SMWW 2015 Basketball Career Conference

What: SMWW 2015 Basketball Career Conference at the Vegas Summer League Games When: July 17-18, 2015 Where: Las Vegas, Nevada Description This conference is ideal to anyone interested in working or currently working in professional sports, but particularly professional basketball. One of the advantages of this conference is the ability to network within the

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (12/2/11)

Hey Kobe Bryant.  Here is your official, public invitation to come ball at my local Jewish Community Center (JCC).  You know, in case you get tired of the one in Irvine, California.  I am heading to Memphis, Tennessee tonight to host the University of Memphis' first Agent Day with Jason

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (11/25/11)

Let's start this with a shout out for Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers. Braun was selected as the National League MVP (Most Valuable Punim?). He is the first Jewish MVP in baseball since Sandy Koufax in 1963. I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving and enjoys their weekends. There

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (11/18/2011)

It feels like every week the Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up is coming to you from a different town.  This Friday, I am at University of Pennsylvania for the Ivy Sports Symposium.  I am here to listen to the amazing panels, network with a lot of friends in the sports industry, and

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (11/4/2011)

Yesterday, I spoke to the Union Internationale des Avocats' (UIA - International Association of Lawyers) 55th Congress on the current issues in Sports Law, with a specific focus on what is going on in the world of athlete agent regulation and discipline.  More than 1,200 lawyers from more than 70

A Student Basketball Forum To Empower And Mentor Athletes

You probably have never heard of the Student Basketball Forum, but if author/speaker/businessman Marc Isenberg and Nolan Smith of the Portland Trail Blazers (and former Duke Blue Devil) have their way, the "Forum" will gather the strength to empower the next generation of great college and pro basketball players and great leaders.  The