Supreme Court case could legalize sports gambling in much of U.S.

After New Jersey passed a 2014 law allowing sports gambling at casinos and race tracks, the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and NCAA all promptly sued the state citing the damage that such a law could do to their sports.

We need to talk about Tom Brady’s Instagram. I haven’t seen something this trippy since I got high in college and watched The Great Muppet Caper three times. Check out what the Patriots quarterback put up after New England beat the Dolphins Sunday afternoon:

There’s a lot to unpack here. Let’s start with the fact that when I initially saw it, I thought to myself, “Am I missing an obvious internet or football joke? Or is Tom Brady’s social media person just dropping tons of acid before he fires up Adobe Illustrator?”

Enter goalie Corey Crawford — and a perfectly timed homestand against three of the worst teams in the NHL.

Crawford made 31 saves, Artem Anisimov scored the go-ahead goal with 4:47 left in the third period and the Blackhawks beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-1 on Sunday night.

Tommy Wingels and Nick Schmaltz also scored in the third as Chicago (14-11-5) earned its second straight win after dropping five in a row. Patrick Kane had two assists to run his career total to 781 points, breaking a tie with Doug Wilson for fifth on the franchise scoring list.

“We could probably play a little bit better, but we found ways to win even when we probably haven’t had our best,” Kane said. “Whether that’s goaltending or timely goals by the fourth line and Wingels, just finding ways to win, it’s huge points for us right now.”

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