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Florida Gov. Vetoes $35M for Rays Facility After Team Calls For Gun Reform

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis vetoed $35 million facility for the Tampa Bay Rays. The move came in response to the team’s gun reform advocacy.

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WNBA Possibly Heading Toward Expansion Soon

The league may add one or two cities as early as the 2024 season, the first expansion since the Atlanta Dream joined in 2008.

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Togethxr Sues XFL for Trademark Infringement

Togethxr filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against the XFL, a move that comes nearly two months after a cease and desist letter.

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Should Ronaldo Choose Man U Over Champions League?

Ronaldo committed to Manchester United despite big transfer exits and a new manager. At $33M per year, he is EPL’s highest-paid player.

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Avalanche’s Unsung Defense Makes Them Unstoppable

Colorado has a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals against the Oilers thanks to a strong defense to complement a high-octane offense.

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Horford’s ‘Green’ Celtics Stunned Warriors in Game 1

General Manager Brad Stevens’ best decision was trading back for Al Horford, who’s now 3 wins away from a ring — and $7 million richer.

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Bidding War for Broncos Ownership Expected to Escalate

The battle for the Denver Broncos is reportedly down to four bidders. Entertainment mogul Byron Allen is now considered a long shot.

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U.S. Women’s Open Closes Gap With $10M Purse

The 2022 U.S. Women’s Open at Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club in Southern Pines, North Carolina, is setting a standard in gender pay equality.

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Red Sox First MLB Team With In-Market Streaming Service

Boston Red Sox and Bruins broadcaster NESN is launching a streaming service. Fans will be able to watch games for $29.99 per month.

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Phil Knight, Dodgers Co-Owner Could Buy Trail Blazers

Knight and Alan Smolinisky put in an offer of over $2 billion. Knight’s ownership would likely keep the Blazers in Portland.

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