The third name listed:
NETS OWNER BRUCE RATNER: Everyone remains intrigued by the prospect of an NBA team in Brooklyn, but can Ratner fight back the legal opposition and a sour economy to pull off the Atlantic Yards project?
Ratner's inclusion was notable, given that only one other sports team owner was part of the list. That suggests that the Brooklyn controversy is significantly on the national sports radar.
Detroit Lions Vice Chair William Clay Ford Jr.
Major League Baseball Network President and CEO Tony Pettiti
Nets Owner Bruce Ratner
NBA China CEO Tim Chen
PGA Tour Executive VP & CMO Tom Wade
U.S. Olympic Committee Chair Larry Probst
U.S. Tennis Association Executive Director Gordon Smith
Versus President Jamie Davis