CBT = Collective Bargaining Tussle

Photo via FiveThirtyEight Introduction/History of the Collective Bargaining Tax Major League Baseball (MLB) has already decided to cancel the first two series of the season, and more cancellations are looming with the league and the players association (PA) unable to agree to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA). One of the biggest sticking... Continue Reading →

Meet Dan Milstein: The Ukrainian-Born Super-Agent Representing Majority of NHL’s Russian Players

(Photo via: Carlos Osorio/Associated Press) Dan Milstein is one of the National Hockey League’s most successful player agents. Milstein, and his Gold Star Sports Management Group, represent the vast majority of the League’s Russian players, including superstars such as Nikita Kucherov and Andrei Vasilevskiy of the two-time reigning champion Tampa Bay Lightning, future NHL Hall-of-Famer... Continue Reading →

Social Media’s Impact on Sports Negotiations

Photo via Houston Chronicle In today’s world , anyone can share their opinion at the click of a button. Social media has drastically shaped and changed people’s opinions on popular discussions including politics, investment trends, and now professional sports. Along with the strong impact of social media, celebrities have major influence on their fans. Earlier... Continue Reading →

Hockey Has a Sexual Assault Problem

(Photo via Darryl Dyck/CP) For all of the posturing that male hockey players, coaches, and their teams do to maintain the purported squeaky-clean, gentlemanly image, there is an undeniable trend in sexual assaults being committed by members of the hockey community. Of course, this trend does not apply to the overwhelming majority. Nevertheless, a string... Continue Reading →

Super Bowl Ad Prices & Restrictions

[1] If you were not one of the 70,000 fans in attendance at this year’s Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, you were likely one of the estimated 101.1 million television viewers who tuned in via NBC to watch the Los Angeles Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals on a late fourth-quarter drive.[2] These... Continue Reading →

Super Bets on the Super Bowl

[i] Wagers placed on Super Bowl LVI reached record highs as legal online sports betting continues to boom in the United States following the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association. In May 2018, the Supreme Court rescinded the federal ban on sports betting, opening the door to the legalization... Continue Reading →

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