Monthly Archives: May 2014

Donald Sterling’s Challenge Against NBA Discipline

Ever since NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned (now former) LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life, arguments have emerged for and against the decision. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban recently commented that the action is a ‘slippery slope’, likely out … Continue reading

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Trust Issues: Donald Sterling Ruled ‘Mentally Incapacitated’

With new stories emerging daily involving Donald Sterling and the Los Angeles Clippers, the latest twist in the plot is that Sterling had recently been declared ‘mentally incapacitated’ by experts, making him unfit to negotiate the sale of the team, … Continue reading

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Don Jones’ Tweets and Regulating Social Media Use of Professional Athletes

Among the many stories surrounding the historical drafting of Michael Sam into the NFL, Dolphins safety Don Jones’ tweet was quickly and wisely squashed into the past through swift action by the team. Although Jones’ reaction was not to the actual … Continue reading

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