The video above is quite humorous. The video under this text and before the links is not intended to give you a laugh, but still is pretty damn good in my book. It has been a relaxing week. I finished my last finals of my second year of law school, and had a lot of time to work on some new business ideas, have productive meetings with people in South Florida, and work on my tan a little bit! On Tuesday, I head back up to Gainesville, and on Thursday, I will start taking a couple of Summer classes (Business Organizations and Analysis and Drafting of Intellectual Property Transactions). Less than a month until the MLB Draft. We are advising some great players who I hope will be selected high in the beginning of June. Here is another video and some stories that I missed over the past week:
- Information that heads of player personnel or baseball operations and sports agents should know [TRANSACTIONS 101].
- Wash D.C. hurting, Kansas City thriving [Baseball crowds are down, but not at every ballpark].
- “It’s part of living the dream.” [Aussie getting his kicks with Miami Dolphins]
- Big 12 Coach of the Year, and Pepperdine Law graduate [Texas Tech Head Coach: Mike Leach, J.D.].
- An integral part of the Rockets almost called it quits [There’s no quit in Aaron Brooks].
- “Amateurism lost its virginity a long time ago.” [Basketball adviser Vaccaro squares off against NBA, NCAA]
- A big reason why I cannot disagree with Sonny Vaccaro [Source: Floyd gave cash to Mayo handler].
- Jonathan Givony writes more in his book reviews than I do [Book Review- David Falk: “The Bald Truth”].
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