Archive for December 2011

2011 Year End Review: Biggest Sports Law Stories of 2011

2011 Year End Review: Biggest Sports Law Stories of 2011
2011 was quite a year on and off the field. In the pros, the Green Bay Packers became the new “America’s Team” after the ascension of Aaron Rodgers and winning its fourth Super Bowl. The Boston Bruins became the first Stanley Cup champion to win three game 7s in the playoffs on the road to... Read more »

Green Bay Packers Stock: A New Reason for Bears Fans to Hate the Packers

Green Bay Packers Stock: A New Reason for Bears Fans to Hate the Packers
Bears fans hate the Packers. It’s an undeniable fact. We hate the cheeseheads. We hate the Lambeau Leap. We hate the ugly green and yellow uniform color combination. We hate Packers fans travel better than Bears fans although Chicago has 37.5 times the population as Green Bay. We hate the Super Bowl trophy is named... Read more »

Chris Paul Nixed Trade Looks Bad for the NBA

Chris Paul Nixed Trade Looks Bad for the NBA
The NBA in 2011 has resembled a soap opera. First, the NBA Lockout once represented “nuclear winter” as both the NBA Players Union and NBA owners played a game of chicken until a surprise end during thanksgiving weekend. Now this. Sources alleged New Orleans Hornets All Star point guard Chris Paul was being shipped to... Read more »
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