Nov
30

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (11/30/2012)

I was at the American Airlines Arena last night to watch the Miami Heat take on a San Antonio Spurs team that dressed only nine players (Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and others failed to even make the trip).  While it was a pretty boring game throughout, I was happy to see a Heat win.  I am more interested to see what kind of sanctions Commissioner David Stern levies on the Spurs after making threats to do same last night.  The Miami Dolphins still have a chance to make the playoffs?  They will have to beat the New England Patriots this week.  That could be a fun game to watch.  This week on Forbes, I wrote: (1) Coaching Carousel Sheds Light On Systemic Failure In College Athletics Management; and (2) ACC Seeks Exit Fee In Lawsuit Filed Against The University of Maryland.  And football agent Eugene Lee contributed an op-ed: Fixing The College Football Bowl Championship Series.  Here are some stories I failed to cover:

Football

Baseball

Sports Law