Month: April 2020

NIL Developments Get Support From NCAA

The NCAA’s Board of Governors has moved to support rule changes to allow student-athletes to get paid for their name, image, and likeness in a much-anticipated overhaul of the organization’s […]

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NCAA Takes Another Step Towards Athlete Endorsements and Compensation

The NCAA’s Board of Governors has moved to support rule changes to allow student-athletes to receive compensation for their name, image, and likeness in a much-anticipated modernization of the organization’s […]

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Bulls Break Out Old Photos For ‘Last Dance’ Era Social Media Archive

Deep in the confines of the United Center lies a binder of undeveloped photos. It lives in a corner of the Chicago Bulls offices, and only appears during office tours […]

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College Social Accounts Piggyback Off NFL Draft Success

The 2020 NFL Draft operated with few hiccups despite its virtual shift, drawing a record-setting number of viewers across all three days of its coverage. That benefited the league and […]

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2020 Olympics Cancellation Outlook

The 2020 Summer Olympic Games were already likely among the single largest casualties of the coronavirus outbreak, but there potentially is even more dire news for the Tokyo event. Should […]

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Baseball On The Fourth Of July?

Baseball could be back by the Fourth of July. The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal ran through different Major League Baseball scenarios, including saying “the most realistic time range for Opening Day” […]

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G League Claims Another One

Another five-star basketball recruit has decided to head to the new G League development program. The league announced point guard Daishen Nix has decommitted from UCLA to pursue the new […]

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Q&A: Call of Duty League Commissioner Johanna Faries on Debut Season Lessons

Activision Blizzard appointed Johanna Faries as commissioner of Call of Duty Esports in the summer of 2019 – one year after she joined the company. That was preceded by more […]

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ESPN+ Subscribers Face 15-Month Wait for The Last Dance

Sports networks have found a solution that could both satisfy existing customers desperate for live sports and hopefully lure back cord-cutters in the process: can’t-miss programming they won’t find anywhere […]

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