Dig into the business of sports with Forbes Executive Editor, Mike Ozanian, as he speaks with team owners, athletes and industry leaders about the money and enterprise born of supreme athletic competition.
Chris Paul has an incredible resume and has earned an estimated $250 million from basketball and endorsements. On this SportsMoney podcast Paul talks about his journey to the Houston Rockets and President of the NBA Players Association, and what attaining an NBA title would mean for his brand.
Just 31 years old, Alexa Stabler will break new group representing five players in this year's NFL draft. On this SportsMoney podcast, Stabler discusses why she became an agent, lessons learned from her Hall of Fame father, and what she looks for in players.
BJ Armstrong won three NBA titles as a point guard for the Chicago Bulls in the early 1990s. On this SportsMoney podcast Armstrong discusses what he learned playing with Michael Jordan, being an executive with the Bulls and now representing players like Derrick Rose and Draymond Green for Wasserman.
The St Louis Cardinals will pay the shortstop $26 million over six seasons in part because of the unique way his agent, Burton Rocks, evaluates players. We chat with DeJong and Rocks on this SportsMoney podcast.
The Shark's diversified portfolio of businesses is involved in everything from real estate and eyewear to wine and restaurants, and his recent partnership with Authentic Brands Group is building long-term value through the ownership of intellectual property associated with prominent entertainment, fashion and sports brands. Norman is just getting started as he discusses on this SportsMoney podcast.
Kaleb Thornhill, director of player engagement for the Miami Dolphins, founded Athlete TransitionU, a platform to prepare young professional athletes for their careers after their days on the field, end.
Jeffrey Moorad has experienced just about everything in sports business?lawyer, player agent, team owner, CEO. He now oversees the sports practice at Morgan Lewis where he advises clients in areas such as stadium and team finance, media rights, litigation and merchandising. On this SportsMoney podcast, Moorad discusses the pending sale of the NFL's Carolina Panthers.
Draft Kings and Fan Duel have been losing money and mired in litigation. Meanwhile, MLB and the NBA are involved in efforts to legalize sports betting. On this episode, hear attorney Darren Heitner dissect the legal issues and possible outcome for fantasy sports and betting.
Dani Rylan has been an entrepreneur since attending Northeastern. The former captain of the Huskies ice hockey team peddled bottled water before Red Sox games while attending college and after graduating she opened up a coffee shop in New York City. On this SportsMoney podcast, Rylan talks about why she founded the NWHL and her plans for the new league.
Pitchers and catchers have reported to spring training but there are an unprecedented number of free agents in baseball yet to be signed. What gives? On this SportsMoney podcast, top sports economist Andrew Zimbalist delves into how analytics is changing the way teams value players and the impact it's having on baseball.
Kyle Busch drives for Joe Gibbs Racing and owns Kyle Busch Motorsports, which holds Camping World Truck Series records for most career wins, most wins in a single season and most Owner's Championships. On this SportsMoney podcast, Busch discusses sponsors, NASCAR charters and how he learned to race any type of vehicle.