Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up
I interviewed Leigh Steinberg on Wednesday. We were only supposed to talk for 20 minutes. Instead, it took an hour and 20 minutes before the conversation was over. I look forward to posting the interview late Sunday night. Subscribers get to see it first, right when it’s posted, so stop stalling…subscribe now. Besides that, I am done with 2 of my 3 Spring semester finals (goodbye Contracts and Civil Procedure). That means that there is only 1 test left (Property) before you can officially refer to me as a 2L. The headaches from my concussion are starting to subside and my overall health is beginning to improve. Still no taste or smell, but I am keeping up hope! Anyway, here are some stories that I missed this past week:
- David Falk donated $5 million to Syracuse Univ. to establish the David B. Falk Center for Sport Management [Names in the Game].
- Move over Jeff Moorad. Another sports agent is about to join the dark side [Sports Agent Gillis Takes Over As GM Of Canucks].
- The Vikings seem to have a legit defense. Will the team boost its offensive talent this weekend? [Jared Allen is a Viking!]
- Don’t be surprised if you start seeing Candace Parker rocking adidas kicks and drinking Gatorade to quench her thirst [Parker Signs With Adidas and Gatorade].
- Will Chris Long be able to get that “5 dollar footlong” song out of my head? [J. Long gets deal with Dolphins; C. Long with Subway]
- Add another Jayhawk to Mark Bartelstein’s always expanding list of clients [Rush’s agent familiar with KU].
- Anyone want to take a “poor man’s Andre Iguodala” in the 2008 NBA Draft? [Antonio Anderson Entering the Draft]
- 1 year of Junior College play, 6 arrests in 26 months…sure, enter your name into the NBA Draft as well [Former top prep recruit Brumbaugh to enter NBA draft].
- A couple of Longhorns want to get in on this NBA action as well [Texas guards Augustin, Abrams decide to enter NBA draft].
- Sports blogger Jeff Wong coined April 22nd, NBA Blah Day. Feeling blah with my Miami Heat, I contributed to his article [Four-Point Play: Today Is NBA Blah Day].
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