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A look at the growing ties between pro sports and the sports betting industry

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Not long ago, professional sports avoided anything to do with gambling. But today in 2024, the Super Bowl is being played within sight of the Las Vegas Strip, and pro sports leagues and teams are raking in millions of dollars per year in partnership and ad revenue from sports betting companies. Andrew Brandt, director of the Moorad Center for the Study of Sports Law, joins John Yang to discuss.

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