The Justice Department Is Now Very Interested in Sports

From a Wall Street Journal story by Louise Radnofsky, Andrew Beaton, and Robert O’Connell headlined “It’s Not Just Golf. The Justice Department is Very, Very Interested in Sports”:

In January of this year, executives from the Big3 basketball league met with Justice Department officials in Washington to present their case: that the National Basketball Association was violating federal antitrust law. The meeting, according to people familiar with the matter, included Jonathan Kanter, the Biden administration’s assistant attorney general for antitrust, who often likes to reference his own sports fandom.