“The Take” for Monday, August 1

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Let the Games Begin… This week, athletes start heading to Rio for the Summer Games, plumbing, Zika and pollution be damned. Russia’s delegation already is there, minus, of course, its track and field team, banned over its doping scandal. And Team USA is decked out again in red, white and blue, courtesy Ralph Lauren. Bonus: […]

“The Take” for Monday, July 25

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Charlotte flunks the All-Star test: Who will be next? The NBA last week made official what everyone expected: The league is moving the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte because of the league’s objection to the state’s House Bill 2, which limits anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the state. In a […]

“The Take” for Monday, July 18

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Hang down your head, Tom Brady… After nearly two years of the world trying to figure out the inflation of a football and how it gets deflated, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady announced Friday that he will not appeal his four-game Deflategate suspension to the U.S. Supreme Court, saying in a message on his Facebook page […]

“The Take” for Monday, July 11

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Just call her “Super Serena”… Because it’s hard to think of anyone who has dominated a sport more convincingly than Serena Williams. In winning Wimbledon this weekend. Serena tied Steffi Graf with her 22nd singles Grand Slam win. She now only trails Margaret Court, who has 24. But it wasn’t easy: After winning number 21 […]

“The Take” for Tuesday, July 5

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Here’s wishing you had a great 4th of July–we know Kevin Durant did… Oklahoma City star Kevin Durant broke a lot of hearts when he broke the bank Monday and announced he’ll be taking his talents to the Golden State Warriors next season. The free agent was the biggest prize in the off season and […]

“The Take” for Monday, June 27

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Make sure your Rio flight is a refundable ticket… This was supposed to be golf’s big showcase, its return to the Olympics with some of the biggest stars the game has ever seen. Instead, Tiger is out with health issues, and now Rory McIlroy says he won’t go to Rio either, because of Zika concerns. […]

“The Take” for Monday, June 20

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The Cleveland Curse ends as King James reigns again…   It’s been 52 years since the city of Cleveland has celebrated a major championship, but Sunday night the Cavs broke the curse by defeating Golden State in the decisive Game 7 of the NBA Finals, 93-89. In the process, Cleveland made history, becoming the first […]

Welcome Our Summer 2016 Interns!

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We’re always thrilled to welcome our new class of interns to Game Day Communications, and summer is always an especially exciting time here at GDC as projects and events increase with the warm weather. To welcome this new group, we decided to ask them a few “get to know me” type of questions.  We hope […]

“The Take” for Monday, June 13

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With thoughts and prayers going to Orlando for a tragic and heartbreaking weekend… Congratulations to Stanley Cup champs Pittsburgh Penguins… Sid the Kid and the Penguins survived a mid-season coaching change to win the second Stanley Cup of the Sidney Crosby era (first in 2009). The 3-1 win over San Jose in Sunday night’s Game […]

“The Take” for Monday, June 6

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The Greatest… You didn’t even have to say a name–all you had to do was say his self-proclaimed title. The passing of Muhammad Ali, while unexpected, was not a shock, given his failing health in recent months. The accolades for him continue to come in, even as his family and his home town of Louisville […]