It is hard to believe that a month of 2013 has already come and gone. Only a month ago, this site celebrated its 7th birthday. In 8 days, I will be 4 times the age of Sports Agent Blog. It is amazing to think that I have been operating this website for roughly 1/4 of my existence. And SAB is a Top 100 Sports Blog to follow in 2013! As always, thanks for being a reader and for sharing this content with others. This past week on Forbes.com, I wrote the following: (1) Ravens vs. 49ers Super Bowl Ticket Prices Projected To Be Lowest In Three Years; (2) Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Lewis Still Questioned In The Court Of Public Opinion; (3) Is It Worth Spending $4 Million On A Super Bowl Commercial?; (4) Fantasy Sports Service, FanDuel, Secures $11 Million Investment; Includes Money From Comcast Ventures; (5) Submergence Of The Super Bowl Ticket Market; and (6) Super Bowl Social Command Center Tracks Chatter And Sentiment Surrounding 49ers And Ravens. And as always, the sports biz links:
- The prominent basketball attorney tells his clients his thoughts on Billy Hunter [Arn Tellem’s Letter to His Clients].
- Always have to link to stories containing references to former agent Jason Levien [Grizzlies young owner has new approach on running team].
- Rest in peace [Remembering Ken “The Stinger” Staninger].
- Competitors are apparently not thrilled [Drew Rosenhaus armed with lawyers referred by union head DeMaurice Smith at NFLPA arbitration].
- Biggest news of the week? [A Miami Clinic Supplies Drugs to Sports’ Biggest Names].
- $600,000 in bonuses tied to Delmon Young’s weight [Phillies To Put MLB Star on Scale — But Will It Work?].
- On the Inner Authoritarians of the members of the NCAA [The Keystone Kops].