I’ll lead with an apology for skipping on last week’s Friday Wrap-up. To be honest, the time of day and day of week becomes a blur when you’re half way across the world in Singapore. When you were waking up on Friday, I was probably 3 Tiger beers deep and stuffing my face with spicy crab. Anyhow, it’s good to be back, but I’ll be traveling again to Washington D.C. next week for some NFLPA-related business. I must travel to Washington D.C. no less than 10 times per year. Hope you all have a great Memorial Day weekend. Be safe and have fun!

This week on Forbes:
(1) NBA And MLB Face Challenge In Persuading States To Award A Sports Betting Integrity Or Rights Fee;
(2) The $1.5 Million Expended By LeBron James Every Offseason Is Money Well Spent;
(3) Houston Texans Cheerleader Sues Team For Underpaying $7.25 Hourly Wage And Wrongful Termination;
(4) Arkansas Tech’s Loss To NCAA In Federal Court Reinforces Strength Of NCAA To Hand Out Penalties;
(5) After 7 Years In The NFL, Spencer Paysinger Is Showing Off His Skill Off The Field

This week on Inc.:
(1) This CEO Says He Only Hires PhDs, But Not the PhDs You’re Thinking Of;
(2) Golden State Warriors Star Kevin Durant Reveals 4 Important Business Tips

And as always, the weekly wrap-up:



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