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Endorsements NBA Players

What’s Up With the NCAA? Plus a little D. Wade…

In a former post, I posed a question as the title of a post: Can Olympic/Student Athletes Obtain Endorsements? After using Jeremy Bloom as a case-in-point, the answer was found to be a decisive no. But why are student-athletes allowed to compete in boxing matches while they are in college and accumulate $25,000 prizes, while […]

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NBA Players Sports Agents

Sports Agents Concerned About Draft Websites?

According a post by the Sports Law Blog, the Sports Agents for Tyrus Thomas (formerly of LSU) have been trying to coerce a major NBA draft ranking website into changing their listing and bump up their client (Mr. Thomas) up from his current position of #7. While it is true that many people are talking […]

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NBA Players

Kobe Bryant meet Game Theory

Between school, work, updating this blog, and hard-core partying, I have had little time this semester to read for pleasure. I just reached page 117 of 342 in Basketball on Paper by Dean Oliver, and came across an interesting passage last night that I wanted to discuss. With a lot of hype over Kobe Bryant’s […]

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Agent Spotlights NBA Players

Agent Spotlight: Mark Stevens Part II

A quick look at our recent hits chart shows a heavy increase in the daily exposure of this site. A lot of the new traffic is coming from referrals on search engines to the search query of “Mark Stevens.” Back on January 3rd, I decided to take a look at Basketball Agent Mark Stevens and […]

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Agent Spotlights NBA Players

Agent Spotlight: Mark Stevens

I wish this blog existed in the height of the T.O. fiesta (I figure fiesta could fit the description), although that issue is not overwith anyway. The big talk as of late, though, has turned to Ron Artest and his demand to be traded out of Indiana. Artest’s agent, Mark Stevens has received some press […]