Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Associated Press 1, AJC 0

The Associated Press gets the story right on Ron Terwilliger and the Dream:

Atlanta Dream owner Ron Terwilliger is looking to sell part of the second-year WNBA franchise.
A team statement says Terwilliger has been seeking investment partners before the Dream started their inaugural season in 2008. The statement also says Terwilliger still wants to remain an investor, even if other investors buy a large part.

Funny, you'd think a local news service would have clearer and more accurate reporting than a national one, particularly regarding a matter close to home. But as far as the AJC is concerned, the Dream is as mysterious as a Mongolian water dispute.

1 comment:

afoundingfan said...

Funny, we were just talking about sexism at the AJC sports pages, and lo and behold,here comes an article about all the pro athletes who have come to call Atlanta their home.

I know this is shocking---SHOCKING--but no mention of the many female pros--past and present--who live in Atlanta.

Truly, the AJC isn't worthy of wiping a junkyard dog's diarrhea off the sidewalk.