In the wake of oral argument on December 4 in Christie v NCAA — the battle over legal sports betting in the United States Supreme Court — SportsHandle Editor-in-Chief Brett Smiley joined radio stations across the country to break down the case.
Smiley offered observations from oral argument, an overview of the case and its implications, thoughts on possible federal and pending state legislation, the culture of sports betting and much more. Here’s the segment with 670 The Score’s Bernstein and Goff, followed by a conversation with Matt Perrault of SB Nation Radio, plus a short clip with Levack and Goz of ESPN Radio 104.5 based in Albany, New York.
12-6-17- Game Night w/ Matt Perrault (@sportstalkmatt) – Brett Smiley (@brettsmiley) – https://t.co/rqHRy23lz0 (@Sports_Handle) https://t.co/L4f7g2Naq9
— SB Nation Radio (@SBNationRadio) December 7, 2017
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