Russell Wilson is the NFL’s top player for licensed sales.

Donald Sterling and the future ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers took over the news this week.  Not just the sports-related coverage of the news, but it was pretty much what every person was discussing in the workplace and at home.  Busy week of litigation for me, with a nice win at trial and other favorable results coming through.  Sales of my new book, How to Play the Game, continue to be strong.  Haven’t picked up a copy yet?  Go grab one on Amazon!  This week on FORBES: (1) Arizona Senate Shows No Love For Phoenix Coyotes; (2) Keep Questioning Why College Athletes Cannot Command More Money; (3) If NBA Drops Donald Sterling, Magic Johnson ‘Absolutely Interested’ In Taking Over Clippers, Report Says; (4) Donald Sterling’s Comments Begin To Have Financial Impact On Los Angeles Clippers; (5) Hello To Charlotte Hornets As Charlotte Bobcats Get Swept By Miami Heat; (6) Why Adam Silver’s Demand That Donald Sterling Sell The LA Clippers Is Not So Simple; and (7) Should NBA Constitution Prevent Forced Sale Of Donald Sterling’s Los Angeles Clippers?  And as always, the weekly wrap-up:



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