Well it’s been one hell of a week. The El Clasico Miami was an awesome event and my buddy Daniel Sillman did a great job as host. It is clear that Miami is a great host city for international soccer matches. Then, on Monday, I closed on a new house and home office, which is when the fun really began. There is no joy in moving and painting and organizing. There is also no fun in becoming a landlord for your other home, which I just became for the first time in my life. Headaches galore, but they all say it’s worth it in the end. I can tell you that the views of my new home make the bags under my eyes justifiable under the circumstances.
Special thanks to Football Training for helping us out this week on SAB!
This week on Forbes:
(1) More Than 8 Million Tokens Sold In Gambling ICO;
(2) This Week In Sports Law: Oklahoma State v. Ohio State, Billy Walters Sentence, Michael Irvin Escapes;
(3) NCAA Fails Kicker Donald De La Haye And All Student-Athletes
This week on Inc.: How the Blockchain Is Being Used to Change the Talent Agency Model
- Ginter is currently an agent for MVP Sports [Keith Ginter inducted into Round Rock Express Hall of Fame].
- Includes a blurb on Scott Boras, who once tried to donate a large sum of money to his alma mater [Notebook: Football workouts underway, keys to the City announced].
- Interesting that agent Joe Linta is also a coach at a high school [Malafronte: Hamden Hall’s Schoonmaker commits to Michigan].
- Brown has 2 years left on his deal with the Texans [Former agent Joel Corry weighs in on Duane Brown’s holdout].
- Would be an interesting dynamic with Jay Z as sports agent [Beyonce Reportedly Seeking Stake in Houston Rockets].
- Investment values WME-IMG at $6.3 billion [WME-IMG to Receive $1.1 Billion Cash Infusion (EXCLUSIVE)].
Source: Sports Agency Blog