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The former CEO of MGM Resorts International expects Las Vegas will get a National Basketball Association franchise within the next few years. Speaking today at ...

Former MGM exec: Expect an NBA team in Las Vegas

The former CEO of MGM Resorts International expects Las Vegas will get a National Basketball Association franchise within the next few years. Speaking today at ...

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    The NBA has long embraced Las Vegas even when other major professional sports leagues were intent on keeping their distance. That’s largely been forgotten with ...

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    College hoops powerhouses on the Strip and a menorah lighting Downtown.

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    T.J. Otzelberger hasn’t coached a game at UNLV yet, but the hard work of building the program back into a contender began the the minute ...

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    She's ready to get back on the court and reconnect with Las Vegas: "I love being in the community, being there for people to lean ...

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    Also: Saweetie at Light and Cockroach Theatre’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist.

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    A country concert honoring victims of October 1.

  • SportsThomas & MackBasketball

    The idea of Las Vegas as home to an NBA franchise has swirled on and off, with varying degrees of intensity, for more than a ...

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    When, how and why to attend Aces, Lights and 51s games.

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    "Everybody wants to see what we can do, but you still have to put a sustainable product out there to get people to come.”

  • Incidental Tourist

    Adding a new sports team to Mandalay’s mix—and Las Vegas’—looks like a genius stroke.

  • Industry Weekly

    The city’s new WNBA team unveiled its name and logo this week at the House of Blues.

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    Cube will forever be linked to one of the biggest sports-event weekends in the history of Las Vegas.

  • A&E

    Also: a Broadway in the H.O.O.D. benefit and a skate-punk bash at the Dive.

  • A&E

    Could this be the year when college basketball returns to its traditional oligarchic state?

  • Industry Weekly

    “This year is probably going to be bigger than ever. There are no clear favorites, so there are that many more fans whose teams have ...

  • Intersection

    Should MGM Resorts’ Jim Murren convince an NBA team to move to town, which are the likely candidates?

  • SportsBasketballFeatured

    The games here are famous for their intensity. If you plan to take your shot, you’d best come ready.

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    Those who stayed for every single film of the marathon without leaving their cars for any, yes any, reason — would be rewarded with a ...

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    A son of Nevada rancher and states’ rights advocate Cliven Bundy was jailed in Henderson on warrants for violating a domestic violence restraining order ...

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    Nevada isn’t offering appointments or pre-registration for the public to receive the coronavirus vaccine. Rather, the state asks you complete a survey to be notified ...

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    Two people were slain in a shooting at an apartment complex Friday evening just east from the Las Vegas Strip, according to Metro Police. Multiple ...

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    Mass COVID-19 vaccinations for the general public could begin as early as next week in Las Vegas. Frontline healthcare workers, who became the first group ...

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    The coronavirus pandemic brought Las Vegas conventions to a jarring stop last year, but tourism officials hope trade shows gradually return in 2021. The World ...

  • AllSportsRaiders

    An NFL roster never stays the same from one season to the next, and almost always undergoes significant changes, so Jon Gruden knew the victory ...

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    Nevada is coming up short when it comes to the COVID-19: It’s in the bottom 10 states for vaccine distribution, and the federal government’s allocation ...

  • PoliticsNewsAll

    Newly elected Nevada Assemblywoman Annie Black of Mesquite was in Washington this week in support of President Donald Trump’s false claims of election fraud ...

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    A reckless driver trying to evade Bullhead City, Ariz., police crashed early Tuesday morning, leaving his passenger with life-threatening injuries ...

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    Funeral homes and the county coroner in Las Vegas are preparing for a post-holiday spike in coronavirus deaths by adding storage space for corpses.

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    Every winter thousands of visitors from the Las Vegas area head to Mount Charleston for a day of sledding on its idyllic, snowy slopes. But ...

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    Sheldon Adelson, who rose from a modest start as the son of an immigrant taxi driver to become a billionaire Republican powerbroker with a casino ...

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    An already tight Las Vegas-area housing market became even more condensed last month, according to a report released today. Continuing a trend seen during the ...

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    Las Vegas developer Lorenzo Doumani hopes a planned off-Strip resort will attract a wide range of customers, especially tech companies in town for conventions.

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    Westgate Las Vegas resident headliner Barry Manilow has postponed February, March and May scheduled performances for later in the year ...

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    Andrew Magness teaches his students at Valley High School that the U.S. Capitol building is a symbol of democracy. So, when a mob of pro-President ...

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    Las Vegas attractions: Wynn’s revamped Lake of Dreams, the Adventuredome’s NebulaZ thrill ride and more.

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    A 29-year-old man is accused of killing his grandmother, who had been reported missing and whose remains were found Tuesday in Nye County, according to ...

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    Video conferencing meetings have skyrocketed and "people are looking at themselves from a camera positioned below them, often with poor lighting. You can see a ...