November 2004 in sports

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  • Ice hockey: Forbes magazine issues a report that is in concurrence with the NHLPA's contention that the NHL's financial data which they used to justify imposing an ongoing lockout on the players is not accurate. Forbes claims the league actually lost $96 million in 2003–04 and $123 million 2002–03, less than half the $224 million and $273 million losses reported for those respective seasons by the league. The NHL claims Forbes' report to be "factually inaccurate", while the union points to Forbes' reputation.
  • NBA: The NBA and Alburra TV, a satellite television network shown in 22 Middle Eastern countries, announce a new contract agreement that would expand NBA television coverage to the Middle East. (NBA)

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