Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (10/8/2010)
If you follow me on Twitter or are friends with me on Facebook, you know that not only did I have to deal with the pain of seeing my Gators lose to Alabama, but I also had to change my profile picture and Twitter logo+background. Thankfully, I am no longer Nick Saban on Facebook. If the Gators lose again, I may have to be Les Miles. But it should not have to get to that. I will be up in Gainesville this weekend, making my first return since this past summer when I was studying for the Florida Bar Exam. I’m going to throw up another link to the new ChangeLegal.com. If you read this site, I have to imagine that you will enjoy reading the posts on that site as well. Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- The 9 largest agencies represent about 671 players [Agents, by the numbers].
- Under Armour continues to expand into new territory [Tom Brady Steps Into Under Armour].
- I keep wondering: What about the other 3 wire transfers? [Blake-agent transactions came during UNC tenure].
- A mock dialogue to present the issues [Your NBA Labor Negotiations Primer].
- Decent partial client list, no? [Boras Well-Positioned For Offseason]
- Tim Dierkes attempts to shed some light on arbitration [Mike Napoli And The Arbitration Process].
- No more cash flow problems for Creative Artists Agency [CAA Sells 35% Minority Interest To TPG: Lovett Says “This Strategic Partnership Marks New Start For Agency’s Future”].
- Add the state of Ohio to the list of states starting to take their athlete agent laws more seriously [Sports agents placed on notice].