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$150M Bubble

The Orlando bubble is set to cost the NBA more than $150 million. The costs include housing the 22 teams and support staff at three resorts, as well as the […]

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NCAA Round Up

SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey told U.S. Senators there needs to be a uniform law to regulate how NIL impacts collegiate athletics.  Sankey was part of a panel that addressed the […]

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Voting Arenas

The idea of the “mega polling sites” to accommodate the expected large in-person voting turnout this fall during the pandemic now can count LeBron James as a supporter. James and […]

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No MiLB

There will be no minor league baseball in 2020. MiLB announced yesterday that it was canceling the season after MLB teams said they would not provide affiliated clubs with players. […]

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HR Shake Up

Following employee complaints about the culture and lack of diversity at Adidas, the company’s global head of human resources Karen Parkin is stepping down. In June, some Adidas employees questioned […]

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Insurance Volley

Wimbledon, which was scheduled to start on Monday, is set to receive more than $100 million thanks to a pandemic insurance policy. Tournament organizers canceled the event for the first […]

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Fox Drops Golf

Fox Sports and the U.S. Golf Association are ending their 12-year, $1.2 billion media rights deal seven years early. The broadcast deal includes the U.S. Open, which is scheduled to […]

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Lululemon’s Mirror

Lululemon is making a play into the fitness industry as it will buy startup Mirror for $500 million. Last year, the Vancouver-based athleisure company invested $1 million into Mirror, most […]

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Positive Tests

Utah Jazz forward Rudy Gobert’s positive coronavirus test in March shut down the sports world, and while it’s now starting back up, athletes are still testing positive. Gobert’s case in […]

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Nike Layoffs Expected

Nike plans on reducing jobs but the layoffs are reportedly not connected to its 38% fourth-quarter revenue drop announced last week. The job reduction would “not be done for cost […]

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