Virtually everyone at the Sloan Analytics Conference is certain that legalized sports gambling is coming. The NBA is a key reason why.
The trade deadline hit basketball geeks hard, as if they'd been buying fake ecstasy all these years and finally got a dose of the real stuff.
If the public is going to finance stadiums for their own benefit, then the public should get a cut of the profits right?
The NBA got it right in one try with Jeff Taylor's case, meanwhile, the NFL keeps on making the same old empty promises.
A play-by-play of the first-ever NBA challenge, where each contestant is given one chance to flop. Props are encouraged.