Zion’s Attorney’s looking to have this overturned citing an earlier case out of North Carolina with the same parties &claims has precedence.
A tweet from Daniel Wallach who is a legal Analyst with the Athletic said : He believes todays court ruling has a high likelihood of being reversed by Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals.
the reason being that the Judge really has no discretion to deny an outright stay, based on 3rd DCA precedent from a case involving former NHL player Sergei Federou.
Zion’s Attorney’s are asking the Judge from THAT case to void I guess Zion’s marketing agreement with Ford & Prim Sports Marketing claiming it wasn’t a valid contract because Ford wasn’t a registered agent in the State of North Carolina & the Contract didn’t include a warning that is required by a State law designed to protect Amateur Athletes from Unscrupulous agents.
This guy is gonna walk Scott Free - - Nike Scott free - - & rat face – scott free - - why? - -Because it’s Nike & Duke. - -ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY
The league is very seriously talking 50 game Season. - -Prorate players salary for season.
HEY 50 game season ? - -Dam the Royals got a shot to make the playoffs with 50 game season lol. Get out to a quick start , & with 10 teams in the playoffs - - - every game is gone to be like 10 times more important.
You go on any kind of losing streak - - your screwed , BUT on the other hand - - man you get on a 10 game winning streak - - Hell that’s a fifth of your Season right ? - -you be in the Captains chair - - OH YA give the fans of KC something to cheer about - look out
@benshawks08 said in Racial Truths and Untruths and the Search for Justice while Doing Justice (previously titled To Infinity and Beyond):
@FarmerJayhawk Those all sound like a good start.
I go back and forth on unions because as a teacher (and specifically as a special
Education teacher for 5 years) I’ve seen the good and bad of teacher unions. They provide a singular voice that can advocate for raises and structural changes that have made life better for teachers. At the same time, I’ve watched unions handcuff administrators from getting rid of objectively bad teachers.
With more and more money filtering up instead of trickling down, unions are essential to leveling the playing field but I agree the police unions are notoriously awful and a serious problem that needs to be dealt with.
Your list is about as good of list as I’ve seen and I appreciate you note they are “low hanging fruit” meaning there are larger systems changes need beyond those as well.
Thank ya. My view is teachers’ unions are net negatives to kids (Caroline Hoxby has done great work on the topic). But police unions are an obvious negative. In general, I’m very uncomfortable with the notion of public servants striking against the neediest in society.
The one thing I didn’t get to because I don’t have my head wrapped around entirely yet is a rewrite of criminal codes. I think we have far too many laws and regulations on the books, which complicates the job of law enforcement beyond what is necessary or even good. That’s sort of the coup de gras I’m after in this whole shindig. My man Chris Arnade (if you haven’t read his boom Dignity, please do. It’s required for understanding real poverty) calls it libertarianism for the upper class, authoritarianism for the lower class. I want the forever for everyone!