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Noah katz SPB30034/21/19Chapter 14 summary Chapter 14 is titled Global Sport industry. In recent years U.S. sports have had a lot more Playerscome from all over the world. Some of the best NBA players to this day are from overseas. In 2004 there were 67 international players representing 33 countries. But right before the 2012-2013 season there are 84 international players representing 37 countries and 29 of the 30 NBA teams have an international player. MLB and NHL have also seen an increase in international players. They call this the era of Globalization in Sport. Globalization has been defined as the “process by which the experience of everyday life, marked by the diffusion of commodities and ideas, is becoming standardized around the world”. The Olympic Movement is a global phenomenon that transcends the boundaries of sport and culture and extended to education, politics, economy, and technology. Its goal is to create a peaceful and better world by using sportto educate youth. The Olympic Movement consists of the international Olympic committee, National Olympic committee, and many more. The International Olympic committee was created