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Lack of competition slows pay-TV fee growth for Italy’s Lega Basket

VARESE, ITALY - 2020/07/07: Argentine, Luis Scola of Pallacanestro Varese during the first training session in his new Italian Legabasket Serie A team at Enerxenia Arena. (Photo by Mattia Ozbot/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

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