Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (6/4/2010)
Now that we have changed the look and feel of SportsAgentBlog.com, I am just waiting for the multi-million dollar buyout offers to start pouring in. On a serious note, though, congrats to a blog I have been reading for a while now, The Big Lead, on earning a cool 7-figures after being bought out this week. I am sure that both sides feel like they came out winners. There is something special about the communities of quite a few of the sports blogs that I read, this site included. I’d like to thank all of you for being a part of the success of this site and encourage you to continue to take an active role in its expansion. Without you, the readers and commentators, this site is nothing. So thank you. Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- More coverage of LeBron’s crew [LeBron gets assist from inner circle].
- If this “summit” did occur, it could make for an interesting collusion argument [NBA “Free Agent Summit” Not Happening].
- The accusations stem from the investigation of former agent, Josh Nochimson’s relationship with Nate Miles [UConn, Calhoun cited for 8 violations].
- I’m most surprised that David and Dana Pump may have been involved [Real Kansas Scandal: Trading Prospects For Profit].
- A small taste of what it is like to play pro ball in Korea [Q&A: War, Korea, and Sadowski].