The list of first-time nominees for the 2017 Pro Basketball Hall of Fame class has been released. Among the list of first-time nominees are: Tracy McGrady, Ben Wallace, Muggsy Bogues, former referees Jake O'Donnell and Sid Borgia. The complete list can be seen here.
A notable nominee up for election is
This Friday is a special one as it is Passover, for those who are Jewish, and Good Friday, for those who are Christian. Regardless of your affiliation, I hope everyone is having a very happy Friday. PGA Tour executives certainly are rejoicing today as Tiger Woods announced that he will be
Shabbat Shalom! and happy long Labor Day weekend to you and yours. I am off to Dallas tomorrow to celebrate the wedding of one of my fraternity brothers (Go Gators!). College football is here and the NFL regular season is right around the corner. This may be the most magical
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Excel Sports Management with 7 clients selected in 1st round. 11 clients selected overall.
Wasserman Media Group with 4 clients selected in 1st round. 9 clients selected overall
Octagon Basketball with 3 clients selected in 1st round. 5 clients selected overall.
The following article is a guest contribution by Benjamin Haynes, Esq. Haynes is a former Division 1 Basketball Player at Oral Roberts University and currently practices law in the State of Florida.
The 2013 NBA draft has been discussed at length for an extended period of time. However, these discussions have not been
David Falk and Georgetown. The two go hand-in-hand. That is why it should not be a surprise that the long-time successful basketball agent has become the agent of record for former Georgetown forward Otto Porter. Porter was a consensus first team All-American and earned Big Easy Player of the Year
The Boston Marathon bombing was shocking, disappointing and sad. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of anyone who was killed or injured in the attack. There have been excellent columns written about the atrocities, and I implore you to scour the web to read some of them. Shifting
First, I have to thank the Miami Heat for scheduling a great slate of games on my birthday weekend. Between a game against the Clippers tonight, my birthday tomorrow, and the Lakers vs. Heat on Sunday, this is sure to be a fun filled number of days. Articles this past
Manti Te'o and Lance Armstrong were still topics of conversation this week, and then the NCAA had to come in and stir the pot. Now, the talk of the town is what went wrong in the investigation of former University of Miami booster Nevin Shapiro. I am happy to announce
I was supposed to be in New York today and speaking at the 4th Annual New York Law School Sports Law Symposium, but Hurricane Sandy has made that impossible. It is my understanding that the organizers will work hard to reschedule the event, which had an all-star cast of panelists