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Today the NBA plays in Vegas -- but could it stay in Vegas?

There is growing sentiment to put a franchise in the city, either by relocation or expansion, but the league must decide whether it's a good bet or a risky gamble

By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / February 18, 2007

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Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman makes all public appearances with a pair of showgirls by his side. Previewing his NBA All-Star Weekend itinerary, Goodman was worried that a schedule packed with meeting, greeting, and partying would lead to showgirl fatigue. So the mayor devised a game plan to keep himself flanked by skimpy, sequined outfits and oversized headdresses through tonight's ... (Full article: 1896 words)

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