The sports world is slightly upside-down this week. The Lakers keep losing, the Wizards keep winning, and Duke-Syracuse was a relatively meaningless game in the annals of their rivalry.
Valuable Marketing Insights For Teams and Clubs
There was a time when posting a flyer for league sign-ups on a community board or rec center wall was enough to get the word out about your sports organization.
With today’s expansive digital landscape, there are countless ways to promote your business, or even advertise key items like events and registration. With the solutions from TeamSnap’s free ebook “How To Advertise Your Organization,” the options don’t have to strain your bank account.
Different methods for advertising your club
How $50 a month can help impact your website
Leverage online groups to get your message out
Optimizing your site for paid search
Take a look at the options available for you to use to raise awareness, increase sign-ups and ultimately get more athletes in the game.
NFL: Titans 2020 first-round draft pick OT Isaiah Wilson tweeted he’s “done with football as a Titan.”
NBA: The Rockets are set to waive four-time All-Star DeMarcus Cousins, according to The Athletic. Also: Veteran center Pau Gasol announced he is headed to Spain to play for Barcelona.
MLB: The Tigers agreed to terms with veteran right-hander Julio Teheran on a minor-league contract with an invite to spring training.
No. 17 Kansas at No. 14 Texas
Watch: 9 p.m. ET, ESPN
Odds: Texas -2.5 || O/U 138.5
Pick: The Jayhawks are riding a five-game winning streak and the Longhorns have dropped four of six, but Kansas’ shooting woes are still a problem. Look for Texas to bounce back — take the points and the under.
Who ya got? Reply to this newsletter with your prediction of the Texas-Kansas winner, final score and leading scorer. Nail it and you get a mention in the next edition of Sports Section. Don’t forget to include your Twitter handle.
Shoutout: Yesterday, we asked subscribers to predict the winner, score and first goal-scorer of Lightning-Hurricanes. Tampa won 4-2 and Carolina’s Jesper Fast scored first.
David Nagelberg (@SportsGuruDave) gets a back-to-back shoutout for predicting a 3-1 Lightning victory. No one else had the Lightning (including us) and no one had Fast.