Within his first full year as NBA commissioner, Adam Silver (“Silver”) has made headlines more than once. “Since replacing David Stern as NBA commissioner in February of 2014, Silver has
When Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant goes on the road to play basketball games in states that impose state income taxes, not only “does he leave behind enduring images of
Effective October 21, 2014, the Board of Governors of the National Basketball Association (NBA) adopted new investment standards that limit the total number of persons that may own equity interests
I’m a person. I’m a father. I’m an artist, I’m a writer, I’m a painter, I’m a musician. And sometimes I play basketball. Larry Sanders (“Sanders”), a 6’11” center
On April 9, 2013, Marquette University Law School and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel sponsored a symposium titled “A New Milwaukee Sports and Entertainment Arena? Defining the Benefits and Dividing the
The National Basketball Association has experienced several relocations of league teams since 2001: 2001 – Vancouver Grizzlies relocated to Memphis, Tennessee. 2002 – Charlotte Hornets relocated to New Orleans, Louisiana.
“Hustler” Bill Veeck was a baseball executive and principal owner of a number of major league baseball franchises, and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Veeck in his
According to a Sports Illustrated article dated March 23, 2009 entitled “How (and why) Athletes Go Broke,” within five years of retirement, sixty percent of former NBA players have gone