WNBA Draft Prospects: Maya Moore and Porsha Phillips

It’s that time of year again for the WNBA Draft. The draft will take place at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut on Monday, April 11, 2001.  As the women’s professional league continues to develop and grow, the 2011 draft class is destined to increase fan base and command attention.  The class

2010 WNBA Championship

The 2010 WNBA championship began this past weekend.  The Seattle Storm and the Atlanta Dream tipped off for the WNBA Finals on Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 3 pm (EST). The best-of-five started in Seattle, Washington at KeyArena. Seattle won their first title in 2004. This year, Seattle defeated the Los

INTRODUCING: The Sports Agent Directory

The Sports Agent Directory is the most comprehensive sports agent directory in the world.  Sure, we provide links to various agency websites in our Sports Agencies feature, but the Sports Agency Directory, which is offered by Sports Agent 411, LLC provides everything you could possibly need in terms of information

Rookie Reflections

As agent advocates, we anticipate our clients making the necessary adjustments upon being drafted or securing placement with a professional organization. We expect our clients to perform based on contractual obligations and add value to the organizations as a professionals and human beings.  Athletes are consistently being evaluated by management and

2010 WNBA Draft

On April 8th, 2010, the WNBA held the 2010 Draft in Secaucus, New Jersey. Most of the featured prospects on Sports Agent Blog were chosen in the first or second rounds. Tina Charles of UConn was selected first and Monica Wright was selected second. All of the women featured on

2010 WNBA Draft Prospects: Tyra Grant and Alexis Gray-Lawson

“Natural talent only determines the limits of your athletic potential. It’s dedication and a willingness to discipline your life that makes you great.” — Billie Jean King, Founder of the Women’s Sports Foundation Tyra Grant is a 5”11 guard for the Penn State Lady Lions. Tyra is definitely a "lioness" on the basketball

2010 WNBA Draft Prospects: Jayne Appel and Monica Wright

“We're talking about women's professional basketball here. We're still new at this. A lot of times people forget the NBA was once where we are now. We've got to go beyond the true die hard women's professional-sports fan.” - Sheryl Swoopes Jayne Appel (pictured to the right) is