California

Sports Betting Revenue Hit Record-Setting $4.3B in 2021

Sports betting revenue hit an all-time high in the U.S. in 2021. That record may not last long as 2022 is off to a roaring start.

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A’s $12B Ballpark Plan in Oakland Clears Hurdle

The Oakland A’s have been granted approval by the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission to build a new ballpark.

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Vanessa Bryant Unveils Kobe and Gigi "Dream Court" in Anaheim

The basketball court dedicated to the late Laker star and his daughter is located in the California city’s Pearson Park neighborhood.

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Jordan Poole Has Already Earned His Warriors Extension

Jordan Poole is playing himself into an expensive contract, one that’ll likely keep Golden State in the luxury tax for years to come.

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Trial Over $320M Angel Stadium Development Plan Underway

A trial over whether Anaheim illegally sold land to the Angels’ owner has begun. A decision is expected in around 30 days.

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University of San Francisco Is Your Ticket to the Game

Across all sports, athletes who want to make the team can earn their spot at try-outs. For people looking to get in the business of sports, the path is less […]

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Activision Blizzard Faces SEC Probe

Activision Blizzard is facing a probe from the Securities and Exchange Commission over investor communications around sex harassment claims.

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What Pac-12’s New Rapid COVID-19 Tests Mean for Sports Return

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott called the acquisition of rapid daily COVID-19 tests a “game changer,” but coudn’t provide a new start date.

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$30 Billion Bet

Sports betting could become legal in California later this year, opening up a $30 billion annual handle. A proposal in the legislature needs to garner 60% approval and be signed […]

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Fans in Stands

Less than a week after University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel said there might not be college football, Iowa State University is selling tickets. ISU Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard […]

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