Month: April 2022

Formula 1 Gets Green Light for Lavish Miami Weekend

A judge declined to block Formula 1’s inaugural race in Miami. The lawsuit, brought by local residents, could continue on after the race.

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Kentucky Guard with Zero Minutes Could Become $5M Lottery Pick

Shaedon Sharpe is projected to go as high as top five, which would earn a solid rookie salary. The highly recruited guard didn’t play his freshman year.

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Stephen Curry Is Launching His Own Golf Tour, Championship

The NBA superstar has added the sport to his UNDERRATED lifestyle brand to increase opportunities for underrepresented individuals.

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Outspent By $37M, Celtics Are Outplaying Nets

The Celtics allocated their money in all the right places — starting with coach Ime Udoka and DPOY Marcus Smart. Now they’re up 2-0 on the Nets.

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Shohei Ohtani's Extension Leverage Would Soar with 2nd MVP

The Angels’ generational talent is in line for a massive contract extension.

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Jay Wright, 5th-Highest-Paid Coach, Ends Legendary Career

The two-time Coach of the Year won national titles with Villanova in 2016 and 2018. Wright has coached nine current NBA players.

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Astros Shatter Sales Record with Space City Jersey Launch

Houston beat the previous City Connect record by 329%. The team has already done 36% more in online sales than last season’s highest-selling team.

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Pat McAfee’s Next Move Could Be ‘Thursday Night Football’

The talk show host, WWE commentator, and former NFL punter is reportedly in talks with Amazon to join its first live sports coverage

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Netflix Exec Talks F1, Games But Taps Brakes On Live Sports

Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos said that the company would “have to see a path to growing a big revenue stream” before adding live sports.

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Lululemon's 'Bold' $12.5B Growth Plan Includes Menswear

On Wednesday, Lululemon announced an ambitious five-year business plan following a historic fiscal year.

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