Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (11/7/2014)
Another week, another trip. This Saturday I am off to New York City. I hear that Sidebar is the spot to go to watch the Florida Gators game at night, so if you are in town you should feel free to stop by and watch the team that dominated Georgia last week. I am also finally excited to watch my Miami Dolphins play on Sunday. Football was dismissed not too long ago, but has once again won favor with me. This week on FORBES: (1) NBA Teams Up With Sony In Hoops For Troops PlayStation Partnership; (2) Sparkling ICE Announces First Kevin Durant Advertising Campaign; and (3) Dispute Over Larry Sanders Ruled In Favor Of New Basketball Agents. And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Length of deal more important than dollars [SF Giants update: Pablo Sandoval seeks at least six-year deal].
- Green signed with B.J. Armstrong at Wasserman [Warriors’ Draymond Green signs with new agent].
- A HEITNER LEGAL filing [Bill Raftery files for trademarks].
- Lawyer David Cornwell under the microscope [Jameis Winston’s Lawyer Posts Victim’s Name on Twitter].
- A little background on the lawyer who questioned Goodell at the arbitration hearing [Goodell faces deal or tough questions in Ray Rice case].
- Interesting quotes from Thurman on why he declined the offer [Keith Thurman Turns Down $6 Mil Deal From Jay Z’s Roc Nation Sports].
- Baseball agent Scott Boras on top [The World’s Most Powerful Sports Agents 2014].