In all seriousness, I had ACL knee reconstruction surgery one week ago. The first couple days were not fun, but I am doing much, much better (No vicodin in the last 24 hours!). Tomorrow I return to my regular work schedule.
Thanks for the many well wishes.
Keep visiting Money Players -- the stats are my motivation to keep on blogin'.
Some highlights from the last week
SportsAgentBlog.com interviews B.J. Armstrong Great interview done by Darren Heitner. Mostly interested on what B.J. has to say about World Wide Wes, O.J. and David Falk.
Kirk Wright commits suicide Sad ending to a person I've covered for the last couple years.
Championship running with the Bulls On the Bulls winning the lottery, their 90s championship run, and not-so-pleasant image of GM Jerry Krause with his shirt off.
The Agent Riddler strikes again Agent David Falk dished dirt a second time with CNBC's Darren Rovell. This time Falk's riddle isn't that difficult to decode.
More OJ Mayo coverage Got more interesting when someone who posted comments alleged to be former BDA employee. And also my response to Henry Abbott over at TrueHoop.
NCAA Enforcement and the blame game A primer on NCAA enforcement issues. Did NCAA prez Myles Brand really say his organization had "new information" in the O.J. Mayo case?
Kudos to Sports on My Mind blog for its provocative coverage of the O.J. Mayo saga. One post invokes my book to make his point. Smart. Another explores our culture and the "one and done rule" Note: I've said this before, but "one and done" is not a rule. The NBA only requires US-born players to be 19-years old and one year removed from high school. Players don't have to spend their "gap year" at an NCAA institution. They can play in the NBDL or Europe.
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--Marc Isenberg * with the aid of Vicodin