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Will ‘NBA Countdown’ Host Maria Taylor Leave ESPN?

ESPN has a big talent negotiation coming up. Maria Taylor’s contract is up this summer. The host of “NBA Countdown” and reporter for “CollegeGameDay” has risen quickly since joining ESPN as a college analyst and reporter in 2014.

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Miniature Golf Is Big Business

Stars like Tiger Woods and several other golf-related entities are all-in on a miniature golf-heavy future.

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A Race to Redefine How We Watch Sports

Apple, Facebook, and Amazon have all invested in building the modern sports fan experience with patents, partnerships, and acquisitions.

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Disney Takes Over As Lead NHL Broadcaster

Disney made its media rights deal with the NHL official and its networks will once again show live games beginning next season.

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Back To The Future: ESPN Finalizing NHL TV/Digital Deal

ESPN is finalizing a new 7-year media rights deal with the NHL, said sources. The sports network televised live NHL games from 1992-93 through 2003-04 season.

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All Rise: Skip Bayless Could Star In Solo Courtroom Debate Show

Skip Bayless could start in a “Judge Judy”-like courtroom show on FS1 where he sits in judgement on sports debates.

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John Skipper’s Meadowlark in Talks with Wasserman, DraftKings

John Skipper and Dan Le Batard’s Meadowlark Media are in talks for possible financing with Wasserman and DraftKings, said sources.

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Shaquille O'Neal's Long List of Business Investments

Shaquille O’Neal has co-founded Majority — an ad agency focused on diversity. His continued presence in the business world is undeniable.

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Luka Dončić Makes BioSteel His First Equity Investment

Luka Dončić became a first-time equity investor through his deal with sports drink company BioSteel, and will become its Chief Hydration Officer.

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Fox’s Shannon Sharpe Poised To Hit TV Free Agency This Summer

Shannon Sharpe is poised to become a free agent at Fox Sports. Will Fox pay the TV star as much as his co-host Skip Bayless?

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