Stan Kroenke Rumors
Altitude, a Kroenke-owned independent regional sports network, argues that Comcast has negotiated with illegal business tactics that “make no economic sense” in a plot to buy or eliminate the RSN after their contract expired in September 2019. Comcast contends that Altitude is conflating a “routine commercial disagreement” with a violation of antitrust laws.
For the first time, Kroenke Sports Charities is hosting an auction featuring one-of-a-kind items from the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rapids and Colorado Mammoth with 100% of the proceeds benefitting local food agencies including Food Bank of the Rockies, Metro Caring, Project Angel Heart and Volunteers of America Colorado.
Available through 8 p.m. MDT on Thursday, May 21, the auction includes 60 items. Included are multiple signed balls and jerseys from Nuggets players such as Nikola Jokic, Jamal Murray, Michael Porter, Jr. and many more. In addition, the auction also features an autographed Jokic jersey from the 2019 All-Star game and a ball signed by the 2019-20 Nuggets team.
Harrison Wind: Stan and Josh Kroenke just announced the creation of a Kroenke Sports & Entertainment COVID-19 relief fund to further assist their employees impacted by the pandemic. The Kroenke Family Foundation will be leading with the first donation into the Fund in the amount of $500,000.
Before settling on the current site, the Clippers explored locations as far south as Long Beach, according to the report, in addition to several areas in Los Angeles including Boyle Heights and near Union Station. They also had discussions with owners of the Forum and the L.A. Stadium and Entertainment District, which is being developed by Rams owner Stan Kroenke.