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4/19/2024 |  ESPN ratings up for Eastern Conference play-in games (DEADSPIN) The two Eastern Conference games in the first round of the NBA play-in tournament drew record viewership, ESPN said Friday.
Wednesday's game between the Philadelphia 76ers and Miami Heat — the seventh and eighth seeds, respectively — was won 105-104 by the Sixers and averaged 3.4 million viewers, up 52 percent from last year's clash between the Nos. 7 and 8 seeds.
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4/18/2024 |  Jontay Porter's NBA ban might have a silver lining (Business Insider)
  • The Toronto Raptors' Jontay Porter received a lifetime ban from the NBA over a betting scandal.
  • If you think that's a crisis for the NBA, think again: The NBA is happy to make an example of Porter.
  • The NBA — and lots of other institutions — really wants sports betting to thrive. This move is supposed to give bettors confidence to keep betting.
4/18/2024 |  Caitlin Clark salary criticism a ‘false narrative,’ says WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert (CNBC Sports)
  • The arrival of Caitlin Clark to the WNBA is expected to help the grow the league even further.
  • But the excitement around her being chosen first overall in the 2024 WNBA Draft earlier this week was tempered by discussions over her WNBA salary, and comparisons to rookies in other men’s sports.
  • However, speaking at CNBC’s inaugural Changemakers Summit in New York on Thursday, WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert said just looking at that single salary figure is incorrect.
4/18/2024 |  Caitlin Clark reportedly set to sign lucrative deal with Nike that includes signature shoe (Fox Sports) Caitlin Clark is re-upping with one of her biggest endorsement partners as she enters the WNBA, and she'll enter rare air in the process.
The new star of the Indiana Fever is nearing an endorsement deal worth eight figures with Nike, an agreement that will likely include Clark receiving a signature shoe, The Athletic reported.
Adidas and Under Armour were also in the mix to sign Clark, with each athletic brand making "sizable offers," according to The Athletic. Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry was a part of Under Armour's attempt to land Clark, as she possibly could've joined the Curry Brand, The Athletic added.

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