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After the Supreme Court's decision, many states are expected to legalize sports gambling. (John Locher/AP)
After the Supreme Court's decision, many states are expected to legalize sports gambling. (John Locher/AP)
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On Monday, the Supreme Court declared the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act unconstitutional, paving the way for legalized sports gambling throughout the United States. Greg Howard of The New York Times believes the spread of legal sports gambling will further prove that college sports is big business — and put more pressure on the NCAA to pay players.

Also, the WNBA season is getting underway. Olivia Christian, executive producer and host of The Game Last Night, wonders how the league can get more fans of women's college basketball to pay attention to the pro game.

And the cost of the stadium that will someday house the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers has exceeded $4 billion. That's more than double what it cost to build MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Bill Littlefield takes a closer look at the planned stadium.

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This segment aired on May 18, 2018.

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