Stacey Leawood has recently become the youngest certified NBA Player agent in Canada. Herself a varsity Track and Field athlete in university, Stacey has also spent time as a Director of Player Personnel with the Guelph Nighthawks and as an Assistant Coach for both the Memorial University Men's Basketball Team and the Newfoundland Rogues Professional Basketball Team. In this episode host Jamie Allison talks with Stacey about her early success as a player agent, how she genuinely cares about the success of her athletes and uses that approach to set herself a part from the competition and her approach to setting and achieving big goals and dreams. Be sure to tell Stacey and Jamie what you think about this episode by leaving a review and rating. It helps us get the message out there! Refresh and plan! Find out more www.bigideabigmoves.com Follow us on Instagram www.instagram.com/bigidea_bigmoves Facebook www.facebook.com/bigideabigmoves For Human Resources and Talent help contact www.epitomeHR.com Take their free assessment Talk to us about partnerships https://beacon.by/epitome-hr-inc/bibm-sponsoship-packages Follow Stacey on LinkedIn @stacey-leawood Instagram @staceyleawood Her athletes mentioned Xavier Moon @xmoon02 and Cady Lalanne @lac25_
Bob McElligott and Jody Shelley recap the first week of CBJ preseason play and preview the upcoming stretch of games before next Thursday's season opener vs. Arizona! The boys also chat with Chris Clark, the CBJ's director of Player Personnel.
On our weekly all baseball talk show, Chris Townsend discussed the A's final three games vs the Houston Astros (1:00), what the offseason could look like for the sport (7:45) and his least favorite interactions with athletes (2:11:50). He was joined by Athletics Farm Editor-in-Chief, Bill Moriarity (16:15), MLB Network Radio Analyst, Scott Miller (40:45), Bay Area Radio Hall of Famer, Marty Lurie (1:02:20), Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com (1:25:41), A's Analyst for NBC Sports Bay Area, Bip Roberts (1:44:15), Kiley McDaniel of ESPN (2:24:57) and A's Assistant GM & Director of Player Personnel, Billy Owens (2:42:35). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On the October 1 edition of A's Cast Live, our weekly all baseball talk show Monday through Friday, Chris Townsend discussed the A's final three games of the season vs the Astros (1:00) and what the offseason could look like for the sport (7:45). He was joined by World Series Hero and Astros TV Analyst, Geoff Blum (16:30) and A's Assistant GM & Director of Player Personnel, Billy Owens (29:50). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We continue our conversation with the Cincinnati Bengals Director of Player Personnel, Duke Tobin on this episode of In The Trenches with Dave Lapham presented by First Star Logistics. Duke Tobin discusses finding Darius Hodge, the impact and return of Frank Pollack as offensive line coach, and players like Joe Burrow, Trey Hopkins, and D.J. Reader coming back from injury. Also addressed is the case of the drops by Ja'Marr Chase during the preseason and much more.
On this episode of In The Trenches with Dave Lapham presented by First Star Logistics, we welcome back the Director of Player Personnel for the Cincinnati Bengals, Duke Tobin. The past several weeks have been busy for Duke Tobin and his staff as they've worked to build the 2021 Cincinnati Bengals that will take the field against the Minnesota Vikings to open the 2021 season. In Part One of Two, Duke Tobin talks about some of the more recent moves and decisions with the additions of B.J. Hill, Nick McCloud, and Wyatt Ray along with the decision on tight end Thaddeus Moss, a player Joe Burrow has expressed a desire to see on the team.
Larry Harris, Assistant General Manager and Director of Player Personnel for the Golden State Warriors, joins Damon Bruce, Ray Ratto, and Matt Kolsky to discuss the NBA Draft. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stick a fork in it. The offseason is done, finished, DEAD. Nick Roush and Adam Luckett put the offseason to bed and prepare you for Talking Season on the latest edition of 11 Personnel. We have rosters, preseason all-conference teams and predicted order of finish in the SEC. What more could you ask for? You'll find it all on 11 Personnel. Highlights: -- The best players to wear No. 89 and No. 7. -- Where UK has invested scholarships. -- The latest on Devonte Ross.-- Could UK be favored in 8 games?-- Florida isn't the same Florida as last year.-- Luckett's Locks for The Open.
It's hotter than Satan's shorts. Cool down with a little football talk. Nick Roush and Adam Luckett are back together in person, reunited to share some good news and some bad news on the UK football recruiting front. They're also chiming in on NIL and a few other summer radio, talking season topics. Highlights:-- The U is back.-- Summer jobs. -- Will the Bill O'Brien stink follow him to Alabama? -- Takeaways from CFB preview magazines. -- Not great news for a 2023 UK QB target. -- A strange quiet around one recruit could be good news for Kentucky.
BJ Kissel is joined by Eric Galko, Director of Football Ops and Player Personnel for the East-West Shrine Bowl, to talk about the Shrine Bowl's latest announcement on its change of venue and much more.
The first open recruiting period in over a year made June an incredibly busy month for the Kentucky Football program. On the latest edition of 11 Personnel, Nick Roush and Adam Luckett discuss all of the good news and bad news from an uncharacteristically wild summer month. Highlights:-- What Brez means to Mark Stoops' staff.-- Why Dare Rosenthal can be a good fit at Kentucky. -- Despite turnover, there's stability on the Big Blue Wall.-- OLD ALERT: Antonio Hall has a son that will attend UK. -- How UK could close out recruiting on the offensive line in 2022.-- Two rising stars from the state of Kentucky. -- Old man yells at clouds. -- Interesting information from QB Chris Parson.
After almost two years of football talk, 11 Personnel has reached 100 episodes. Nick Roush and Adam Luckett celebrate with some schadenfreude, comparing the Doc Rivers and Ben Simmons blow-up to the worst disasters in modern college football history. Of course, they also have a few technical difficulties and some serious football recruiting discussions as Kentucky keys in on three 2023 quarterbacks. Highlights from episode 100: -- The oddities of UK's 2017 loss to Florida deserve an oral history.-- Remember that time Lamar fumbled? -- The latest on Ryan Baer's recruitment following his official visit. -- Will one five-star commitment stick? -- Which successful QB Luckett sees in Destin Wade.-- A positive sign from Keaten Wade.-- Oklahoma's interest is a good sign for one UK QB recruit.
Like everyday, it's a great day to make fun of Louisville. The Cards can't get out of their own way with one piece of stupidity after another during a big recruiting weekend, but before Nick Roush and Adam Luckett roast UofL, they break down everything that happened during Kentucky's second Sunday Showcase Camp. A talented affair during a busy recruiting weekend, there's a lot to love in the latest 11 Personnel, like...-- Rising talents from the Commonwealth. -- Three players you need to know from the camp. -- Mullets are all the way back. -- An official visitor on commitment watch? -- What Jacquez Jones brings to Lexington. -- Who left Lexington with scholarship offers. -- Get old, stay old.
Coach Derickson discusses how to tell the difference between a coach marketing to you versus actually recruiting you, how to not get camped out, and how to navigate the whacky transfer portal. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coachcahillshow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachcahillshow/support
The Kentucky football team has resumed official activities by bringing players back into the weight room and hosting talented recruits at camps. Nick Roush and Adam Luckett describe what they saw at the first UK Football Sunday Showcase and share a few significant recruiting nuggets as official and unofficial visitors make their way into Lexington. Highlights: -- Scheduling problems during the camp crunch. -- A few notable underclassmen QBs UK is recruiting.-- One area Kentucky is hitting hard "that craps out football talent." -- Figuring out the new tertiary recruiting areas after Clinkscale's departure. -- The latest on UK's pursuit of Jacquez Jones. -- It feels GREAT to be back to normal.
We hit on the news around the program - Saeed Khalif hired as the Director of Player Personnel, and recruits are officially on campus for the first time since Mel Tucker took over. We talk about how you would construct an on-campus visit for a recruit at MSU, what player archetype we need to jump start Tucker's tenure, and touch on some NBA/NHL playoff stories. Share, Subscribe, Rate, and Review! https://www.standingroomspartans.com/ https://twitter.com/StandingRoomMSU https://twitter.com/spartanmartin18
The Dead Period is DEAD. On the latest episode of 11 Personnel, Nick Roush and Adam Luckett mount up for what will be a busy month of recruiting for the Kentucky Football program. They discuss what you need to keep an eye on in the month of June, among other things, like...-- The two primary goals the coaching staff wants to accomplish in June.-- Bus Tours SZN. -- What we know about Chris Collins. -- An unlikely college basketball coach killer. -- Sliding door moments in college sports. -- Noon kickoffs, not that bad.
Asher and Ben react to the massive (and sad) news that Wisconsin football Director of Player Personnel Saeed Khalif is headed to Michigan State. Also, Braelon Allen at RB when he gets to Madison? The 2021 signee will start his Badger career on offense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of the “Raptors 905 Podcast” Charles and Savanna are joined by Assistant GM/VP of Player Personnel for the Toronto Raptors, Mr. Dan Tolzman. Dan also has the distinction of being the very first General Manager of the Raptors 905 franchise. We hear about the start of his journey through professional sports, what that first year in the League was like, and how the growth of the game and success of the 905 has played a key role in the success of NBA players, and other franchises inside and outside of our own.
How does the transfer portal work? How do they distinguish what players they like? Get to know Robert Blechen, Utah's man in charge of recruiting, and go behind the curtain of Utah Football's recruiting world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hunter Golden, the Director of Player Personnel for the Westfield Starfires, joins Back to the Futures! Golden discusses his day-to-day operations, he gave an in-depth look at the roster and talked about how he initially got to Westfield. He also talks about his experiences at ESPN, why he wanted to work in sports, what "Bullens Magic" means to him and much more! Presented by ChangeUp, Zephyr, 78 Sports and On Demand Storage.
Summer Radio is in full swing. This week two of our favorite college football offseason topics surfaced, future bets on win totals and scouting reports from anonymous coaches. Nick Roush and Adam Luckett wade through the muck to tell you exactly what you need to know and how it could potentially help your wallet. Highlights: -- Luckett's struggle to find an Athlon magazine on newsstands.-- QB accuracy questions vs. physical tools. -- 11 Personnel isn't the only place questioning Scott Satterfield's culture fit on Floyd St.-- One SEC school who's worse off at WR than UK. -- Kentucky's path to hitting over 6.5. -- A couple good-looking unders. -- Evaluating the 2021 road trips.
Brian catches up with Jay Smith, the Director of Player Personnel and Development for Michigan men's basketball, about the unique challenges of the last year (2:30), the development of Juwan Howard from incoming Wolverine player to current Wolverine Head Coach (7:45), the importance of continuity among players and staff members (17:00), his impressions of some of the returning and incoming players (22:15), and his emotions surrounding the Fab Five's presence around the program (28:45).
As we head into a new year on the show, I've decided to circle back with previous guests of the show that have risen to new roles since their last appearance. Last week we checked up on Eric Galko and his new gig with the Shrine Bowl (click here to listen to that episode), and now we shift gears back to college recruiting and Gaizka Crowley! Gaizka, who last appeared on the episode 8 to talk about the differences between FCS and FBS Recruiting, now is the Director of Player Personnel at UNLV and as real influencer in the college football personnel space. Teaming up with a host of sponsors (including Up Close In Personnel's OFFICIAL SPONSOR - War Room) and Nevada-Reno's Director of Recruiting - Lucas Gauthier (you can follow him on Twitter at @Lgauthier_), Gaizka is spearheading the first ever, DPP Spring Clinic. This professional development opportunity is a big topic of discussion on this show, and will be commencing May 27-May 28 at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, NV! The format of the clinic will be panel-based, roundtable discussions led by thought leaders in the industry and recruiting/personnel members from across the country. Gaizka's main focus was to create an engaging, networking opportunity for people in the industry as we currently lack the connectivity that the coaching industry seems to have. During the episode, there were some great nuggets on how Gaizka is approaching his new position at UNLV and also how he attacks job interview opportunities. Here are some key takeaways from the show: On preparing for the interview, Gaizka works off a portfolio template that covers many things on the program he's interested in but two things stood out to me: Evaluate the most recent signing class (in as much detail as possible; he creates full, one page reports) Breakdown their recruiting "heat map", identifying their hot and cold spots (regionally) across the country, along with where there are potential market inefficiencies/areas to get more involved in geographically In addition to more insight into how to prepare for the interview, Gaizka closed with stressing the importance of hitting home three key points. Know your strengths, know the language the team is speaking and their vision for the program, and don't try to do too much. To give an example of Gaizka's three main things, he brings up three traits that he will bring to the building every single day: Unbelievable Organization No Ego Gratitude And before you ask someone for a job or toss out your resume, ask yourself one question - "How can I provide value to this person?" "What problem can I solve for them?" Then go out and execute! It was another awesome episode with a great friend and impressive individual in the industry; to find and follow Gaizka, head over to Twitter @Gaizka_UNLV! To sign up for the DPP Spring Clinic and get more information, also be sure to follow @FBPersonnel on Twitter!
In the first hour, Tyler and DMac hype up Game 3 between the Avalanche and Blues. The guys give their thoughts on Darren Mougey becoming George Paton's right-hand man after being promoted to Director of of Player Personnel. At The Water Cooler, Tyler explains how children hold their parents hostage. Did Trevor Lawrence send the Jaguars to voicemail multiple times? DMac tries to endorse Patrick Mahomes' latest suggestion to the NFL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The fine folks at 247 Sports predicted a 6-0 start for the Kentucky Football team, which got Adam Luckett and Nick Roush thinking. How do they get there? What would it look like if they got there? Is the BBN tasting Sugar on New Year's Day? All of those questions are answered and more on the latest edition of 11 Personnel. Highlights: -- Will Levis is on campus at the most fun time of the year to be on campus. -- Why Archie Collins could check a lot of boxes as a DB coach. -- What is Mark Stoops' second best team at Kentucky? -- How can the 2021 Cats' become the second best Stoops team? -- Ranking all of the coaches in Power Five football. -- PGA Championship Locks from Luckett.
The Locked On Utes Podcast for May 19, 2021 Utah Baseball takes down the rival BYU Cougars with some power and authority as the Utah bats woke up for an 11-5 drubbing of the Cougars. We talk about the recent improvement of the squad and what lies ahead, along with a rundown of the stadium situation. Utah Men's Basketball adds another member to the support staff with the announcement of Tramel Barnes as the new Director of Player Personnel. A quick overview of his resume and some updates on recruiting as Utah awaits word regarding a potential transfer portal prospect in De'Jon Lucas. The Men's Golf team is making a run at the NCAA Regionals, we'll give you the results and let you know what lies ahead for the squad, and what the odd of making it to the NCAA Tournament really are. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In an encore performance, Eric Galko (previously featured on Ep. 26 of the show) breaks down his new exciting position as Director of Football Operations and Player Personnel with the East-West Shrine Game! Getting the shrine game was always a target of Eric's for more than just the football aspect, as a premiere all-star event for NFL scouts but primarily for its impact on the community and the Shriner's Hospital. As Eric details his job responsibilities, you can see that putting an all-star game together is much more than fielding a team of draft-eligible studs from across the country. Eric broke it down by simply stating he has 7 days or 168 hours to work with, so he's focused on three main things: 1. Players and teams will be able to meet in a very organized and professional manner (for interviews) 2. Players will be receiving first class treatment with meals, recovery technologies, etc. 3. Creating time and space for community events, specifically the Shriner's Hospital visit Moving onto the picking of players and building his boards, it's amazing to hear that Eric and his crew are already finishing up with the 2023 NFL Draft class. His focus, echoed throughout the show, has been and will continue to be eliminating bias in the process. How do you do that? Be detailed, thorough and accurate with the background profiling of prospects, knowing who they are, where they're from and objectively assessing the athletic measurables. In talking through how he and his staff at Optimum Scouting are able to work so far ahead on underclassman, Eric repeated a mantra that earned the show its title and that is "know which question to ask next". You can have too much information as a scout and it's important to know when to put the book down. After you've fully evaluated the prospect, know what is your next question to answer and monitor that question or the development you're waiting to see. From there, we touched on the fundamentals he teaches his scouts when evaluating players, what a "Demar Derozan-jumper" is in the scouting world, and how Eric stays up to speed on what is winning in the NFL today! It was a blast to record, as always with someone like Eric, and you can follow him on Twitter at @EricGalko! Thanks for tuning in, be sure to check out UpCloseInPersonnel.com for show notes/updates and have a blessed weekend!
Director of Player Personnel & PR for The Basketball Tournament Jake Pavorsky joins the podcast to talk about this summer's TBT, the West Virginia regional at the Charleston Coliseum & what makes the $1 million dollar winner-take-all tournament special.
Mark Stoops is in need of a new assistant coach. On Tuesday we learned that Steve Clinkscale is living Lexington to take a similar role at Michigan. In the latest edition of 11 Personnel, Nick Roush and Adam Luckett explain why Coach Clink was attracted to Jim Harbaugh's staff, even though his seat is perpetually hot. They also try to break down what could be next for the UK football program. Highlights:-- What Clinkscale brought to the table from the Great Lakes State and beyond. -- The UK assistant that needs to step up on the recruiting trail. -- Who's next? That's anybody's guess. -- Mr. Football running it back. -- More than one new assistant coach on the move? -- A feud with Michael Bennett?
Cincinnati Bengals Director of Player Personnel, Duke Tobin gets In The Trenches with Dave Lapham presented by First Star Logistics. Tobin has been with the Bengals since 1999 coming from an NFL football family with father Bill Tobin and uncle Vince Tobin having held several jobs within the NFL over the years. Tobin talks about his own football-playing experiences and journey to the NFL along with talking about each player drafted by the Bengals in the 2021 NFL Draft. He'll also talk some Free Agency talk with Lap.
Eagles first-round draft pick DeVonta Smith speaks with the Philly media about his size, re-joining his former teammate, Jalen Hurts and more. Later in the episode, Eagles' GM Howie Roseman, VP of Player Personnel, Andy Weidl and head coach, Nick Sirianni explain the trade up for Smith and speak on his potential. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BIG-TIME GUEST ALERT! Sound Of Hockey has a super fun and interesting interview this week with Seattle Kraken director of player personnel, Norm Maciver. Norm played 12 seasons in the NHL and had some fascinating stops and stories along the way. In his post-playing career, he has found success as an NHL executive, serving as assistant general manager for the Chicago Blackhawks before moving into his current role with the Kraken. John, Andy, and Darren close out their interview with Norm by challenging him to a game of Let's Get Quizzical about himself. Also in this episode, plenty of discussion about Patrick Marleau's enormous milestone. Segments include Goalie Gear Corner, Weekly One-Timers, and Tweets of the Week. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Hey everybody, I'm Brian Clapp, VP of Content and Engaged Learning for WorkInSports.com and this is the Work In Sports podcast. I started to read a new book the other day and after about 70 pages I had to put it down. This is abnormal for me, I'm the type of personality that once I start something I have to finish it. I have to know how it ended. This is true for novels, movies, hikes to waterfalls you name it. I have to reach the moment of closure. I could be watching the worst Matthew McConaughey romantic comedy, which is slowly rotting my brain away with each passing line of dialogue (hello Failure to Launch), but I still have to see how it ends. This frustrates my wife, who can cut ties in a moment's notice… but that's another story. She's from Philly, she doesn't suffer fools. Back to the book. I had to put down this book for a very simple reason. And this is a book of great acclaim, an international best seller that was turned into a pretty darn successful movie. I put it down because it followed every generalized cliche you could possibly make about races, cultures, religions and creeds. The Japanese character was good at math and a whiz on computers. The Palenstinian character had been involved in terrorist acts. The Russian character was cold, calculating and emotionless. The Mexican character worked hard in the fields and then drank beer every night. The Jewish character was tight with their money and a shrewd negotiator. Of course, the American character was dashing, intelligent, and fearless — I'll leave that to your own interpretations. But I didn't make it much past those characters. This isn't me being “woke” or pandering to our current culture war, I just really hate generalizations. I hate cliches, I hate lazy, boring storytelling. Spreading this narrative and reinforcing to people where they should fit, is a dangerous weapon, meant to discourage. I'm not having it. I may spark some outrage with this, but I fail to believe we are all pre-determined to fit into categories at birth. We can be whoever we work and are driven to be. Period. Of course, I am oversimplifying, there are systemic obstacles that prevent many of us from becoming exactly who we desire to be, but the over-arching point is simple — none of us fit into a cliche, we are all individuals. Generalizations like the ones exhibited by this trash book slide their way into our sports world often. I just finished reading an article where the EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT/CHIEF REVENUE OFFICER OF THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE, Renie Anderson, posted an opinion piece on NFL.com reminding people that “hey, women work in sports too, and there are lots of us in the NFL!” Let me repeat that – She is an Executive VP and Chief Revenue Officer in the NFL – which immediately qualifies her as a badass – and she had to write an article telling people that women really do work in sports. In 2020. Let's break down some more walls, let's get out of this generalized, homogenized world and invite in change, diversity, and something a little unexpected. Ameena Soliman has one of the most interesting jobs in sports. As a player personnel coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles, she is an integral piece of the player personnel department, and I'll let her explain to you what that means, exactly. I'll sum it up from my point of view — I'm jealous. She is a Muslim woman working in football personnel, meaning she breaks all the rules of probability and smashes every stupid cliche. Now, let's be clear about something — I didn't invite Ameena on just because she is a Muslim woman working in player personnel. I invited her on because her role and experience are incredibly interesting and there are things we can all learn from her. Being a Muslim woman in sports is part of her story and we will talk about it some, we will talk about micro-aggressions and the way she...
Kyle Stark is a former MLB executive having worked with the front offices with the Cleveland Indians and Pittsburgh Pirates from 2004-2019. He was a front office assistant with the Indians for four seasons and then was hired as Director of Player Personnel with the Pirates in 2007. A few years later, in 2012, he was promoted to Assistant General Manager with the Pirates and helped lead Pittsburgh to three straight playoff appearances. He currently is consulting coaches and leaders and has a passion to see others grow in their leadership and joins us on the podcast today to share what he learned during his many years in Major League Baseball, the door that he broke down to make it into Major League Baseball and why it is important for us James 1:2 and embrace the suck. --- If you enjoyed this podcast with Kyle Stark, we know you'll love these conversations as well: – Clint Hurdle - Former MLB Manager – Jon Gordon, Power of a Positive Team For more stories on sports and faith, check out our website SportsSpectrum.com
Dan Morgan is a former Pro Bowl NFL Linebacker for the Carolina Panthers and the current Director of Player Personnel for the Buffalo Bills. Dan was selected 11th overall in the 2001 NFL Draft after playing college football at the University of Miami. At Miami, Dan became the first sophomore team captain in team history and was the first player in NCAA history to win the Butkus Award, the Nagurski Trophy and the Bednarik Award in a career (and in the same year). Today on the show, Dan and Eric discuss: (2:14-4:25) - Dan's upbringing in sports, transition into college (4:25-7:35) - Switching positions & leadership lessons from Miami (7:35-14:03) - Dan's advice to NFL players, looking back on his 7 year career (14:03-18:25) - Dan's transition out of the NFL and into the front office (18:25-24:05) - The job of Director of Player of Personnel: Covid impact, balancing family life & 2021 Buffalo Bills talk And much more! For more information about our sponsors today: https://punchdenergy.com To get 20% off your order, use the code: EricWood20
Chad and Simon welcome guest Jim Monos to the show. The former Buffalo Bills Director of Player Personnel spent 17 years in NFL front offices, and discusses his pursuit of a dream career in sports betting. He describes how his background in player evaluation does (and does NOT) factor into his handicapping. Later, the guys welcome on Darren Rovell to talk about NBA Top Shot, currently the hottest digital asset in the world of sports asset speculation. Is this a nascent market you should invest in... or a bubble waiting to burst? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com