Full Sportscast: State reports record Super Bowl handle, Globetrotters return
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
The Silver State hit Super Bowl gold again.
For the second straight year, Nevada's Gaming Control Board is reporting a record-breaking Super Bowl handle.
The board said Nevada sports books took in $138.48 million in total wagers on New England's 34-28 overtime win against Atlanta.
That's up nearly $6 million from 2016.
On Thursday, February 9, the Harlem Globetrotters return to T-Mobile Arena.
The Globetrotters were the first sporting event to take place at the new arena when it opened in 2016.
This year the team will debut something new of its own: the four-point line.