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May 18th, 2019

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Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, left, is defended by Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson during the first half of Game 2 of the NBA basketball playoffs Western Conference finals in Oakland, Calif., Thursday, May 16, 2019. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington (50) protects the puck as San Jose Sharks center Melker Karlsson (68), of Sweden, closes in during the second period in Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference final series Friday, May 17, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

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  • WarnerMedia is bringing All Elite Wrestling (AEW) to prime time. While the promotion is not looking to challenge WWE directly, AEW believes that its emphasis on analytics will offer a differentiation factor when it comes to the two. According to a poll on this article, 87% of people said they were very interested in watching the AEW.

Carli Lloyd scores twice to lead U.S. women to victory over New Zealand


  • Patrick Peterson has Type 2 diabetes, feeling sluggish in 2015 he took something to help “pick him” up. What ever it was contained banned substance he didn’t know until it was too late.
  • Ohio State University’s president says it’s not clear whether anyone ever went to authorities to report a former doctor now accused of sexually abusing more than 150 male students.
  • ACE Media, a subsidiary of the NFLPA, is showing a considerable ability to showcase athletes both on and off the field. The company’s CEO, Scott Langerman , says the company is looking toward the next steps in athlete-centric content.
  • Matt Hong was one of Turner Sports’ top executives, will be leave the company in the coming weeks. Hong is stepping down as Turner Sports COO after 11 years at the company comes three months after AT&T officially took control of Time Warner.
  • Riot Games is creating a stand-alone governing body for collegiate “League of Legends” esports, according to a source. The move comes weeks after the NCAA BOG decided not to establish a framework for esports governance.



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