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Virtual Reality Technology Is Changing How NFL Teams Practice

NFL teams are using new virtual reality technology in practices. (Image: Facebook) Earlier this summer, the Dallas Cowboys caused a stir within the NFL when it was announced that they had entered into a two-year deal with the virtual reality sports startup, StriVR Labs. According to reports, the deal is …

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LeBron James Inks New Deal With Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. announces partnership with Lebron James’ production company, SpringHill Entertainment (Image: Facebook) Fresh off his co-starring role in Judd Apatow’s newest romantic comedy Trainwreck, two-time NBA champion LeBron James is, again, scratching his Hollywood itch. Yesterday, reports surfaced that the superstar NBA athlete and global basketball icon had just signed …

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WNBA’s Oklahoma Shock Approved To Move To Dallas

Basketball fans in Dallas have been having quite a turbulent summer, as the entire country watched Mark Cuban and his Dallas Mavericks squad strike out quite publicly with prized summer free-agent center Deandre Jordan. Not hanging his head for long, Cuban regrouped and managed to bring native son Deron Williams …

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NBA Announces Single Game PPV Option

(Image: National Basketball Association) Fans of the NBA rejoice. Recently the league announced that they will allow fans to purchase individual games for $6.99. Currently, the options for fans to watch games include local broadcast networks, national networks like ABC, TNT, ESPN, NBA TV,  and the subscription based NBA League …

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NFL Upholds Tom Brady’s Suspension Following Appeal

(Image: Tom Brady) The NFL’s Deflategate saga added a new chapter yesterday when league commissioner Roger Goodell issued a statement upholding the league’s initial ban of Tom Brady for four games next season. [Related: NFL Punishes Tom Brady And New England Patriots] In his final decision, Goodell wrote: “The most …

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The Rise of Female Coaches in Men’s Sports

Becky Hammon and Jen Welter are making history in the NFL and NBA. (Image: Facebook) Earlier this summer, Becky Hammon made headlines when she was announced as the first female head coach in summer league history, for the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs summer league team. Picking up the torch from …

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SoulCycle Is Going Public

(Image: Facebook) Yesterday, the self-described “lifestyle brand” SoulCycle filed documents with the SEC which would indicate that the company is going public. Started in 2006 by two New York locals, Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice, the indoor cycling and spinning company has experienced tremendous growth and has become something of …

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