Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/9/2017)
Good morning from Amenia, NY, where I will be spending the day playing a round of golf at Silo Ridge Field Club. I considered taking a trip from there to the Belmont Stakes, but decided to do Saturday in Manhattan instead. With my fiancee by my side (we are celebrating her birthday), it should hopefully be a very enjoyable weekend. A bit more enjoyable than the Cavaliers’ experience thus far through the NBA Finals. I can’t say that I’m upset. Game 3 was a thriller and my boy Draymond Green is a bit closer to a second championship. Let’s get it Money Green!
Quick thanks this week to Shoot slots game for keeping the lights on!
This week on Forbes:
(1) Blue Star Sports Completes 12th Acquisition: Student Sports;
(2) This Week In Sports Law: Catfish Crime, Bryce Harper Brawl, Ezekiel Elliott’s Phone Records;
(3) NFL Players Have Until August 7 To Register Concussion Claims;
(4) PayPal’s New Payment Processor Competitor In Youth Sports; and
(5) How 6 Female Esports Players Went From Having Nothing To World Champs
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Jackson went 1-15 in first season with the Browns [Roc Nation Sports picks up Hue Jackson as first coaching client].
- Andrew Brandt, former agent, has no problem with LaVar Ball, yet [LaVar Ball Is Just Another Guy in the Herd].
- Eric Goodwin, who previously represented LeBron and Druant, says he heard the track [Report | LeBron James and Kevin Durant made never-released song].
- Comes out to roughly $20,000 allegedly taken [Ghanaian midfielder Bernard Morrison opens fraud case against football agent].
- Ronaldo with total earnings of $93 million [Ronaldo, LeBron Top The World’s Highest-Paid Athletes Of 2017].
- Manchester United at the top with a current value of $3.69 billion [The World’s Most Valuable Soccer Teams 2017].
- Jerry Maguire in high heels? [‘King Liz’ goes courtside for a story about gritty world of sports agencies]