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Deshaun Watson Remains Committed To Forcing Trade Out Of Houston

A source tells ESPN’s Ed Werder that Texans QB Deshaun Watson remains committed to forcing a trade out of Houston, no matter how long it could take. “If you’re paying him $10 million to sit this year, you don’t think he would take $30 million and sit next year?’’ Werder’s source asked.
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Netflix ‘Would Definitely Consider’ Bidding for F1 Rights in Future

The statement from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings could mark a bold change in direction for the streaming company. Streaming giant Netflix has come a long way from the days where it sent customers DVDs in the mail. These days, it's one of the largest entertainment companies in the world, and the force behind the wildly popular Drive To Survive series which chronicles the world of Formula 1 each season. Historically, the company has avoided the world of live broadcasting sports, but that could change in future, based on statements by CEO Reed Hastings in a discussion with German outlet Der Spiegel.
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Court Rules NFL Owners Must Reveal Financial Data

The NFL and Stan Kroenke are facing a breach-of-contract suit over the Los Angeles Rams’ relocation from St. Louis — one which will now require six NFL owners to reveal financial information. The Missouri Supreme Court rejected attempts by five current and one former NFL team owner to avoid having...
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NHL News: Evander Kane, St. Louis Blues, and the Vancouver Canucks

Evander Kane was cleared from gambling allegations but now under another allegation. A.J. Perez of Front Office Sports: Anna Kane is now alleging that Evander Kane sexually assaulted her and multiple counts of domestic battery. In her divorce case, she’s also looking for a domestic violence restraining order. Evander Kane’s...
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No evidence found that San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane bet on NHL games; league considers this 'specific matter closed'

The NHL has completed its gambling investigation into Evander Kane, saying Wednesday that it found no evidence that the San Jose Sharks forward bet on NHL games. The investigation, which was conducted by Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, in conjunction with NHL Security, was spurred by allegations in social media posts by Kane's wife, Deanna. The couple recently entered divorce proceedings.
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The Athletic is again looking for a buyer, asking more than $750 million, has hired investment bank LionTree

There’s been a lot of talk about what’s ahead for The Athletic following merger/acquisition talks with Axios and then The New York Times earlier this year (both of which ended with no deal). As per a report from Sahil Patel and Jessica Toonkel of The Information Wednesday, The Athletic is now back on the market, and has retained investment bank LionTree to look for a buyer (but that report notes it’s possible the company will conduct a new funding round instead of selling). And they’re reportedly asking for more than $750 million as a purchase price.
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Evander Kane facing allegations of sexual assault, domestic violence

Former Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane might be in some hot water once again. After the National Hockey League cleared Kane of "throwing games" based on a claim leveled by his wife, Anna, on social media last month, the San Jose Sharks forward is now facing allegations of sexual assault and domestic violence, according to a report from Front Office Sports.
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NHL investigation: No evidence Evander Kane gambled on games

The NHL has concluded its investigation into Evander Kane and the allegations that he gambled on league games. They have found no evidence to support those allegations, or allegations that Kane made any effort to negatively impact his own games. The investigation was conducted by Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, in conjunction with NHL Security. Earlier this offseason, allegations were made on social media by Kane’s estranged wife, which triggered the investigation.
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NHL finds no evidence San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane bet on his own games, considers this '...

The NHL completed its gambling investigation of Evander Kane and said Wednesday it found no evidence that the San Jose Sharks forward bet on his own games. The investigation, which was conducted by Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, in conjunction with NHL Security, was spurred by allegations in social media posts by Kane's wife, Deanna. The couple recently entered divorce proceedings.
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Roundup: Ben Simmons for Bradley Beal; Record Halloween Spending; 'Survivor' Back

Consumers may spend a record $10.4 billion on Halloween this year ... ancient tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby returned to Iraq ... Netflix now owns the Roald Dahl cataloge ... Megan Fox and Kourtney Kardashian took pictures in their underpants ... Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie had an incident at a restaurant and he's still missing ... 'The Goldbergs' paid tribute to George Segal in the season premier ... Jason Sudeikis (and some other people) will host SNL .... ever wonder why Caitlyn Jenner lost the recall election ... a kid was killed in a driveby shooting at a bus stop ... a volcano in the Canary Islands errupted for the first time in 50 years ... 'Survivor' returned last night ...
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NHL finds Evander Kane did not bet on games; still under separate investigation

The NHL announced on Wednesday evening that it has concluded its investigation on whether or not San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane bet on NHL games — including his own — and determined there was no evidence to support the allegations. The allegations were originally brought forward in social media...
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Disney CEO: ESPN Ready To Take ‘Major Steps’ On Sports Betting

It is no secret that ESPN is kicking the tires on sports betting. Media outlets like the Wall Street Journal and Front Office Sports have speculated about the company’s plans for the sector, whether that be a licensing deal or M&A. But the company itself has been relatively tight-lipped on...
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NHL finds no evidence that Kane bet on Sharks games

The NHL completed its gambling investigation of Evander Kane and said Wednesday it found no evidence that the San Jose Sharks forward bet on his own games. The investigation, which was conducted by Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, in conjunction with NHL Security, was spurred by allegations in social media posts by Kane’s wife, Deanna. The couple recently entered divorce proceedings.
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Sharks Star Evander Kane Facing A New Set of Allegations

An NHL investigation found “no evidence” San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane bet on his own games, allegations made by his estranged wife on social media over the summer. Now, he faces a new set of allegations by Anna Kane — including sexual assault and multiple instances of domestic battery — leveled in court documents obtained by Front Office Sports. In a statement on Wednesday that announced the end of the gambling investigation, the league signaled the latest “allegations are being thoroughly investigated.”
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