Month: April 2022

German Leagues Lose Over $1B In Revenue

The Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 have lost more than $1.1 billion in revenue since the COVID-19 pandemic started two years ago.

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Majority of New Yorkers Oppose Providing $850M For Bills Stadium

New Yorkers are unhappy with a Gov. Kathy Hochul’s plan to fund the Buffalo Bills new stadium, according to a poll.

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Twenty EFL Teams Urge Ban on Gambling Deals

A group of 20 English Football League and non-league soccer clubs have urged the U.K. government to follow through with a blanket ban on gambling-related sponsorships.

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March Madness Ratings, Attendance Up Ahead of Final Fours

From ratings to ticket sales, there’s major momentum going into both the men’s and women’s Final Fours this weekend.

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Are 76ers Pondering James Harden's $260M Extension?

James Harden is set to make roughly $260 million this summer, but some in Philadelphia are reportedly skeptical about the extension.

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San Francisco Giants Open $65M Training Facility

The San Francisco Giants unveiled a revamped training facility in Arizona. The facility will be used year-round.

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Bruno Fernandes Signs Extension With Manchester United

The midfielder doubled his salary to $16.4 million with a contract that will now run through 2026.

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For $50M, Rams Form New Big Three with Bobby Wagner

Donald, Wagner, and Ramsey have the three most Defensive First-Team All-Pro selections in the league since 2016. Los Angeles economically bolsters its defense after the departure of Von Miller.

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Giannis Tops Kareem As Bucks’ All-Time Leading Scorer

Giannis Antetokounmpo became the Bucks’ all-time leading scorer, and joined Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s company. But that isn’t all — his $39.3M AAV dwarfs Kareem’s $500,000 annual salary with the Bucks.

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Djokovic Hits 7 Years As World No. 1 Despite Absence

The 34-year-old has been in the top spot a total of 364 non-consecutive weeks — 54 more all-time than Roger Federer.

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