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Senior Writer, ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com — ESPN

Senior Writer, ESPN. Around the Horn, Olbermann, Sports Reporters, HQ, ESPN Films, some other things: t.co/Bf0pW4wtz6. Ex-SI. torre@post.harvard.edu

There’s A Difference Between Broke And Bankrupt For Ex-NFL Players

fivethirtyeight.com — Seven years ago, I started reporting a piece for Sports Illustrated on the financial health of NFL players - a whole lot of them went broke soon after leaving the league. Ever since then, I've been seeking reliable statistics to help define the scope of a complicated problem.

Isolation Play | abc7.com

abc7.com — Warning: This story contains explicit language. BETWEEN THREE AND a million years ago, after an increasingly intimidating series of meetings with literary agents, I resolved to write a book about the ascension of Jeremy Lin. None of this was my idea.

Rising star Smart fuels VCU's crazy run with characteristic conviction

si.com — HOUSTON -- On Sunday night, after Virginia Commonwealth University had reached the Final Four by razing No. 1 Kansas, 71-61, I met the coach who'd shocked the nation in a moment of rare quiet.

They showed him the money

fortune.com — The most famous words in the history of sports representation are fictional, sure. But Leigh Steinberg, the man famed as the original superagent, still claims responsibility for their provenance. It was the spring of 1993, the week of the annual NFL owners' meetings in Palm Desert, Calif.

College hoops is going at a sluggish pace

How (and Why) Athletes Go Broke

BACK OF ALL TRADES

si.com — Spend enough time in the orbit of Robert Griffin III-known around Waco, Texas, as RG3, Superman, Black Jesus, the Ambassador and the Most Exciting Player in College Football-and it's impossible to shake the thought that the cheery quarterback was constructed in a secret military lab in southern Japan.

NBPA director: 'Let's stop pretending'

7online.com — NEW YORK -- Michele Roberts, the NBA players' union executive director, questioned several of the principles that have governed owner-player relations in the league for decades Wednesday, objecting to the concept of a salary cap while making clear she'd push for much more than a 50-50 split of basketball-related income.

NBPA director: 'Let's stop pretending'

abc7chicago.com — NEW YORK -- Michele Roberts, the NBA players' union executive director, on Wednesday questioned several of the principles that for decades have governed owner-player relations in the league, objecting to the concept of a salary cap while making clear she'd push for much more than a 50-50 split of basketball-related income.

NBPA director: 'Let's stop pretending'

6abc.com — NEW YORK -- Michele Roberts, the NBA players' union executive director, on Wednesday questioned several of the principles that for decades have governed owner-player relations in the league, objecting to the concept of a salary cap while making clear she'd push for much more than a 50-50 split of basketball-related income.
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May 25, 2015

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May 24, 2015

RT @CJToledano: True Life: I Spend All My Money On Shoes With Muscular Men Who Are Younger Than Me's Name On Them

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