Howard says: The final session at the American Gaming Association’s Sports Betting Executive Summit should have been at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas. MGM National Harbor in Maryland hasn’t hosted championship fights. Honestly, I didn’t think my question to DraftKings CEO Jason Robins would set off a verbal donnybrook between him and William Hill US CEO Joe Asher. I asked Robins if DraftKings would apply for a Nevada gaming license since the company operates a New Jersey sportsbook and has an agreement with Caesars Entertainment. DraftKings quit doing business in Nevada in 2015 after the Gaming Control Board said daily fantasy sports was gambling and the company would have to be licensed. Robins said “no” because Nevada was never that large of a daily fantasy market, but he wants to see how the agreement with Caesars moves forward. He then turned attention on Asher, who he claimed was “running around telling people that we’re bad and need to be shut out.” That set off Asher, who stuck to his long-standing belief that daily fantasy sports was gambling. The two shouted over each for the final few minutes. I will admit to being pleased my question caused a memorable moment. I only apologize to moderator Darren Rovell of Action Network for putting him in the role as referee, although he seemed to enjoy the banter. “Best panel of conference? Right?” he asked the audience.