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Tracking political donations of wealthy sports owners
American professional sports owners have contributed nearly $47 million in federal elections since 2015.[read more]

What motivates billionaire sports owners to donate to political campaigns?
For people who run professional sports franchises, these contributions aren't always what they appear to be.[read more]

Pels' Van Gundy doesn't see set position for Zion
New Pelicans coach Stan Van Gundy called Zion Williamson "multi-talented," saying he doesn't see him as being just a four or a five.[read more]

Raptors' Davis allegedly assaulted woman in NYC
Raptors guard Terence Davis was arrested in New York City on Tuesday night on charges of assaulting a woman and criminal mischief, police said.[read more]

Thunder's Paul leads march to voting site in N.C.
The Thunder's Chris Paul led a march to a voting site Tuesday at Winston-Salem State University, a historically Black college where he also takes classes.[read more]

Lakers' Green: Expect vets to rest if Dec. 22 start
Los Angeles Lakers guard Danny Green expects veteran players to play fewer minutes and sit out more games if the NBA decides to begin the new season on Dec. 22 after a short offseason.[read more]

Sources: Jazz being sold in $1.66B agreement
An agreement has been reached for a majority interest in the Jazz to be sold to Qualtrics founder Ryan Smith, Gail Miller and the Miller family announced Wednesday. The sale price is more than $1.66 billion, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Sources: 76ers eyeing Morey to run operations
The 76ers are in talks with former Rockets general manager Daryl Morey to run their basketball operations, sources told ESPN.[read more]

NBA free agency and trade debate: How the Pelicans help Zion and bold predictions
What New Orleans will do and where Chris Paul, Fred VanVleet play next season are some of the storylines.[read more]

L.A. is title town: Dodgers, Lakers are rare feat of consecutive titles for a city
It's not often that a sports city or metropolitan area follows up one title by also winning the next major sports championship awarded. Los Angeles has done it again.[read more]