– 5/29/18 The New York Daily News (NYDN) reported on Monday that the New York State Lottery is expanding to the Philadelphia Eagles, which are the only team to have won the lottery since 1988.

    The site reported that lottery officials told the team that the team would play a game at the new facility next season.

    Lottery officials also said they have secured an agreement with the Eagles that would allow them to have two regular season games at the venue each year.

    The New Jersey Devils, which won the New Jersey lottery in 2014, also play at the Spectrum Sports Complex, which is expected to be open by the beginning of 2019.

    The Atlantic City Board of Trade and the Atlantic City Casino & Resort Co. have announced they will lease the Spectrum site for the 2019-20 season, which could be the last season of the facility’s lease.

    The Nets have said they would play at Spectrum next season, but the team did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    The Washington Nationals and Philadelphia Phillies have also been named as potential new owners of the site.

    The Hornets are expected to announce their new owners later this week.