Basketball Arbitral Tribunal - Dorsey, Wasserman Media Group v/ Apollon Lemesou Basketball Ltd., B.C. Apollon – BAT 1711/21
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal - Garcia v/ A.C. Panthessalonikeios Athlitikos – BAT 1754/21
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – Inception Sports LLC v/ Kelly – BAT 1765/21
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – Craig Jr. v/ Aomori Sports Creation Co. Ltd – BAT 1771/21
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – Mersin Yeni?ehir Belediyesi Çukurova Basketbol Kulübü v/ Gray
Indonesian Basketball League partners with Genius Sports to launch robust integrity programme
NBA fines Dallas Mavericks $750,000 for league violation
How Cryptocurrencies, Fan Tokens And NFTs Are Regulated In Germany
Lessons From The FTX Collapse For Sports Organisations On Drafting Sponsorship Agreements
Removing Cross Examination Requirements: What impact could the proposed changes to Title IX have on accused students?
Key Principles On Player Contracts From The Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (Part 3 – Compensation For Wrongful Termination)
NFTs As Expressive Works? Does The US First Amendment Protect Against Trademark & Copyright Concerns
Name Image & Likeness: Why U.S High School Athletes May Sue Over Rights Restrictions
NBA AND NBPA ANNOUNCE RECOGNITION PAYMENTS FOR FORMER ABA PLAYERS
The Independent Mali Basketball Abuse Investigation – Important Lessons For International Sport
Legal Rights In Performance Data: Why Athletes Need To Dig Down For Data Mining
Sports Law in 2022 – Key issues to watch in Europe
Sports Law in 2022 – Key issues to watch in UK & Ireland
Football Club Financing: Why 'Mini-Bonds' Are In Trend
The uncertain future of the NCAA post Alston – Federal v State Legislation v Conference Guidelines
Former Atlanta Dream Players Courtney Williams & Crystal Bradford Suspended
The WNBA announced today that former Atlanta Dream players Courtney Williams and Crystal Bradford have been suspended without pay for their roles in an altercation outside of an Atlanta-area club in May and for related health and safety protocol violations. Williams’ suspension is for two games and Bradford’s suspension is for one game.
Athlete Brand Ambassadors: Do's And Don'ts for Sponsors
FIBA boosts basketball's presence in Canada by signing deal with market leader Sportsnet
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal - Monroe Jr. v/ BC Khimki – BAT 1710/21
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal - Hanlan, Wasserman Media Group v/ Iraklis B.C – BAT 1751/21
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – Gherdan v/ Cangrejeros de Santurce - BAT 1757/21
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – Agee v/ Maccabi Haifa BC – BAT 1769/22
Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – Zohore v/ BC Rilski Sportist Samokov - BAT 1778/22
How The Anti-Violence Against Women & Children Act Applies To Allegations Of Abuse In Philippine Basketball
Basketball Arbitration Tribunal - Rodrigue Akl, Ellias Rustom - Lebanese Club Sagesse Beirut Club - BAT 1110/17
Can Russian Athletes Still Participate In The 2024 Paris Olympic Games?
The NCAA's New NIL Guidance: What Do You Need to Know
How BAT Ruled On A Player Contract Affected By Russia Ukraine War (Brantley v Basketball Club UNICS)
Improving Diversity, Equity & Inclusion In Sport – Lessons From Australia & UAE
Navigating Name, Image & Likeness - Tips For College Athletes, Brands & Universities
FIBA statement regarding incidents after the FIBA EuroBasket 2022 game between Turkey and Georgia
WNBA and NBA Statement Regarding Brittney Griner
Key Principles On Player Contracts From The Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (Part 2: Interpretation & Performance)
Key Principles On Player Contracts From The Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (Part 1 – Formation)
Sports Lawyer In Spotlight: Lindsay Brandon
Sports Law in 2022 – Key issues to watch in North America
Sports Law in 2022 – Key issues to watch in Asia, Africa & Oceania
Key Sports Law Cases And Developments Of 2021 – Asia, Africa & Oceania
Nigerian Women’s Football & Basketball Teams Fight For Equal Pay
Bitcoin Payments In Sport - The Opportunities And Risks For Clubs And Players
FIBA Intercontinental Cup to break new ground with 2022 edition taking place in Egypt
The next edition of the FIBA Intercontinental Cup is set to mark a landmark in the history of the competition which started 56 years ago, as it will be held in February 2022 in Cairo, Egypt, taking place in an African country for the first time.
The event is poised to further enhance its unique transatlantic status by also becoming the first club competition in basketball history to feature contenders that will be representing four different regional leagues.
WNBA Approves New Playoff Format
The WNBA Board of Governors approved changes to the league’s playoff format and postseason seeding, effective with the 2022 season, the WNBA announced today. The reconfigured postseason structure will include three rounds of series-play using a best-of 3-5-5 format.
Beginning with the WNBA’s 26th season, the eight teams with the highest winning percentages over a 36-game schedule regardless of conference will qualify for the playoffs and be seeded based on their record. All eight playoff teams will participate in first-round, bracket-style play consisting of four best-of-three series.