For the third time this year, the NBA and NBPA have extended the deadline for either side to opt-out and give 45-day notice to terminate the CBA. This time, the deadline has been pushed to October 30. The current CBA was established in 2016 and was set to run seven years, with … [Read more...] about Forging the Future: The questions that must be answered before the NBA’s 2020-21 season.
With the 2019-2020 NCAA College Basketball season tipping off, most would expect the Kansas Jayhawks to be looking to make a run at the National Championship. However, amidst program allegations, could Kansas’s performance in the courtroom be more important than its on-court … [Read more...] about Amidst Basketball Program Sanctions, the Kansas Jayhawks Aren’t Backing Down
Judge Edgardo Ramos for the Southern District of New York ruled that that actions of University of Arizona men’s basketball coach, Sean Miller, and Louisiana State University men’s basketball coach, Will Wade, are irrelevant to the upcoming college basketball bribery trial and … [Read more...] about College Basketball Head Coaches Will Not Have to Testify
The Student-Athlete Equity Act was introduced by U.S. Representative Marker Walker (R-NC) and co-sponsored by U.S. Representative Cedric Richmond (D-La). The bill is designed to prevent qualified amateur sports organizations from restricting student-athletes from using or being … [Read more...] about Congressman Introduces Legislation to Allow NCAA Athletes to Profit Off Likeness
One year ago, referee John Higgins officiated a controversial NCAA March Madness basketball matchup between Kentucky and North Carolina. In the wake of Kentucky’s loss, Kentucky Sports Radio hosts allegedly shared Higgins’s personal and business information and encouraged the … [Read more...] about Whistle Blown on Referee’s Suit against Kentucky Radio Network