to a telethon, and that strange story is being told between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday as part of ESPN’s "30 for 30" shorts series.
Indiana Pacers President Rick Fuson's trip to Toronto next week is the first outward sign the team and perhaps the city have a serious interest in hosting the NBA All-Star Game for the first time since 1985.