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If preseason ratings are any indication...
It's just a data point, but MLB ratings on ESPN went up in 2018, and that could be very good news for MLB going forward.
From Statcasts to Megacasts to other versions, alternate broadcast options are a win for viewers.
WWE's numbers for Raw haven't been trending well, but they might not need to be worried.
Let the first one who hasn't fallen down a YouTube rabbit hole cast the first stone. Irving didn't say he now believes the earth is round, though.
"We give them a whole other window of high-quality, highly rated games. ... Playing more night games than we did in the past unlocked the kind of value our schools were looking for."
"I think you kind of stick the pin in the balloon and let the air out, and if people know you can laugh at yourself, well, I can’t be that big of a dick."
Gruden's trade of Khalil Mack and subsequent complaints about a lack of a pass rush are too perfect.
How many shows can one man produce while also being one of the best basketball players alive?
Jason Witten left the NFL for TV, while Olsen pondered it, but then chose to keep playing. Now, he's been hurt.
"The world has officially gone mad when a celebrated cartoonist is condemned by the social media hordes for depicting a famous sports star throwing an unedifying tantrum."
The two NBA stars are teaming up for a possible sitcom called Brotherly Love.
The special, "Comeback Season," will be hosted by Mike Greenberg and will be produced in conjunction with the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York.