Wrapped up the first full week since returning from my honeymoon, and while I miss Africa, it is great to be back. Busy as heck over at Heitner Legal on all fronts, and I would have it no other way. Looking forward to attending the 2018 Pegasus World Cup this weekend at Gulfstream Park, which will have the biggest purse of any horse race in the history of horse racing. The NBA wants a 1% “integrity fee” for NBA games wagered on if there is a change in the federal law concerning sports betting, which is a pretty interesting way of classifying a new source of revenue. Anyway, on to the links.

This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: Minnesota Vikings Miracle, Robby Anderson Arrest, Larry Nassar Fallout;
(2) Green Bay Packers Get Into Trademark Dispute Over TITLETOWN Marks;
(3) Esports Data Company Closes $3 Million Seed Round;
(4) Owners Of 76ers, Devils, 49ers And CAA Partner In New Sports Business;
(5) 2nd Annual Pegasus World Cup Offers $16 Million Purse And Promise Of Entertainment
(6) NBA Asks For 1% Integrity Fee From Sports Betting Operators

This week on Inc.:
(1) The Tough Decision for College Football Players in Leaving School Early to the NFL;
(2) How the Minnesota Vikings are Smartly Exploiting a Miracle Win Against the Saints;
(3) How Entrepreneur’s Should Tweak Nike’s Famous Saying for Personal Growth;
(4) How Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies Could be the Savior of Brick and Mortar Retail

And as always, the weekly wrap-up: