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NCAA begins making its case for amateurism
to band together to sell the rights to their names, images and likenesses (NILs) for use on television broadcasts and in video games . NCAA President Mark Emmert is expected to testify beginning Thursday in a widely watched case that is already credited with
C.J. Wilson's Children's Charities
influence on the kids as well I was pretty young people are very. One charity events you know this is like where we'll play video games . Need Cracker Jacks we not just that and ice cream bar later so it's a really cool event any of the vehicle's been greatvery. One charity events you know this is like where we'll play video games . Need Cracker Jacks we -- not just that -- and ice cream bar later so it's a really cool event any of
O'Bannon trial calculates worth of amateur athlete
itself after agreeing on the eve of the trial to a $20 million settlement stemming from an ill-fated decision to license video games featuring the likenesses of college players. Some of that money, the NCAA acknowledged, will go to current athletes, something
Outkick's Top Ten TV Shows
Dan Harmon used Community. References to comics, to innumerable other films, shows, characters, books, events, and video games permeate the screen from episode to episode, but never in a way that feels tacky. Chuck isn't the deepest show of all
College recruiting: Next promise could be paycheck
names, images and likenesses in television broadcasts and videogames . If the plaintiffs win, lawyers have hinted in broad terms ..... use of their names and images in television broadcasts and videogames . Those payments would go into a trust fund, with players
Trial of Ed O'Bannon antitrust lawsuit vs. NCAA concludes
right to seek a share of revenues from their sports for use of their names, images and likenesses (NILs) in broadcasts and videogames . A broad outline of a plan sketched by the plaintiffs would give players equal shares for each year they play, with the
Friday's Sports In Brief
turmoil if players win the right to be paid for the use of their names, images and likenesses in television broadcasts and videogames . BASKETBALL CLEVELAND (AP) - David Blatt went overseas to chase his basketball dreams. He's coming back to fulfill them
Big Ten head paints dire picture of paying players
turmoil if players win the right to be paid for the use of their names, images and likenesses in television broadcasts and videogames . Like Emmert, he said college sports would be irreparably damaged in many ways if a century-old tradition is breached
Aja Dang On The Scene At E3 - @TheBuzzer
We went to E3 to check out all of the best new video games ... and they were pretty amazing.
James Harden, Bradley Beal biggest gamers in NBA?
James Harden and Bradley Beal were spotted at E3 discussing "Destiny" and the new "Call of Duty." Find out what they're excited about in the new games, whether they're the biggest gamers on their teams and more.