I have an action packed weekend ahead of me. First, I will be supporting my client, Mike Spinner, as the Monster Army Recon Tour BMX Contest makes its first East Coast stop at Abacoa Park in Jupiter, Florida on Saturday. That will be followed up with my beautiful grandmother’s birthday dinner. And then on Sunday, I am going to enjoy my first Ultra Music Festival experience. Next Wednesday, I will be heading out to Las Vegas for a small annual vacation to kick-off the NCAA Tournament. This past week on Forbes: (1) Indiana’s Victor Oladipo Set To Cash In On Outstanding Season; (2) Startup Leverages Facebook For New Social March Madness Bracket; and (3) Daily Fantasy Sports Games Defend Legality Of Their Services. As always, here is the weekly wrap-up:
- Poor (not literally) Joe Johnson [The Worst Contracts in the NBA].
- Commissioner addressing a players’ union…ok… [David Stern on strong unions].
- Interesting questioning regarding Paul Kinzer leaving Wasserman Media Group [Why I Chose My Agency: Aramis Ramirez].
- He takes a realistic view of the process…but then again, he won [Players Reflect On Arbitration Hearings: Dan Uggla].
- A complicated tort claim, indeed [The NFL's Courtroom Playbook].
- Tough days ahead for Terry Watson [Agent investigation names UNC football money man].