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By Glenn Erby On Monday, September 14th, 2015

Cowboys Named Most Valuable Sports Franchise At $4 Billion By Forbes

The Dallas Cowboys are flying high once again, and it’s evident in the economics of sports. According to Forbes, America’s favorite team has overtaken Real Madrid ($3.26 billion) — to become More...

By Kel Dansby On Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Ronda Rousey’s 2014-2015 UFC Salary Revealed

Forbes has released their list of the highest paid women in sports over the past year, June 2014-June 2015, and UFC mega-star Ronda Rousey only checks in at #8. Here’s a breakdown of Rousey’s reported More...

By Glenn Erby On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Lakers Tops Forbes List of NBA’s Most Valuable Franchises at $2.6B

This wasn’t a secret, but it is very revealing.  I wonder how much the Buss family could score if they put the Lakers up for sell. Last season, the Los Angeles Lakers were one of only two NBA teams worth More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Forbes Top 10 NFL Overpaid Players; Percy Harvin #1

Harvin is paid like a #1 wide receiver, but doesn’t produce like one. He was a key contributor in the Seahawks Super Bowl win, but beyond that he was a disappointment. Once you add in the locker room issues, More...

By Glenn Erby On Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Lebron Overtakes Tiger Woods As Sports Biggest Brand

Despite his injuries and trouble on the golf course, Tiger Woods had a pretty decent year brand wise, raking in $36 million in endorsements. According to Forbes, LeBron James has the top sports brand around that More...

By Greg Smith On Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
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Cowboys Are NFL’s Most Valuable Franchise at $3.2B

Can we call this the Steve Ballmer effect? Forbes has ranked the most valuable NFL franchises and it is no surprise that the Cowboys came in at number one: Most valuable NFL franchises, according to @forbes: 1. More...

By Greg Smith On Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

Forbes Names LeBron 2nd Most Powerful Celebrity

LeBron James in powerful in the sports world, but he is just as powerful outside of sports too. Forbes has listed LeBron James as the 2nd most powerful celebrity outside of Beyonce in its Celebrity 100 list. James More...

By Quierra Luck On Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

NBA Teams Value In Wake Of Clippers Sale (Photo)

  Money makes our pretty world go round and when the Clippers went for $2 Billion, people everywhere cleaned their ears… The Clippers went for T-W-O B-I-L-L-I-O-N Dollars? Are we sure?  Yes and fans More...

By Greg Smith On Wednesday, December 18th, 2013
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Texas Football Most Valuable In The Country at $139 Million

So we know that Texas has a lot of money and is worth a lot to Austin. Forbes decided to actually rank the most valuable college football programs and Texas came out number 1. Not only did they come in at #1 with More...

By Glenn Erby On Monday, October 21st, 2013

Michael Vick Again Voted NFL’s Most Hated Player

Forbes magazine is reporting that their list of the NFL’s most hated player is out, and some four years after his release from prison, Michael Vick is still the leagues most hated. E-Poll Marketing Research along More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

Tiger Woods #1 on Forbes Top Paid Athletes List; Explains Why Lindsey Vonn is So Happy

Here is what Vonn had to say. “We just are happy,” the Olympics skier told People Magazine. “We’re similar. We’re both at the top of our sports, and we relate really well to each other.” I More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Michael Vick Voted Most Disliked Athlete in All of Sports

Get over it people. Considering all the criminals and bad people in sports, why do you continue to hang on your hate for Vick?  Yes, he killed Scooby Doo, I know. I like dogs, I thought it was an inhumane act More...

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