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 […]

Celtics Must Clear Space To Complete Hayward Signing; Market Shrinking For Few Remaining Free Agents

Celtics Must Clear Space To Complete Hayward Signing; Market Shrinking For Few Remaining Free Agents

After much confusion on July 4th, the Boston Celtics have officially agreed to sign Gordon Hayward to a $128 million contract. In order to finalize the deal, the Celtics will now need to clear some significant cap-space to accommodate the incoming salary. Boston have already released Kelly Olynyk to free agency and are now aggressively shopping Marcus Smart, Jae Crowder […]

A Quick Guide To NBA Free Agency 2017

A Quick Guide To NBA Free Agency 2017

NBA free agency starts on July 1 and the league has already been shaken up by several big trades. –Chris Paul was traded to the Houston Rockets –Jimmy Butler was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves –Dwight Howard was traded to the Charlotte Hornets   -Kings announced plans to bring Bogdan Bogdanovic over from Europe –Phil […]

As Scalise Recovers From Shooting, Calls For Bipartisan Cooperation Must Continue

As Scalise Recovers From Shooting, Calls For Bipartisan Cooperation Must Continue

In the week following the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise, politicians ranging from President Donald Trump to Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi have all called for renewed efforts at Party Unity. However, new polls show that Democrats and Republicans seem split over the cause of the shooting. According to NBC: “By a 20 point margin, 52 percent to […]