Month: May 2022

Chelsea Saga Nears End, Boehly Group Takeover Imminent

Executives are reportedly preparing to formally announce Todd Boehly’s consortium as Chelsea FC’s preferred bidder to the U.K. government.

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Formula 1 Drives Liberty Media to $2.19B Quarter

Formula 1 is off to a hot start this week ahead of the Miami Grand Prix, as its parent company reports a promising start to the fiscal year.

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DraftKings Raises Guidance Amid $468M Quarterly Loss

DraftKings raised its revenue guidance for the financial year, but the sportsbook has taken a hit amid concerns over profitability.

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Knicks Were Most Expensive NBA Ticket For 12th Straight Season

Despite missing the playoffs eight of the last nine seasons, the Knicks charged a group of four an average $937 to watch one game.

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80 PGA Tour Pros Have Requested Releases To Play In LIV Golf Invitational

Former World No. 1 Lee Westwood is the latest to confirm his request to play in LIV’s inaugural event in June.

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Unlikely Kentucky Derby Favorite Zandon Eyes $1.9M Prize

The Kentucky-bred colt is a 3-1 favorite in the 148th Run for the Roses on Saturday at Churchill Downs.

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Igor Shesterkin Continues to Easily Justify Rangers Extension

New York signed him to a four-year, $22.7M contract before the season. Shesterkin led the NHL regular season in save percentage (.935) and GAA (2.07).

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With New $1M Coach, Aces Poised for 1st WNBA Title

The Las Vegas Aces kick off the season as favorites to win the WNBA title with new coach Becky Hammon at the helm.

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MVP and Businessman: Mookie Betts Continues to Master It All

The Dodgers star spoke to FOS about his production company, MLB’s superteam, and of course, bowling.

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Naming Rights Could Open For Buffalo Bills' Billion-Dollar Stadium

Naming rights for the Buffalo Bills’ new stadium could come up for grabs again as Super Bowl contending team plans a move into new $1.4 billion facility.

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