Michael Jordan’s Being Sued By A Chinese Company Who Stole His Name And Likeness

Michael Jordan’s Being Sued By A Chinese Company Who Stole His Name And Likeness

For the several years now, Michael Jordan has been in a legal dispute with a Chinese company called “Qiaodan”, who have been “legally” using the Jordan image to sell merchandise in China since the late 90’s. Not only is “Qiaodan” is the phonetic romanized translation of the Mandarin version of the name “Jordan”, but the company […]

Kyrie Irving Demands A Trade; Cleveland Cavs Are Falling Apart

Kyrie Irving Demands A Trade; Cleveland Cavs Are Falling Apart

Kyrie Irving has officially demanded a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers. While many people have speculated that the team was beginning to fall apart after they fired GM David Griffin, this is one of the first major indicators that it’s really happening. Irving apparently contacted Dan Gilbert, the team’s owner, directly a week ago. Chris Haynes says Kyrie’s […]

Case Dismissed: Lochte’s Brazilian Nightmare Finally Ends

Case Dismissed: Lochte’s Brazilian Nightmare Finally Ends

It’s been almost one entire year since Olympic gold-medal winner Ryan Lochte was suspended, fined and summoned to appear in a Brazilian court for falsifying a police report. Now, eleven month later, an appellate court in Brazil has finally dismissing the case, concluding that Lochte had not broken the law. It all began when Lochte […]

IMD: Olympic Committee Needs Independent Ethics Commission

IMD: Olympic Committee Needs Independent Ethics Commission

In 2015, The International Institute for Management Development  (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland was commissioned to draft a report on the International Olympic Committee (IOC).  This report came out on Monday and outlined 33 recommendations for improving the IOC. One major area of concern was the Olympic Solidarity Commission, who are in charge of allocating over $500 […]