I am certainly going to be paying attention to the formation of Israel’s National Baseball Squad. I hope Shawn Green blasts some homers in the World Baseball Classic. Perhaps I should send Ian Kinsler a personal letter requesting that he shows his pride by joining the team. I have two new Forbes pieces that I hope you enjoy: (1) Football Agent Named Defendant In Three Pending Lawsuits Calls Accusers Desperate and Vindictive; and (2) NFL Agents Operating Under New Rules In The Recruitment Of Prospective Clients. Here are some stories I failed to cover over the past week:
- Myers has perfected the art of the “humble grind” [Will Bob Myers’ winning formula pay off in his role as Golden State Warriors G.M.?].
- David Falk thinks this year’s is going to be a one-player draft [Charlotte Bobcats’ claws out for top NBA Draft Lottery pick].
- Go Gators…nuff said [Brad Beal Workout].
- Peter King praises Priority Sports & Entertainment for putting on a seminar to help their clients prepare for life after football [Monday Morning QB].
- Jack Bechta bases his list on 25 years of experience [Ten Reasons Why NFL Players Go Broke].
- “For the health and survival of cricket as a truly competitive sport corruption..” [Cricket: Match-fixers lose appeals].