New NCAA Policies Only Look to Gain More Control Over Their Athletes

On Wednesday, the NCAA announced numerous college basketball policy changes, effective immediately, that include allowing players that go undrafted in the NBA Draft to return to school, adding stricter certifications for summer basketball-related events, longer suspensions, post season bans for coaches that break NCAA rules, and allowing “elite” high school players and college players to... Continue Reading →

Barbara Bottini is a Keeper

Bryan Colangelo resigned from his role as the President of Basketball Operations and General Manager of the Philadelphia 76ers after five Twitter burner accounts used to criticize his current and former teams were linked back to him. Law firm Paul/Weiss concluded that Colangelo did not create these accounts, or post from them.  His wife, Barbara... Continue Reading →

2K Sports Hates Cleveland

2K Sports announced today that LeBron James will be featured on the NBA 2K19 cover for the 20th anniversary of the game’s existence.  This will be LeBron’s second appearance as the cover athlete of one of the most popular sports video games.  His previous appearance was in 2014, when Lebron was still a member of... Continue Reading →

HBO’s “Paterno” Thoughts

On April 7th, HBO released its much-anticipated movie, Paterno, which brings the perspective of the Jerry Sandusky Scandal from the eyes of Joe Paterno, (played by the all-time great actor, Al Pacino) and the other prominent authority figures at Penn State such as Tim Curley, Gary Schultz, and Graham Spanier.  This is a topic that... Continue Reading →

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