John Calipari’s multi-million dollar lifetime contract with Kentucky is another example of how college players are exploited by the NCAA system.
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Fans are most optimistic on MLB Opening Day, because every team is undefeated and anything is possible.
The highest paid player in baseball isn’t even the most popular player on his own team.
Many thought Le’Veon Bell was crazy for holding out and giving up millions, but he ultimately got the guarantees he was looking for.
Harper and Machado must prove to be worth their $300 million contracts.
The longtime Baltimore LB appears to be headed west, to where he played his college ball.
“Why weren’t people mad the first five years when I wasn’t getting paid?” says Cabrera.
Antonio Brown knows his worth and the Steelers organization just can’t deal with the new age Black athlete.
Call it a coincidence if you wish, but we’ll just call it the “Zion Rule”.
Zion’s blown Nike exposes the often one sided relationship between the sneaker industry and young men of color.