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Q&A: Caron Butler Discusses His NBA Social Justice Series

Over the past six months, former NBA All-Star Caron Butler generated more than 7 million views on his series about social justice.

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How the Orlando Magic Approached the Safe Return to Sports

AdventHealth, the official health care provider of the Orlando Magic, advises Magic team staff on health and safety issues.

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How the NFL and TV Partners are Treating the Presidential Election

How are NFL and partner TV networks treating Election Day? Very, very carefully since they been under fire for becoming too politicized.

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College Athletes Fight Voter Suppression With Voting Initiatives

College athletes nationwide have helped their peers overcome obstacles to voter registration leading up to the 2020 election.

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Bolstered by Return of Live Sports, MSG Networks Matches Expectations

MSG Networks matched analysts expectations for the first quarter of its 2021 fiscal year as the return of live sports helped the company.

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Topgolf Continues to Innovate in Digital Partnerships

Topgolf has become a pioneer in the world of sports and entertainment through development of technology-enhanced experiences.

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Seattle Storm’s Biden-Harris Support Unlikely to Have Others Follow Suit

Despite the Seattle Storm’s unprecedented announcement to support Biden-Harris, experts don’t believe other teams will follow suit.

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Q&A: Will Ventures Co-Founders on Sports-Centric Investing

Co-founders Isaiah Kacyvenski and Brian Reilly launched Will Ventures in September with a focus on sports and sports-adjacent markets.

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Despite Revenue Drop, Esports Provides theScore With Bright Spot

Without live sports theScore’s media and betting business struggled during the pandemic, but esports built a solid foundation for the future.

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How Masters, CBS Will Avoid Sunday Conflict With NFL

CBS Sports will move up Sunday final round coverage of the 2020 Masters by three hours to avoid a conflict with its late afternoon NFL telecast. The coronavirus pandemic forced Augusta National Golf Club to move the Masters to November from its normal slot in April.

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