Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/23/2017)

Happy post-2017 NBA Draft wrap-up of sports biz stories. Shout out to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft for donating $6 million to create the new Kraft Family Sports Campus in Jerusalem. Big news in the daily fantasy sports world this week (I have a Forbes article below on it)

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (2/17/2017)

I hope everyone had a memorable Valentine's Day. My fiancee was out of town, so we will be celebrating this evening. But isn't every day truly supposed to be Valentine's Day when you appreciate each other? Enough of that mushiness. NBA All Star weekend approaches and it's been a pretty

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (10/14/2016)

We are inching ever so close to the Presidential Election, and ever so close to a point where bashing each other is not only acceptable, it is expected. But that's all the political talk you'll hear out of me for now . . . until I run for President in

The Players And Agents In Bloomberg’s Power 100

Every year, Businessweek produces the Power 100, a compilation that ranks the world's best-performing athletes based on statistics, the popularity and viewing audience of their sports, endorsement earnings, and their reach on social media.  The rankings are curated by CSE and Horrow Sports Ventures, which use E-Poll Market Research and Nielsen/E-Poll N-Score

UCLA Golfer Patrick Cantlay Hires Mark Steinberg of Excel Sports Management

Two days ago, Excel Sports Management announced, via its Twitter account, that it signed top-ranked golfer Patrick Cantlay. Cantlay is leaving his school (UCLA) to compete professionally on the PGA Tour.  He had two years of eligibility remaining, which he will now forfeit.  Cantlay has placed his trust in Mark Steinberg of Excel Sports to

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (6/8/2012)

Jewish girl nose jobs decreasing.  Due to ethnic pride?  How about my White Hot Heat?  Better believe I will be in the American Airlines Arena for Game 7 of Heat vs. Celtics.  My newest Forbes article is titled, Detroit Tigers Pitcher Andrew Oliver's Former Advisors' Actions May Represent Significant Threat To

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