Month: February 2022

Diamond Sports Group Looks To Swap $3B Of Distressed Bonds

Diamond Sports Group is looking to swap some of its distressed bonds to take out new loans and assist in launching a sports streaming app.

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DeMar DeRozan Is This Season’s Best FA Signing

DeRozan became the first player in Bulls history to score 35+ points on 50% shooting in six straight games. He signed a three-year, $82 million contract this past offseason — only the 44th-highest annual salary in the NBA.

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Should The Arizona Cardinals Extend or Trade Kyler Murray?

It’s fair to question Murray’s future with the Cardinals given his clear frustration after an opening-round postseason loss to the Rams.

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Novak Djokovic’s Holdout Will Cost Him More Than History

Novak Djokovic said that missing the French Open and Wimbledon “is the price that I’m willing to pay” for remaining unvaccinated.

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IOC Facing Questions Over Injuries To U.S. Snowboarder Julia Marino

The International Olympic Committee is facing questions over its treatment of Team USA silver medalist Julia Marino.

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U.S. Deal Vaults Premier League International Rights Over Domestic Rights

Premier League international media rights surpassed domestic rights for the first time. The U.S. accounted for much of the global increase.

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NFL Lobbied SEC on Crypto Issues

The NFL lobbied the SEC on issues related to blockchain technologies in the second half of 2021. It also lobbied on sports betting issues.

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Microsoft Will Let Activision Continue Making ‘Call of Duty’ for PlayStation

Last Wednesday, Microsoft announced it would allow Activision to continue making ‘Call of Duty’ for other platforms.

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Tom Brady's Religion of Sports Seeks $50M

Tom Brady’s production company, Religion of Sports, is looking to raise $50 million, which would value the company at $100 million.

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New Peloton CEO Not Interested In Sale

Peloton CEO Barry McCarthy, who stepped into the role last week, said he’s not interested in selling the company.

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