Is Bill Bradley blind to what's going on around him or sour about his precious PASPA being overturned? We know he's not dumb.
Mike Francesa went on the airwaves with an innovative new sports betting concept. It was daily fantasy sports.
New Jersey stood its ground on sports betting legislation even after hearing some last-ditch desperate arguments from MLB and PGA Tour at a committee hearing.
Pro sports leagues are trying to get their hands on an integrity fee. But recent events remind us that not everything in sports is transparent.
Before Governor Murphy signed the NJ sports betting bill into law, the owner of Monmouth Park got in one last horse kick to the leg.
Major League Baseball used to laugh at the idea that they needed cooperation from sports betting operators. Now MLB is saying it's absolutely necessary.
The NBA is big business for sportsbooks, and the Golden Nugget won't be able to capitalize on any of it in New Jersey.
Oliver Luck, former NCAA executive and new XFL commissioner, offered his true thoughts about college athletes and punishments for betting on sports.
The Alliance of American Football (AAF) is already thinking outside the box with respect to sports betting, fantasy football and fan engagement.
If you're in Delaware and want to make a futures wager on a regional team, you may want to take a trip to Nevada instead.