Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon isn’t reading much into Monday’s Supreme Court ruling about sports gambling.
Long resistant to legalized sports gambling, the NFL is now figuring out how to proceed after a Supreme Court decision reversed the federal ban on the practice.
Like every sports organization, the NCAA is reacting to Monday’s major Supreme Court ruling lifting the federal ban on sports gambling.
A Supreme Court ruling on Monday will make it easier for sports gambling to be legalized outside of Nevada, but ultimately state governments will have the final say.
One Las Vegas casino is already paying off Golden State Warriors bets before the Western Conference finals begin, and it’s all due to a conflict of interest.
Regardless of what anybody else may tell you, this is by far the most impressive stat from Villanova’s two championship runs in the last three years.
The potential legalization of sports gambling was among the topics discussed during the NFL owners meetings, according to a report.
There were some who were much happier about Kansas’ win over Seton Hall in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday than others.
Kansas beat Seton Hall 83-79 to advance to the Sweet 16.