I hope everyone had a memorable Valentine’s Day. My fiancee was out of town, so we will be celebrating this evening. But isn’t every day truly supposed to be Valentine’s Day when you appreciate each other? Enough of that mushiness. NBA All Star weekend approaches and it’s been a pretty good regular season thus far. Count me in as one of the people who can’t see the Golden State Warriors not winning the championship this year.
This week on Forbes:
(1) How NFL Agents Escaped Paying A 33% Finder’s Fee;
(2) This Week In Sports Law: Charles Oakley Can Sue Knicks, Sports Betting In Maryland And Beyond;
(3) NFLPA Issues Fraud Alert For Concussion Settlement Payouts; and
(4) Bud Light Wants To Be Your Friend For The Next 5-10 Years.
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Brown used social media to post a pic with Drew and Jason Rosenhaus atop Mt. Washington [Antonio Brown’s agents in Pittsburgh, with contract talks looming].
- As Rosenfels stated, the NFL Combine isn’t football [Rosenfels breaks down how prospects prepare for the NFL Combine].
- Boras compares signing international players to mail-order brides [Scott Boras Has A Lot Of Ideas On How To Fix The Business Side Of Baseball].
- Brian Blewis is a young guy with a lot of experience, currently working as Basketball Operations Manager at The Neustadt Group [Learning the Ropes of Athlete Representation, One Sport at a Time].
- Tiger’s agent Mark Steinberg says it is “more precautionary” [Tiger Woods, advised to limit all activities due to back spasms, cancels Riviera news conference].
- Sylvester King Jr. worked with roughly 40 athletes and raised more than $5 million from clients for a private investment that went down in a blaze of fire [Razzle Dazzle Broker Who Hoodwinked Athletes Settles with SEC].