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JohnWallStreet: Canelo Alvarez and Daniel Jacobs High Profile Fight to Air Exclusively on DAZN

Schaefer told ESPN that PPV is “going to be bigger than ever” and projected that existing PPV records are going to fall.
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JohnWallStreet: NBA and Millennials

Millennials and Gen-Z’s want to watch content on demand, but sporting events require appointment viewing – once they go final, there’s little reason to watch.
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New York Islanders to Play 2019-2020 Home Schedule at NYCB Live’s Renovated Nassau Coliseum

Crain’s New York Business has reported hearing whispers that the New York Islanders will play the entirety of their 2019-2020 home schedule (and presumably the ’20-’21 home schedule) at NYCB Live’s renovated Nassau Coliseum - the club’s home from 1972 through 2015.
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JohnWallStreet: NBA’s Jersey Patch Program

The NBA’s jersey patch program – introduced in 2017 as a 3-year pilot – has been an “overwhelming success” from both the league and the advertisers’ perspectives.
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JohnWallStreet: Foot Locker Investments

It’s been estimated that the Foot Locker investment was made at a valuation between $400 million and $500 million. 
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JohnWallStreet: Pro Sports Venues are Shrinking

The Braves, Marlins, Twins and Yankees have all downsized since 2009 and the Tampa Bay Rays plan to reduce seating at Tropicana Field from a league-low 31,000 to between 25-26,000 this season.
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JohnWallStreet: Pacific Pro League Wants Clemson QB to be its Joe Namath

The Pacific Pro league - which will debut in 2020 - wants Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence - the projected #1 overall selection in the 2021 NFL draft.
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JohnWallStreet – Early Entrants: Episode 3

Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish told reporters that the word he’s received from Blazers management is that the team will be put up for sale.
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JohnWallStreet: NHL Introduces Player and Puck Tracking Technology

The NHL introduced player and puck tracking technology to fans, for the first time, at January’s All-Star Game - software capable of calculating the speed at which players skate, the distance each travels throughout the game and shot speed.
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JohnWallStreet: Take-Two Interactive 2k Game to Pay NBA

Take-Two Interactive will pay the NBA and the NBAPA up to $1.1 Billion – more than twice the value of the expiring deal – over the next 7 years, for the rights to use team logos and player likeness’ in its popular 2K game.

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