Jul
29

Online Scratch Cards With Football Mania

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The following article is a guest contribution from Alan Wilmot, a 3L at the University of Miami School of Law. Online scratch cards are a fast, fun way for gamers to win casino money while enjoying the comfort of their own home. Gamers can participate in scratch card games that involve a number of themes, including…
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Nov
07

On To The Next One: Joe Haden

Joe Haden

Drew Rosenhaus just lost LeSean McCoy of the Philadelphia Eagles for the second time in a matter of roughly a month.  But as Rosenhaus loses one great client, he gains another.  Actually, the signing of this former Florida Gator happened a couple of weeks ago. Rosenhaus is now the agent of Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden.  Haden…
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Mar
21

Agent Selection Scenarios: Wisconsin Basketball

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I had Belmont beating Wisconsin in the first round of the Tournament (technically the 2nd round since there are now 4 play-in games).  I did not have much faith in this year’s Badgers squad, but they proved me wrong, punching in their ticket for the Sweet 16.  The Badgers have not had much success placing…
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Feb
24

Carm And Get ‘Em

New York Knicks

New York Knicks fans; be careful what you wish for. The past 48 hours in the NBA have been dominated by the Carmelo Anthony trade to the New York Knicks, and rightfully so. Despite all the Knicks gave up, this move HAD to be made and was a no-brainer for a playoff starved Knicks franchise.…
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Dec
27

Best Contract Of 2010

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Dec
03

Giving Props To Paul Cohen For Troy Tulowitzki’s Extension

Troy Tulowitzki

Troy Tulowitzki reached the Majors before a year after being drafted by the Colorado Rockies.  He was the seventh overall pick of the 2005 MLB First-Year Player Draft.  In 2008, Tulo signed a six-year, $30 million contract with the Rockies.  Tulo’s agent, Paul Cohen, knew that he was employing a safe and secure strategy, but…
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Aug
11

On To The Next One: Al Horford

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Often times during my free time, I enjoy playing a little NBA 2K10 on my Xbox 360. I actually have a franchise with the Atlanta Hawks and Al Horford is my star center! So, in a cheesy sort of way, this news really hits home for me. Yesterday, Liz Mullen from the Sports Business Journal…
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Apr
01

International Greyhound Racing E-Symposium

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According to the transition agreements with America’s Finest, I am posting this article courtesy of blog contributor, Barry Weban. The key to being a great Greyhound Racing Trainer is of course patience.  The ability to be patient while trying to get the most out of your Greyhound is incredibly difficult to master, but is essential…
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Apr
01

Interview with Tanner Dormin

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According to the transition agreements with America’s Finest, I am posting this article courtesy of Shin Jut of America’s Finest. On the first day of our new blog, I am happy to publish an interview I recently had with trainer and owner, Tanner Dormin. Tanner Dormin has grown from the puddles of pig racing to…
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Apr
01

The Dog of the Future?

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According to the transition agreements with America’s Finest, I am posting this article courtesy of Shin Jut of America’s Finest. Showcased for the first time in the Ivory 480 Cup, Pyrite’s Mystique has clearly established himself as a favorite for each of his upcoming races.  Gaining an early lead and never letting up, Pyrite’s Mystique…
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