The arena will promote Philadelphia's long-term economic growth and sustainability by generating $1.9 billion in total economic output during construction and $400 million annually once it opens.
Every virtual NBA game is driven by actual NBA data, which Sportradar obtained as part of a US$1 billion streaming and betting data agreement with the league.
The NFL has 16 franchises worth at least $4 billion, way more than the four in the MLB, and three in the National Basketball Association.
Inspired by AC Milan's seven European titles and iconic Rossoneri white kits, the new shirt is now on sale
This new colorway could be part of Paul George's early rotation of sneakers as the baby blue and orange colors closely match the City Edition style of jerseys.
Lotte Chilsung is expanding its business and adding vegan drink options through partnerships with startups.
Tata Motors agreed to purchase Ford Motor's production plant for its own auto manufacturing business.
The D.O.N. Issue 4 shoes have been dropped abroad although tech specifications, pricing, and a US release date have not yet been disclosed.
By working with Porsche, Puma hopes to raise the profile of this silo, which has been overshadowed by Griezmann's Ultra and Neymar's Future.
Balenciaga just released its newest creation, but it is getting mixed reactions of disgust and amusement.
The number 45 is embroidered on the lace to signify the 45th anniversary of the McDonald's All-American game, despite the fact that this is not an official McDonald's cooperation.
Nike cancels retail store's orders due to supply chain woes
Nike has canceled orders to at least one retail store until summer 2022 due to supply chain issues.
It's unclear if the situation would also affect other stores.
The sporting goods giant reportedly wrote an email to the sneaker retailer about the cancelation due to COVID-19's continuous impact on the global supply chain that created transportation disturbances.
Consequently, Nike canceled the store's orders for Spring and Summer 2022 and the balance of the Holiday Season 2021.
Nike assured the retailer that its goal was to resume supply as soon as possible.
The economic downturn due to the COVID-19 pandemic began, and the lack of workers that caused manufacturing and shipping delays triggered supply chain issues.
The crisis has affected holiday purchasing.