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Adam Candee

Sports Business Reporter

Reporting on Raiders stadium, Vegas Golden Knights and other sports business issues in Southern Nevada

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  • Sports

    Monday, April 3, 2017

    Las Vegas NFL: After more than a year of anxious courtship (and dramatic politics surrounding the big money), the Raiders have ...

  • Business

    Friday, March 31, 2017

    Years before they open their new $1.9 billion home, the Las Vegas Raiders need to line up a few wealthy houseguests. What major events follow the Raiders and co-tenant UNLV football into the 65,000-seat facility will determine much of the project’s success, as the two teams will combine to occupy the building fewer than ...

  • Breaking News

    Tuesday, March 28, 2017

    Raiders coach Jack Del Rio grabbed a cup of coffee and sized up the large group of reporters surrounding his table at the AFC coaches breakfast at the Arizona Biltmore resort. “What might be on your minds?” Del Rio said jokingly. Here are ...

  • Breaking News

    Monday, March 27, 2017

    The Las Vegas Raiders are official. The Oakland Raiders will move to Las Vegas and begin playing in the desert starting with the 2020 season. National Football League owners approved the team’s application to relocate to Southern Nevada at their annual meeting this morning at ...

  • UNLV

    Monday, March 27, 2017

    In the heart of the Sonoran desert stands the Arizona Biltmore resort, a stunning oasis built in 1929 that long has served as a getaway for the famous and fabulous. Wealth and power will gather at the Biltmore again this week as National Football League owners ...

  • Breaking News

    Wednesday, March 22, 2017

    Blending scarlet and gray with silver and black on top of green will present a tricky art project at the proposed NFL football stadium in Las Vegas. While most ...

  • Sports

    Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

    The Vegas Golden Knights will play their first game in the National Hockey League next season without the full moniker of the city in which they reside. The bold decision of Golden Knights owner Bill Foley to drop “Las” from the team’s name generated both rebuke from ...