NBPA Tabs Antonio Davis To Lead New Player Program

Per Liz Mullen of SBJ, the National Basketball Players Association has hired former NBA player, union president and ESPN broadcaster Antonio Davis to lead a program intended to help prepare players for life after basketball – “Off the Court.” So far, he is the only person working for the program and

Octagon Founder And President Phil de Picciotto Inducted Into Washington Business Hall Of Fame

Octagon Founder and President, Phil de Picciotto, was recently inducted into the Washington Business Hall of Fame in the 30th annual ceremony that benefits Junior Achievement of Greater Washington. Commonly thought of as the "Academy Awards of Business" in the Washington, DC-region, the Hall of Fame recognizes and honors business leaders

Jabari Parker Staying Upbeat Despite ACL Rehab

Don’t look now, but the Milwaukee Bucks are one of the NBA’s most exciting teams to watch. With young stars like Giannis Antetokounmpo, Eric Bledsoe, and Malcom Brogdon, Jason Kidd’s squad is set to compete for a playoff spot in the weaker Eastern Conference. Although the future looks bright in Milwaukee,

Miami RB Mark Walton Signs With ZHS Sports

Now that the college football regular season has come to a close and teams around the nation prepare for conference championship games and eventually bowl games, draft-eligible players are going to start making decisions regarding their future. Although his team is preparing for the ACC Championship game against the Clemson

On To The Next One: James Burgess Jr.

Per Liz Mullen of SBJ and shared via the man himself on Instagram, Cleveland Browns linebacker James Burgess has signed with Rosenhaus Sports for his representation. He will be represented by Drew Rosenhaus and Robert Bailey. The news comes after the second-year linebacker out of Louisville tallied a career-high 16 tackles

On To The Next One: Jeff Green

According to various social media posts, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Jeff Green has signed with Roc Nation Sports for his representation. The announcement was made as the Cavs wrapped up a four-game road trip, with a pit stop in New York to take on the Knicks. The deal was likely signed

On To The Next One: Spencer Dinwiddie

Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie is switching teams, but will remain on the Nets’ roster for the 2017-2018 season. No, the Nets did not give up their 24 year old, 6’6" PG while he is averaging a career best 9.8 PPG and 4.9 APG. However, Spencer Dinwiddie has indeed decided to

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