By Vincent Bonsignore | [email protected] | Daily NewsPUBLISHED: May 15, 2018 at 5:09 pm | UPDATED: May 15, 2018 at 6:21 pm The NFL’s decision to return to Los Angeles two years ago – and then greenlighting the Raiders move to Los Vegas a year later – guaranteed two state-of-the-art stadiums opening in the western part of the United States while paving the way for the Super Bowl, World Cup, Olympics, College football National Championship game and NCAA basketball Final Four to potentially land in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. But both cities might have gotten a little more than they initially gambled for after the Supreme Court’s groundbreaking decision on Monday to allow states to conduct legalized sports gambling. It remains to be seen just how much the Supreme Court’s decision will affect the NFL as a whole – and for now it appears the league will cautiously monitor the potentially new landscape it will conduct business in – but depending on how swiftly things unfold the ruling could be a game changer here in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. For fans and teams alike. With Stan Kroenke’s 299-acre stadium and entertainment district currently under construction in Inglewood –… Read full this story
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