It’s 11/11/11…make a wish? How about thanking a veteran? Sports labor battles are not only occurring in the United States. The Israeli women’s basketball league is currently on strike. I am already looking forward to the 2012 World Baseball Classic…if Israel is able to successfully lobby its way into the event. Kudos to Shawn Green, Brad Ausmus, and Gabe Kapler for leading the charge. Now let’s get Ryan Braun, Ian Kinsler, and Kevin Youkilis involved. I will be heading up to Philadelphia next Thursday evening for the Ivy Sports Symposium. Looking forward to seeing many of you there. Here are some stories I missed over the past week.
- Do you have it in you? Top notch publication [Call for Papers: Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law].
- I still believe that a deal is reached before the NBPA is on the brink of decertification [Decertification would put 2011-12 NBA season in serious jeopardy].
- How some agents advised potential clients regarding the 2011 NBA Draft [NCAA sees talent gains from NBA lockout].
- Gabe Feldman always makes complex issues so much easier to digest [The Legal Issues Behind the NBA Players’ Decertification Strategy].
- Entire Stanford team supposedly took a vow not to speak to any agents until after the season [Not many answers regarding Luck’s representation thus far].
- Ray-Ray might have received some really big chicken for free? [Incredibly, Miami is still suspending over contact with a would-be agent]
- Nice pool… [Sports agent Jonathan Weisz selling house-ballfield].
- Mark Steinberg working hard [Tiger Woods Signs Endorsement Deal With Fuse Science].