November 27 - December 3, 2017 Vol. 20 — No. 32

Top Stories

  • Reader Survey 2017: How you see it

    The NBA scored plenty of admiration in results from the 13th annual SBJ/SBD Reader Survey. The league led the way when readers were asked to identify the hottest sports property, racking up 64 percent of the votes.

  • Sports gambling’s day in court

    How and to what length can the federal government require states to enforce the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act? It is a question that reaches well beyond a simple wager, wading into polarizing issues such as immigration policy, marijuana regulation and gun laws.

  • Licensees see drop in NFL sales

    For the first time since the 2008-09 recession, when every licensee was suffering, there were widespread reports at a recent licensing show of declining sales of NFL-licensed products.

  • The next place to spend in esports?

    The question now facing anyone searching for a prominent role in esports is simple: Now what?

  • Facilities: Security Sweep

    Scanning the people, companies and concepts that are on the radar as facilities look for new ways to keep fans safe.

  • Tweeting his mind for NASCAR

    NASCAR President Brent Dewar has gone on the offensive on social media of late, as he lobbies for the sport in the face of critics.

  • First Look: Rolling the dice

    In our First Look podcast this week, SBJ’s Abe Madkour and Bill King discuss this week’s stories, including a landmark Supreme Court case that involves sports gambling; the tweeting sensibilities of NASCAR’s president; and a visit with the numbers from our annual Reader Survey.

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