Mentions in the National Media

2020 (27) 

Beras, Erika. 2020. After pressure from players, some Black-owned businesses profit from NBA ‘bubble’

Marketplace. (July 30). https://www.marketplace.org/2020/07/30/after-pressure-from-players-some-black-owned-businesses-profit-from-nba-bubble/

RADIO INTERVIEW (national)

Leistikow. Chad. 2020. "As College Sports Financial Crisis Looms, What Will get Cut?" Des Moines Register. (July 24) https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/columnists/chad-leistikow/2020/07/24/leistikow-financial-crisis-looms-university-of-iowa-athletics-department-sports-program-cutting/5444579002/


Valenzuela, Sarah. 2020. "On and off the court/field of play, WNBA and NWSL are leagues on the rise." New York Daily News. (July 11). https://www.nydailynews.com/sports/ny-wnba-nwsl-womens-sports-20200711-ds23bhoq6fe3hpeyddpmd3vq4q-story.html

 

Cash, Meredith. 2020. "Cincinnati, Stanford, and 17 other Division I schools are permanently eliminating dozens of sports programs in an unexpected loss from the pandemic." Business Insider. (July 8) https://www.businessinsider.in/sports/news/college-sports-programs-have-been-an-unexpected-casualty-of-the-coronavirus-pandemic-heres-the-story-of-one-student-athlete-who-lost-his-team-/articleshow/76788416.cms

 

The Beat of Sports (Orlando Radio) "What The NBA May Look Like When It Returns" (July 8, 2020) (https://www.spreaker.com/user/9809307/what-the-nba-may-look-like-when-it-retur

RADIO INTERVIEW

Southard, Lukas. 2020. "The NBA hopes to recoup revenue in the “bubble” at Disney World." Marketplace. (June 18) https://www.marketplace.org/2020/06/18/the-nba-hopes-to-recoup-revenue-in-the-bubble-at-disney-world/

RADIO INTERVIEW (national)

 "NBA: entenda por que os Knicks, hoje saco de pancadas, deixam até Lakers para trás como time mais valioso." ESPN Brazil. (June 15, 2020). https://www.espn.com.br/nba/artigo/_/id/7046906/nba-entenda-por-que-knicks-hoje-saco-de-pancadas-deixam-ate-lakers-para-tras-como-time-mais-valioso?

 

Grainy, Tim. 2020. "The Week in Women's Football: What does the future look like in a post-Coronavirus world?" Tribal Football. (May) (https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/the-week-in-women-s-football-what-does-the-future-look-like-in-a-post-coronavirus-world-4326432#popup-sso

 

DiMauro, Mike. 2020. "Are the Chicken Littles going to win at UConn?. The Day. (May 30). https://www.theday.com/article/20200530/SPORT01/200539964

 

Wilson, Mike. 2020. "Tennessee football at Neyland Stadium in 2020? Here's what it could look like." Knoxville News Sentinel. (May 28) https://www.theleafchronicle.com/story/sports/college/university-of-tennessee/football/2020/05/28/tennessee-vols-football-neyland-stadium-2020-what-could-look-like/3115197001/

 

Kahn, Andrew. 2020. Even with empty stadiums, television a big driver in the push to bring back pro sports amid coronavirus. (May 22). MLive.com. https://www.mlive.com/sports/2020/05/even-with-empty-stadiums-television-a-big-driver-in-the-push-to-bring-back-pro-sports-amid-coronavirus.html

 

Greder, Andy. 2020. Cut sports? Trim coaches’ pay? A look at Gophers’ financial solutions amid coronavirus. Twin Cities Pioneer Press. (May 22). https://www.twincities.com/2020/05/22/cut-sports-trim-coaches-pay-a-look-at-gophers-financial-solutions-amid-coronavirus/

 

Keating, Peter. 2020. "Analysis: What equal pay in sports really means, as the fight goes on for U.S. women's soccer." ESPN.com. (May 14) https://www.espn.com/espnw/story/_/id/28971949/analysis-pay-equity-sports-really-means-fight-goes-women-soccer?

 

Walker, Harris and Elizabeth Karpen. 2020. “I’m not going to change because of a losing record”: Why the men’s basketball team’s faithful keeps coming back. Columbia Spectator. (May 8) https://www.columbiaspectator.com/sports/2020/05/08/im-not-going-to-change-because-of-a-losing-record-why-the-mens-basketball-teams-faithful-keeps-coming-back/

 

McManus, Jane. 2020. "U.S. women’s national soccer team loses in a court of law, but not in the court of public opinion." New York Daily News. (May 2). https://www.nydailynews.com/sports/soccer/ny-uswnt-court-case-public-opinion-20200502-z4raazlppfa6rgcxbspfoev2zm-story.html

 

Giambalvo, Emily. 2020. "Fearing cuts, non-revenue college sports look for ways to ‘weather this storm’" Washington Post. (April 27). https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2020/04/27/fearing-cuts-non-revenue-college-sports-look-ways-to-weather-this-storm/

 

Cooper, Ben. 2020. "As coronavirus spreads, Maryland looks ahead to an uncertain future for football season." The Diamondback. (April 20) https://dbknews.com/2020/04/20/maryland-athletics-football-coronavirus-uncertain-future-football-damon-evans/

 

Wigmore, Tim. 2020. "What is sport's post-coronavirus future? Legal, marketing and administrative experts deliver their verdict." Telegraph. (April 11). https://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/2020/04/11/sports-post-coronavirus-future-legal-marketing-administrative/

 

"Episode 419: Sports Economics David Berri." Gymnastic: The Pulse of Gymnastics. April 7, 2020 https://gymcastic.com/419-sports-economist-dr-david-berri/

PODCAST 

Morse, Clara Ence. 2020. "Ivy League to deny spring athletes additional year of in-conference eligibility." Columbia Spectator. (April 2) https://www.columbiaspectator.com/sports/2020/04/02/ivy-league-to-deny-spring-athletes-additional-year-of-in-conference-eligibility/

 

Michanen, Dylan. 2020. "ESPN to air WNBA Draft on main network after social media backlash. March 26. Yahoo Sports (originally NBC Sports). March 26. https://sports.yahoo.com/espn-air-wnba-draft-main-222949887.html


Almond, Elliott. 2020. "Coronavirus: What will economic hit be for Warriors, Sharks, other Bay Area pro teams?" The Mercury News (San Jose). (March 15). https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/03/15/coronavirus-what-will-economic-hit-be-for-warriors-sharks-other-bay-area-pro-teams/


Maese, Rick. 2020. "Typically Noisy Sports Month Is Silenced By Coronavirus Cancellations." The Washington Post. (March 12). https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2020/03/12/typically-noisy-sports-month-is-silenced-by-coronavirus-cancellations/


Bishara, Motez. 2020. "The NBA could lose billions this season. Who will eat that loss?" CNN.com (March 31) https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/31/sport/nba-coronavirus-cost-on-season-spt-intl/index.html


Chen, Nathan and Katherine Randolph. 2020. "Balling on a Budget: Disparities Persist in Women’s Basketball." The Georgetown Voice. (January 17). https://georgetownvoice.com/2020/01/17/balling-on-a-budget-disparities-persist-in-womens-basketball/

  

McManus, Jane. 2020. "The International Olympic Committee values money over humanity" New York Daily News. (January 14)

https://www.nydailynews.com/sports/more-sports/ny-2020-tokyo-olympic-games-political-protest-ban-ioc-20200114-5vldryiq3bh3hdebh6777sufvm-story.html

 

Shea. Bill. 2020. "Who will cash in more on this season: LSU or Joe Burrow?" THE ATHLETIC (January 9)

https://theathletic.com/1517202/2020/01/09/who-will-cash-in-more-on-this-season-lsu-or-joe-burrow/

 

2019 (39)

The Cheryl Reeve Show 81 - Whalen, McCarville, Phee and the '10s (December 26, 2019)

https://www.spreaker.com/user/talknorth/cheryl-reeve-81

 

Schrotenboer, Brent. 2019. "NCAA asserts collegiate values for bowls, but leaves room for liquor, casino sponsors." USA Today (December 20)

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2019/12/20/bowl-games-inside-ncaas-moral-code-college-football-sponsors/2695742001/

 

Eckert, Nora. 2019. “More domed stadiums, fewer ski resorts: Expect climate change to affect sports around the world.” Capital News Service. (December 18)

https://cnsmaryland.org/2019/12/18/more-domed-stadiums-fewer-ski-resorts-expect-climate-change-to-affect-sports-around-the-world/

 

Trainor, Kelsey. 2019. “How much money is Joe Burrow worth to LSU? Approximately $3.9 million.” FanSided. (December 15)

https://fansided.com/2019/12/15/joe-burrow-worth-lsu-football/

 

Dicaro, Julie. 2019. “We broke down 4 common arguments about equal pay in woman’s pro sports.” The Lily. (December 10)

https://www.thelily.com/we-broke-down-4-common-arguments-about-equal-pay-in-womens-pro-sports/

 

Trainor, Kelsey. 2019. “Does lack of women’s college basketball television coverage violate Title IX?” FanSided. (December 2)

https://highposthoops.com/2019/12/02/lack-womens-college-basketball-coverage-violate-title-ix/

 

Jessop, Alicia. 2019. “Can marketing players year-round boost WNBA revenues? How league and union are working to increase player visibility.” THE ATHLETIC. (November 27)

https://theathletic.com/1412624/2019/11/27/can-marketing-players-year-round-boost-wnba-revenues-how-league-and-union-are-working-to-increase-player-visibility/?source=twittered

 

Trainor, Kelsey. 2019. “Tua Tagovailoa’s injury latest example why NCAA needs to pay college athletes.” FanSided. (November 25)

https://fansided.com/2019/11/25/tua-tagovailoa-injury-why-ncaa-pay-athletes/

 

Business of Sports. 2019. “Zion Williamson Was Worth $5 Million a Year to Duke (Podcast).” Bloomberg. (November 20)

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2019-11-20/zion-williamson-was-worth-5-million-a-year-to-duke-podcast

 

Trainor, Kelsey. 2019. “Here’s how much money college athletes like Zion Williamson and others should have received from the NCAA.” FanSided. (November 12)

https://fansided.com/2019/11/12/college-athletes-ncaa-compensation-data/

 

Yu, Christine. 2019. “California Has a New Equal-Pay Act for Athletes.” Outside. (November 12)

https://www.outsideonline.com/2404547/california-equal-pay-for-equal-play-act

 

Monetti, Rich. 2019. “Greed, Not Title IX, Responsible for the Cutting of Men’s Sports Programs.” Vocal Media. (November 2019)

https://vocal.media/unbalanced/greed-not-title-ix-responsible-for-the-cutting-of-men-s-sports-programs

 

2019. “Column: Where – And We Mean Where – Is All The Washington Mystics Championship Gear?” Beyond The W. (November 2019)

http://beyondthew.com/column-where-and-we-mean-where-is-all-the-washington-mystics-championship-gear/

 

Mentock, Andrew. 2019. “There’s No Gender Gap For Winning Basketball Coaches.” OZY. (October 30)

https://www.ozy.com/the-huddle/male-and-female-basketball-coaches-get-the-same-results/223776/

 

Isard, Risa. 2019. “Opinion: How do we celebrate Kipchoge but turn blind eye to Semenya, para athletes?” GlobalSport Matters. (October 30)

https://globalsportmatters.com/culture/2019/10/30/opinion-how-do-we-celebrate-kipchoge-but-turn-blind-eye-to-semenya-para-athletes/

 

Santens, Tobias. 2019. “Emma Meesseman spelt harr team naar goud, of toch niet? “WNBA kan vrouwen meer betalen, maar wil niet”.” (October 11)

https://www.vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2019/10/11/wage-gap-basket.app/?linkId=vrtnws%7Csporza%7C/nl/%7Cteaser

 

2019. “Competition between sports for fans’ money and attention is increasingly fierce.” The Economist.

(October 5)

https://www.economist.com/international/2019/10/05/competition-between-sports-for-fans-money-and-attention-is-increasingly-fierce

 

Ayala, Erica. 2019. “‘It’s a start’: Can the Aurora Games create a new model for women’s sports?” The Guardian. (August 28)

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/aug/28/aurora-games-womens-sports-business-model

 

Leonhardt, David. 2019. “You Can Do Better, N.B.A.” The New York Times. (August 6)

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/06/opinion/wnba-fair-pay-washington-mystics.html

 

Litan, Robert. 2019. “Economists weigh in on the competitive balance question after Kawhi Leonard’s decision preserves parity – for now.” THE ATHLETIC. (July 9)

https://theathletic.com/1067413/2019/07/09/economists-weigh-in-on-the-competitive-balance-question-after-kawhi-leonards-decision-preserves-parity-for-now/


Leonhardt, David. 2019. “Hail to the (Underpaid) Champs.” The New York Times. (July 8)

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/08/opinion/uswnt-world-cup-soccer-pay.html


Bisaha, Stephan. 2019. “Kansas Community College Football Now Has Its Own Stars, Netflix Series And Scandals.” Npr. (July 2019)

https://www.kcur.org/post/kansas-community-college-football-now-has-its-own-stars-netflix-series-and-scandals#stream/0


Ayala, Erica. 2019. “ The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Is Fighting for Better Pay – and the Rest of Women’s Sports Depends On It.” Talk Poverty. (June 7)

https://talkpoverty.org/2019/06/07/womens-soccer-fighting-pay/ 

 

Kohn, Isabelle. 2019. “Do Pro Male Athletes Really Care About Having Female Coaches?” MEL. (June 2019)

https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/do-pro-male-athletes-really-care-about-having-female-coaches


Baumann, Michael. 2019. “The WNBA Is at a Crossroads.” THE RINGER. (May 23)

https://www.theringer.com/2019/5/23/18636580/wnba-crossroads-labor-cba-negotiations


Strang, Katie. 2019. “‘It’s a respect issue’: What’s at stake as the WNBA and its players negotiate salaries and a new CBA.” THE ATHLETIC. (May 22)

https://theathletic.com/988365/2019/05/22/its-a-respect-issue-whats-at-stake-as-the-wnba-and-its-players-negotiate-salaries-and-a-new-cba/

 

Nowlin, Sanford. 2019. “The Alliance for American Football’s Suspension Should Come as Little Surprise to San Antonio.” San Antonio Current. (April 3)

https://www.sacurrent.com/ArtSlut/archives/2019/04/03/the-alliance-for-american-footballs-suspension-should-come-as-little-surprise-to-san-antonio

 

Matousek, Mark. 2019. “Evidence shows NFL teams are better off drafting quarterbacks with strong mental skills and mechanics over QBs who are just physically gifted.” Business Insider. (April 2019)

https://www.businessinsider.com/nfl-draft-quarterbacks-2019-4

 

Carter, Andrew. 2019. "Zion Williamson Embraces the Hype: 'This is the life I wanted'" The Charlotte Herald Sun (March 16)

https://www.heraldsun.com/sports/article228034564.html

 

Borzi, Pat. 2019. "How the Minnesota Lynx Went from Also-Rans to Outperforming the WNBA." Twin Cities Business (March 11)

http://tcbmag.com/news/articles/2019/march/how-the-minnesota-lynx-went-from-also-rans-to-outperforming-the-wnba

 

Noriega, Edith. 2019. "Progress is slow but more women coaching men’s teams." Global Sports Matters.

(March 4)

https://globalsportmatters.com/culture/2019/03/04/progress-is-slow-but-more-women-coaching-mens-teams/

 

Russo, Donovan. 2019. "Bryce Harper's $330 million Phillies contract can't solve baseball's bigger spending problem." CNBC.com (March 3)

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/01/bryce-harpers-330-million-deal-cant-solve-mlbs-big-spending-issue.html

 

Wolfman-Arent, Avi. 2019. "Multimillion-dollar deals become more common in squeezeplay era of economic superstars" WHYY (public radio -- Philadelphia). (March 1)

https://whyy.org/articles/multimillion-dollar-deals-become-more-common-in-squeezeplay-era-of-economic-superstars/

 

Ratliff, Shannon. 2019. “Think Female Athletes Deserve Nothing Until They Pack Stadiums? I Wrote This for You.” FANBUZZ. (March 2019)

https://fanbuzz.com/college-softball/female-athletes-respect/


Jorn Meyn, Von. 2019. "Wage Inequality in Sports." Spiegel Sports. (February 23)

http://www.spiegel.de/sport/sonst/lohnungleichheit-im-sport-wird-bekaempft-aber-nicht-vom-dfb-a-1254013.html

English Version: http://www.tellerreport.com/sports/wage-inequality-in-sports.B1WXDm1UV.html

 

Wade, Stephen. 2019. "Olympic volunteers: One-time chance, or exploitation?" Associated Press (February 15)

https://abcnews.go.com/Sports/wireStory/olympic-volunteers-time-chance-exploitation-61089380

(this was picked up at a wide variety of sites)

 

Almond, Elliott. 2019. "Women Surfers Inspire Lawmakers to Take on Equal Pay Issues." Mercury News (February 14)

https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/02/14/women-surfers-inspire-lawmakers-to-take-on-equal-pay-issue/

 

Shea, Bill. 2019. "Michigan near the top — in million-dollar assistant coaches" Crain's Detroit Business. (January 27, 2019)

https://www.crainsdetroit.com/sports/michigan-near-top-million-dollar-assistant-coaches

 

Business Insider Video Interview "Why The New York Knicks Are So Expensive" Business Insider (January 12)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKeBMWFUApg

VIDEO INTERVIEW

 

2018 (33)

 

Spain, Sarah. 2018. Wages of Wins: David Berri. Sarah Spain: That's What She Said. ESPN Radio.

(December 11)

http://www.espn.com/espnradio/play/_/id/25508175

RADIO INTERVIEW

 

WNBA Insidr Interview (November 3, 2018)

https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-wnba-weekly-29365000/episode/11318-david-berri-interview-30100926/

RADIO INTERVIEW

 

Bogage, Jacob. 2018. “Forbes cuts ties with sports business columnist, deletes piece about WNBA player salaries” Washington Post (November 2)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2018/11/02/forbes-cuts-ties-with-sports-business-columnist-deletes-piece-about-wnba-player-salaries/?utm_term=.315e30eb9a60

Note: Unlike almost every other story, I am the subject of this article.

 

Feldman, Dan. 2018. "WNBA players opt out of Collective Bargaining Agreement with league" NBC Sports. (November 1)

https://nba.nbcsports.com/2018/11/01/wnba-players-opt-out-of-collective-bargaining-agreement-with-league/

 

Schwartz, Aryeh. 2018. "Forbes Removes Story On Increased Investment Into WNBA After NBA Rebukes." WNBA Insidr. (October 31)

https://www.wnbainsidr.com/insidr/forbes-removes-story-on-increased-investment-into-wnba-after-nba-rebukes

 

Fader, Mirin. 2018. "Inside the WNBA's Fight for Higher Pay." Bleacher Report. (October 29, 2018) https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2802759-inside-the-wnbas-fight-for-higher-pay


Strang, Katie. 2018. "What would a soft cap look like in the NHL?" The Athletic (October 29)

https://theathletic.com/472650/2018/08/14/buffalo-great-fit-for-wnba-expansion-team/


Rosenhall, Laurel. 2018. "California just forced equal pay for female surfers. Could that change other games?" CALmatters. (September 6)  

https://calmatters.org/articles/california-forcing-equal-pay-female-surfers-precedent/

 

Venook, Jeremy. 2018. "The San Diego Padres Found a Way to Monetize Bad Baseball" The Atlantic (August 30)

https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2018/08/the-san-diego-padres-and-monetizing-bad-baseball/568912/


Lough, Nancy. 2018. "The case for boosting WNBA player salaries." Salon.com (August 18)

https://www.salon.com/2018/08/18/the-case-for-boosting-wnba-player-salaries_partner/

 

Jacobson, Louis. 2018. Do players get most of NFL revenues, as Donald Trump says? Politifact.com (August 13)

https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2018/aug/13/donald-trump/do-players-get-most-nfl-revenues-donald-trump-says/

 

Blackistone, Kevin. 2018. "WNBA players are still treated like second-class citizens. It’s on the NBA to fix that." Washington Post. (August 8)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/wnba-players-are-still-treated-like-second-class-citizens-its-on-the-nba-to-fix-that/2018/08/08/39e3cb4c-9b22-11e8-843b-36e177f3081c_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.94e5667f84de

 

Lewis, Alec, 2018. "In 22nd season, WNBA connects with fans more than in years past." Yahoo! Sports (August 2)

https://sports.yahoo.com/22nd-season-wnba-connects-fans-ever-053122220.html

 

Voepel, Mechelle. 2018. "Why substantially increasing WNBA player salaries is more complex than you think." ESPN.com (August 1)

http://www.espn.com/wnba/story/_/id/24247429/why-increasing-wnba-player-salaries-more-complex-think

 

Youngblood, Kent. 2018. "As WNBA interest and stability rises, so too do calls for bigger salaries, expansion." Star Tribune. (July 27)
http://m.startribune.com/index.php/as-wnba-interest-and-stability-rises-so-to-do-calls-for-bigger-salaries-expansion/489253801/

 

Goodman, Joseph. 2018. "For once, Julio Jones is finally thinking about himself." AL.com (Alabama) (July 25)

https://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2018/07/for_once_julio_jones_is_finall.html

 

Zucker, Joseph. 2018. "WNBA News: Devereaux Peters Doesn’t ‘Give a Damn’ About Playing Critics in One-on-One." High Post Hoops. (July 11)

https://highposthoops.com/2018/07/11/wnba-news-devereaux-peters-critics-one-on-one/

 

Nowlin, Stanford. 2018. "Despite the City’s Cheerleading, San Antonio’s New Football League is a Hail Mary Effort" San Antonio Current (July 4)

https://www.sacurrent.com/the-daily/archives/2018/07/04/despite-the-citys-cheerleading-san-antonios-new-football-league-is-a-hail-mary-effort

Zucker, Joseph. 2018. "WNBA Stars Sound off on Pay Gap in Wake of LeBron James Deal"


High Post Hoops (July 2)

https://highposthoops.com/2018/07/02/wnba-stars-pay-gap-lebron-james-deal/

 

Schrotenboer, Brent, Steve Berkowitz and Christopher Schnaars. (2018). "Is overspending catching up to these Power 5 schools?" USA Today.  (June 28)

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2018/06/28/college-football-overspending-catching-up-these-big-time-schools/736222002/

 

Ma, Adrian. 2018. "Cleveland Softball Gets A Financial 'Assist' From The Chinese." IdeaStream (June 20)

http://www.ideastream.org/news/cleveland-softball-gets-a-financial-%E2%80%98assist%E2%80%99-from-the-chinese

RADIO INTERVIEW

 

Samuelson, Tracy. 2018. "With NBA picks, data can only take you so far." Marketplace. (June 20)

https://www.marketplace.org/2018/06/20/business/nba-picks-data-can-only-take-you-so-far

RADIO INTERVIEW

 

Hobson, Will. 2018. Before this hoops recruit chose Indiana, Adidas made sure he stayed under its tent.

Washington Post (May 16)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/colleges/before-romeo-langford-chose-indiana-adidas-made-sure-he-stayed-under-its-tent/2018/05/16/2c77d384-539e-11e8-a551-5b648abe29ef_story.html?utm_term=.db3a1d181926

 

Marulanda, Daniela. 2018. "UConn Women Head To Final Four, Trailing A Familiar Controversy." NPR.

(March 29)

http://wnpr.org/post/uconn-women-head-final-four-trailing-familiar-controversy

RADIO INTERVIEW

 

Wharton, David. 2018. "NCAA tournament rakes in millions on efforts of unpaid athletes, but what's the solution?" Los Angeles Times. (March 27)

http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-ncaa-final-four-20180327-story.html

 

Wilder, Charlotte. 2018. "Stop blaming women’s sports and start hiring more women." SB Nation. (March 26)

https://www.sbnation.com/2018/3/26/17148126/march-madness-uconn-womens-basketball-stop-blaming-womens-sports

 

Gibbs, Lindsay. 2018. "We’re having the wrong conversation about what’s wrong with women’s basketball." Think Progress. (March 25)

https://thinkprogress.org/were-having-the-wrong-conversation-about-whats-wrong-with-womens-basketball/

 

Bogage, Jacob. 2018. "Now is not a great time for football. Can the American Alliance of Football survive?" The Washington Post. (March 22)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2018/03/22/now-is-not-a-great-time-for-football-can-the-american-alliance-of-football-survive/?utm_term=.f76d5e1794ab

 

Dunphy, Mark. 2018. "Is UConn’s dominance good for women’s basketball?" Boston Globe. (March 23)

https://www.boston.com/sports/college-sports/2018/03/23/is-uconns-dominance-good-for-womens-basketball

 

Megdal, Howard. 2018. "Cheryl Reeve responds to The Big Lead’s women’s sports article." High Post Hoops

(March 20)

https://highposthoops.com/2018/03/20/cheryl-reeve-responds-big-lead-womens-sports-article/

 

Grenfall, Carly. 2018. "Women’s basketball does have a media problem, and Jason Lisk helps prove it." Swish Appeal. (March 20)

https://www.swishappeal.com/2018/3/20/17144986/womens-basketball-does-have-a-media-problem-and-jason-lisk-helps-prove-it

 

Hobson, William and Jesse Dougherty. 2018. "How LeBron James says he’d fix the ‘corrupt’ NCAA" Washington Post. (March 9)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/is-the-fbi-cleaning-up-college-basketball-or-wasting-its-time/2018/03/09/9a77a868-22a3-11e8-badd-7c9f29a55815_story.html?utm_term=.c560c653598d

 

Bogage, Jacob. 2018. "How LeBron James says he’d fix the ‘corrupt’ NCAA" Washington Post. (February 27)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2018/02/27/how-lebron-james-says-hed-fix-the-corrupt-ncaa/?utm_term=.8bcea0d47cf5

 

 

2017 (20)

 

Hallman, Charles. 2017. "Women’s sports slapped down again." Minnesota Spokesman Recorder.(December 15)

http://spokesman-recorder.com/2017/12/15/womens-sports-slapped-down-again/

 

Venook, Jeremy. 2017. "Shohei Ohtani Might Be the Most Underpaid Man in the World." The Atlantic.(December 12)

https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2017/12/shohei-ohtani-underpaid/548027/


Bogage, Jacob. 2017. "For the WNBA, business isn’t as bad as it looks" Washington Post (December 6)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2017/12/06/for-the-wnba-business-isnt-as-bad-as-it-looks/?utm_term=.e4e7fcad0fbc

 

Robinson, Doug. 2017. "Doug Robinson: NBA still values the wrong numbers." Deseret News (December 8)

https://www.deseretnews.com/article/865693772/NBA-still-values-the-wrong-numbers.html

 

Japsers, Bret. 2017. "After Dismal Start, Should The Phoenix Suns Tank?" NPR/Phoenix(November 17)

http://kjzz.org/content/567286/after-dismal-start-should-phoenix-suns-tank

Print and Radio Interview

 

Borzi, Pat. 2017. "WNBA salaries in focus as Finals tip off." ESPN.com. (September 23)

http://www.espn.com/wnba/story/_/id/20797116/wnba-salaries-focus-finals-tip-off

(Note: Article references a story I wrote for Forbes)

 

Sports Business Daily. 2017. "Gender Wage Gap Between NBA, WNBA Players Appears to be Growing."(September 22)

https://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Daily/Issues/2017/09/22/Leagues-and-Governing-Bodies/WNBA.aspx

 

Collins, Bob. 2017. "How the WNBA is Underpaying Its Players." Minnesota Public Radio (September 21)

https://blogs.mprnews.org/newscut/2017/09/how-the-wnba-is-underpaying-its-players/

 

Bucholtz, Andrew. 2017. "This Week in Hot Takes." Awful Announcing. (September 15)

http://awfulannouncing.com/local-networks/this-week-in-hot-takes-plaschke-rose-bowl.html

 

Livengood, Chad. 2017. "$1 billion spent on Little Ceasars Arena District Detroit." Crain's Detroit Business. (September 10)

http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20170910/news/638636/1-billion-spent-on-little-caesars-arena-district-detroit

 

Springer. 2017. "A slam dunk for women head coaches -- so drop the bias: New study shows female basketball coaches face more biases than male coaches despite performing as well." ScienceDaily.

August 30.

www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170830103645.htm

 

Hinckley, Isabelle. 2017. "Why there's been a big drop in women coaches under Title IX." Christian Science Monitor. (August 16)

https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2017/0816/Why-there-s-been-a-big-drop-in-women-coaches-under-Title-IX

 

Barrabi, Thomas. 2017. "Philadelphia NFL Draft Organizers Say Economic Pros Outweigh Cons." Fox Business (April 27)

 http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2017/04/27/philadelphia-nfl-draft-organizers-say-economic-pros-outweigh-cons.html

 

Strauss, Ben. 2017. "The Alt-Right's Favorite Team Visits the White House." Politico Magazine.
(April 18)

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/04/the-alt-rights-favorite-team-visits-the-white-house-215046

 

Bishara, Motez. 2017. "The $325 million question: Why is MLB flooded with huge contracts?" CNN.com.

(March 31)

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/03/31/sport/mlb-largest-contracts-in-sports-giancarlo-stanton/index.html

http://fox40.com/2017/03/31/the-325-million-question-why-is-the-mlb-is-flooded-with-huge-contracts/

 

Luther, Jessica. 2017. "Why the Gaps Between Men's And Women's Sports Are So Frustrating."

Teen Vogue. (March 31)

http://www.teenvogue.com/story/womens-sports-wage-attention-gap

 

Campbell Rich. 2017. "Career Opportunities for Women in Sports Business on the Rise." The Balance. (March 10)

https://www.thebalance.com/career-opportunities-for-women-in-sports-business-3113255

 

Leichenger, Alex. (2017). The Money Jungle: The Cost of Big Time Sports in the United States." The Common Reader. (February 8).

https://commonreader.wustl.edu/c/the-money-jungle/

 

Quinn, Vonnie (2017). "Battle of the Charts" Bloomberg TV. (February 3)

https://vimeo.com/user12308995/review/202433472/c3ee85b224

This is a clip from the show on Bloomberg TV

 

Kilgore, Adam. 2017. "In a cap-free NFL, Tom Brady could probably double his salary." Washington Post (January 26)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/sports/wp/2017/01/26/in-a-cap-free-nfl-tom-brady-could-probably-double-his-salary/?utm_term=.bffa6c148d71

 

2016 (28)

 

Harrington, Jeff (2016). "What is hosting the college football championship worth to Tampa Bay's economy?" Tampa Bay Times (December 21)

http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/economicdevelopment/what-is-hosting-the-college-football-championship-worth-to-tampa-bays/2306960

 

Zucker, Joseph. 2016. "Serena Williams Comments on Double Standard Women Face in Sports."

Bleacher Report. (November 30)

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2679132-serena-williams-comments-on-double-standards-women-face-in-sports

 

Weinreb, Michael. 2016. "What's Up with these Handsome Pats QBs?" Made Man (September)

http://www.mademan.com/whats-handsome-pats-qbs/

 

Pagels, Jim. (2016). "One Intriguing Way the NCAA Cartel Could Crumble and Pave the Way to Paid Athletes." Forbes.com (September 10). http://www.forbes.com/sites/jimpagels/2016/09/10/one-intriguing-way-the-ncaa-cartel-could-crumble-and-pave-the-way-to-paid-athletes/#6c2949466a31

 

Heim, Mark. (2016). "Economists Estimate LSU's Leonard Fournette's Worth if he were paid Employee." al.com (Alabama News). (September 1)

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2016/09/economists_estimate_lsus_leona.html

 

Solomon, Jon. (2016). "Assessing the true 'value' of LSU star Leonard Fournette." CBSSports.com. (August 31).

http://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/assessing-the-true-value-of-lsu-star-leonard-fournette/

Murphy, Austin. (2016). "Football's Endgame: What would happen if American's pastime just... died?" Sports Illustrated. (August 31)

http://www.si.com/nfl/2016/08/31/future-of-football-nfl-safety-concussions

 

Burch, Kelly. (2016). "Opportunity Costs: What the Olympics Shows Us About the Economics of Women Sports." Bitch Media (August 12)

https://bitchmedia.org/article/opportunity-costs-what-olympics-show-us-about-economics-womens-sports

 

Lee, Albert. (2016). "Monumental sports basketball complex cost projections expected to rise by $10 million." SB Nation – Bullets Forever. (July 28).

http://www.bulletsforever.com/2016/7/28/12316542/monumental-sports-basketball-complex-cost-projection-rise-mystics-arena-downsized

 

Levingston, Ivan. (2016). "NBA Free Agents Sign Deals as High as Some Nations' GDPs: How the League Got that Rich." CNBC. (July 8)

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/07/08/nba-free-agents-sign-deals-as-high-as-some-nations-gdps-how-the-league-got-rich.html

 

Chandler, Adam. (2016). "Kevin Durant and the Economics of the NBA Superteam." theatlantic.com. (July 6)

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2016/07/golden-state-warriors-kevin-durant-superteam/490154/

 

Lund, Spencer. (2016). "Twitter is Convinced the Kevin Durant Deal Signals the End of the NBA." Yahoo News. (July 4)

https://www.yahoo.com/news/twitter-convinced-kevin-durant-deal-185715671.html

 

Moroney, Tom, David Voreacos, and Maurice Possley. (2016). Golfer Phil Michelson's Gambling Linked to Second Criminal Case. Chicago Tribune. (June 10)

http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-phil-mickelson-gambling-criminal-case-20160610-story.html

 

Young, Stephen. 2016. "The Rangers are Going to be in Arlington Until Most of Us are Dead." Dallas Observer. (May 23) http://www.dallasobserver.com/news/the-rangers-are-going-to-be-in-arlington-until-most-of-us-are-dead-8320164

 

Jones, Mike. 2016. "The Pay Gap Between Seattle's Top Male and Female Athletes." CBS Seattle. (May 12)

http://seattle.cbslocal.com/2016/05/12/the-pay-gap-between-seattles-top-male-and-female-athletes

 

Butler, Alex. 2016. "Monica Abbott deal spotlights sports' gender wage-gap." UPI (May 6)

http://www.upi.com/Sports_News/2016/05/06/Monica-Abbott-deal-spotlights-sports-gender-wage-gap/8731462560820/

 

Parker, Chris. (2016). "Real Plus Minus: The Bogus New Stat Everyone’s Using" Cleveland Scene. (May 4)

http://www.clevescene.com/scene-and-heard/archives/2016/05/04/real-plus-minus-the-bogus-new-stat-everyones-using

 

Robinson, Doug. (2016) "Is Kobe Bryant Overrated? Sport Economist Says Yes." Deseret News (April 12).

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865652061/So--how-good-was-Kobe-Bryant-really.html

 

Barajas, Joshua. (2016). "Equal pay for equal play. What the sport of tennis got right." PBS Newshour (April 12).

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/making-sense/equal-pay-for-equal-play-what-the-sport-of-tennis-got-right

 

Benedylkciuk, Mike. 2016. "The Blue Line: U.S. Women's National Team Lawsuit Logical, Fair." The Daily Free Press of Boston University. (April 7)

http://dailyfreepress.com/2016/04/07/blue-line-u-s-womens-national-team-lawsuit-logical-fair/

 

Littlefield, Bill. (2016). "No Matter the Sport, Women Athletes are Always Paid Less." WBUR (April 16).

http://www.wbur.org/onlyagame/2016/04/16/pay-gap-female-sports

RADIO BROADCAST

 

Davidson, Kavitha, (2016). "Soccer's Women Just Want a Fair Share."  Bloomberg View. (March 31)

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-03-31/soccer-s-women-just-want-a-fair-share

 

Kamms. (2016). "Blame Sexism: L.A, Sparks New Guard Sustains Season-Ending Injury Overseas." The Visibility Project (March 31)

http://www.thevisibilityproject.com/2016/03/31/blame-sexism-l-a-sparks-newly-acquired-guard-sustains-season-ending-injury-in-overseas-play/

 

Young, Stephen. 2016. "No, Wrestlemania is not going to inject $139 million into the DFW economy." Dallas Observer (March 29)

http://www.dallasobserver.com/news/no-wrestlemania-is-not-going-to-inject-139-million-into-dfw-economy-8165400

 

Crocker, Lizzie. (2016) "Is Serena Williams Underpaid? Women's Tennis at Match Point." The Daily Beast. (March 21).

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/03/21/is-serena-williams-is-being-underpaid-women-s-tennis-at-match-point.html

 

The Cooper and Rupert Podcast. (2016). "Deep Dive #3 – How to Make the NBA the Most Popular Sport in America" (February 18)

http://cooperandrupert.com/2016/02/18/deep-dive-3-how-to-make-the-nba-the-most-popular-sport-in-america-2/

 

Harnett, Sam. (2016) "NBA Goes to Toronto Seeking International Fans." Marketplace. (February 12).

https://www.marketplace.org/2016/02/10/business/nba-goes-toronto-seeking-international-fans

Radio Story

 

Grathoff, Pete. (2016). "Alex Smith is best-looking NFL quarterback, according to authors' research." The Kansas City Star (February 5)

http://www.kansascity.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/for-petes-sake/article58613178.html

 

2015 (37)

 

Fabrizio, Doug, (2015). "The Big Business of College Football." Radio West (December 31).

http://radiowest.kuer.org/post/big-business-college-football-0

Radio Story (Rebroadcast)

 

D.R. (2015) "Black Mamba the tortoise." The Economist (December 4)

http://www.economist.com/blogs/gametheory/2015/12/statistical-analysis-basketball

 

Swan, Rachel. (2015). "Oakland Mayor Turns to Old Playbook to Fund Raiders Stadium." San Francisco Chronicle. (November 13)

http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Oakland-mayor-turns-to-old-playbook-to-fund-6631892.php

 

Swan, Rachel. (2015). "Oakland Mayor Schaaf Toots New Tune: A Publicly Funded Stadium." San Francisco Chronicle. (November 13)

http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Oakland-Mayor-Libby-Schaaf-s-toots-new-tune-A-6628893.php

 

Swan, Rachel. (2015). "Oakland Raiders Bolster Their Bid to Move to Los Angeles Area." San Francisco Chronicle. (November 11)

http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Oakland-s-Raiders-bolster-their-bid-to-move-to-6625831.php

 

Davidson, Kavitha A. (2015). "A Free Market in Soccer Would Pay Women More" Bloomberg View.

http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-11-06/a-free-market-in-soccer-would-pay-women-more

 

Davidson, Kavitha A. (2015). "Nobody Won the Economic World Series." Bloomberg View.

http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-11-03/nobody-won-the-economic-world-series

 

Hayes, Kathleen and Fox, Pimm.  Taking Stock (Bloomberg Radio).   "Sports Economist Berri Says LeBron James is Getting Old" (Audio) http://media.bloomberg.com/bb/avfile/Markets/Analyst_Calls/vuv162878hyc.mp3


Marcin, Tim. 2015. "Chase Utley Slide Controversy: Dodgers, Mets Series Could Be A Boon For Game 3, MLB, Despite Ruben Tejada Injury" International Business Times (October 12).

http://www.ibtimes.com/chase-utley-slide-controversy-dodgers-mets-series-could-be-boon-game-3-mlb-despite-2137661

 

Young, Stephen. 2015. "A New Rangers Stadium in Downtown Dallas is a Fantastic Horrible Idea." Dallas Observer. (October 5)

http://www.dallasobserver.com/news/a-new-rangers-stadium-in-downtown-dallas-is-a-fantastic-horrible-idea-7651112

 

Gibb, Lindsay. 2015. "Mystic Fans Aren't Buying the Official Story of the Team's Move Out of Downtown D.C." ThinkProgress. (September 22)

http://thinkprogress.org/sports/2015/09/22/3704030/mystics-controversial-move-wnba/

 

Fouriezos, Nick. 2015. "Let's Ban Men from Coaching Women's Sports." Ozy.com. (September 21)

http://www.ozy.com/immodest-proposal/lets-ban-men-from-coaching-womens-sports/62499

 

Fabrizio, Doug. 2015. "The Big Business of College Football." Radiowest.keur.org. (September 1)

http://radiowest.kuer.org/post/big-business-college-football(audio)

 

Adams, Kimberly. 2015. "China's Wanda buys Ironman race series" Marketplace (August 27)

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/world/chinas-wanda-buys-ironman-race-series(audio)

 

Grossman, Adam. 2015. "Does Competitive Balance Drive Interest in Sports?" Forbes.com (August 25)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2015/08/25/does-competitive-balance-drive-interest-in-sports/

 

Goot, Alexander. 2015. "Progress and Patriarchy: The Highs and Lows of Women's Sports Coverage." The Cauldron. (August 22).

https://the-cauldron.com/progress-and-patriarchy-the-highs-and-lows-of-women-s-sports-coverage-399ca4993a1e

 

Hughes, Grant. 2015. "Which NBA Contenders have the Biggest Windows to Win?" BleacherReport.com.

(August 18) http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2547144-which-nba-contenders-have-the-biggest-windows-to-win

 

Bushnell, Henry. 2015. "Colter, CAPA, and the Northwestern Unionization Movement: A Timeline." SB Nation. (August 17) http://www.insidenu.com/2015/8/17/7405209/northwestern-union-timeline-capa-kain-colter-nlrb-ruling

 

MSNBC.com 2015 "NBA Teams Losing Money? Cue Labor Disputes." (July 20)

http://www.msnbc.com/watch/nba-teams-losing-money-cue-labor-disputes-487633475959  (video)

http://www.hulu.com/watch/820711

 

Carter, Williams. 2015. "The Evolution of College Athletics: Is it Time to Start Paying College Student-Athletes? Deseret News. (July 16)

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865632701/The-evolution-of-college-athletics-Is-it-time-to-start-paying-college-student-athletes.html?pg=all

 

Holmes, Sally. 2015. "Why it is Only Okay for us to be Women's Sports Fans Now? It's been time." Elle.com (July 7) http://www.elle.com/culture/a29209/womens-sports-attention/

 

Schmitz, Melanie. 2015. "Other Woman's Sports That Deserve a Little Love in Light of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team Win." Bustle.com. (July 6).

http://www.bustle.com/articles/95331-other-womens-sports-that-deserve-a-little-love-in-light-of-the-us-womens-soccer-team

 

Barrabi, Thomas. 2015. "NBA Finals 2015 MVP: LeBron James' Dominant Statistical Performance Couldn't Overcome Cavaliers Loss, History." International Business Times. (June 17)

http://www.ibtimes.com/nba-finals-2015-mvp-lebron-james-dominant-statistical-performance-couldnt-overcome-1971765

 

Benjamin, Chris. 2015. "The Four Fallacies of NBA Analytics." Men's Journal. (June 3)

http://www.mensjournal.com/adventure/races-sports/the-4-fallacies-of-nba-analytics-20150603

 

Gordon, Aaron. 2015. "No, the Baltimore Orioles Didn't Lose $7.5 Million Because of the Riots." Vice Sports

(May 15) https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/no-the-baltimore-orioles-didnt-lose-75-million-because-of-the-riots/

 

The Matt Townsend Show. 2015. "Economy and Election, Student Athletes." BYU Radio (May 7)

http://www.byuradio.org/episode/1cd0d50b-e87b-4b40-9385-8b6b2f081d19/the-matt-townsend-show-economy-and-election-student-athletes-art-of-stillness(audio)

 

Pinsker, Joe. 2015. "Why the NFL Decided to Start Paying Taxes." The Atlantic (April 28)

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/04/why-the-nfl-decided-to-start-paying-taxes/391742/


Wodraska, Lya. 2015. "Utah State AD: $1.5 Million Ask Prompted by NCAA Reforms." The Salt Lake Tribune. (April)  http://www.athleticbusiness.com/college/utah-state-ad-1-5m-ask-prompted-by-ncaa-reforms-br.html


Douban, Gigi. 2015. "Why NBA is First U.S. Pro League to go to Cuba." Marketplace. (April 20) http://www.marketplace.org/topics/world/why-nba-first-us-pro-league-go-cuba(audio)


Babb, Kent. 2015. "The Expensive, Effective Role of Search Firms in College Coaching Hires." Washington Post. (April 9) http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/sports/wp/2015/04/09/the-expensive-effective-role-of-search-firms-in-college-coaching-hires/

 

Tuchman, Robert, 2015. "Will this be the Last Final Four where Student-Athletes are Not Paid?" Forbes.com (March 30)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/roberttuchman/2015/03/30/will-this-be-the-last-final-four-where-student-athletes-are-not-paid/

 

WGN Radio. 2015. (March 28)http://wgnradio.com/2015/03/29/03282015-full-show/(audio)

 

Strachan, Maxwell. (2015) "NCAA Schools Can Absolutely Afford to Pay College Athletes, Economists Say." Huffington Post (March 27) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/27/ncaa-pay-student-athletes_n_6940836.html

 

Crain, Chip. 2015. "How Good Are the Grizzlies? Dave Berri Weighs In." Three Shades of Blue (February 20) http://www.3sob.com/2015/february-2015/how-good-are-the-grizzlies-dave-berri-weighs-in/20976/

 

Young, Stephen. 2015. "Country Music Awards will not bring DFW $123 million.  More like $139.2 Kajillion." Dallas Observer. (February 19) http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2015/02/academy_of_country_music_awards_will_not_bring_dfw_123_million_no_matter_what_the_dmn_says.php

 

Concepcion, Jason. 2015. "Hero Ball Is Awful, Except When it Works, Because then it's the Best." Grantland.com (February 4)

http://grantland.com/the-triangle/hero-ball-is-awful-except-when-it-works-because-then-its-the-best/

 

Young, Stephen. 2015. "College Football Playoff will bring DFW $300 million – Carried on the Backs of Unicorns" Dallas Observer. (January 12)

http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2015/01/the_idea_that_the_college_football_playoff_will_make_300_million_for_dfw_is_ludicrous.php

 

Mosier, Jeff. 2015. "Dallas, Arlington look for $300 million-plus boost from College Football Playoff." The Dallas Morning News. (January 8)

http://www.dallasnews.com/news/metro/20150108-meet-the-beneficiaries-of-the-projected-308.6-million-the-college-football-playoff-will-bring-to-d-fw.ece

 

 

2014 (45)

 

Shea, Bill. 2014. "UM's Hire of Harbaugh Likely to be Lucrative, but New Coach must bring Wins for Real Windfall. Crain's Detroit Business. (December 31)

http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20141231/NEWS/141239969/ums-hire-of-harbaugh-likely-to-be-lucrative-but-new-coach-must-bring

 

Kozlowski, Kim. 2014. "Ann Arbor Buzzes over Harbaugh's Arrival." The Detroit News. (December 29) http://www.detroitnews.com/story/sports/college/university-michigan/2014/12/29/ann-arbor-harbaugh/21031851/

 

Lowe, Zach. 2014. "The Ignored Evolution of the Sixers." Grantland.com (December 16)

http://grantland.com/the-triangle/the-ignored-evolution-of-the-sixers/

 

Mosier, Jeff. 2014. "Snub for TCU, Baylor may Boost Playoff's Economic Impact." The Dallas Morning News. (December 8)  http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/college-sports/tcu-horned-frogs/20141208-snub-for-tcu-baylor-may-boost-playoffs-economic-impact.ece

 

Sunnergren, Tom. 2014. "How Can the Miami Heat Replace Chris 'Birdman' Andersen?" BleacherReport.com (December 7) http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2290022-how-can-the-miami-heat-replace-chris-birdman-andersen

 

Van Riper, Tom. 2014. "The NBA's Best and Worst 'Big Threes' for The Buck." Forbes.com (December 4)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanriper/2014/12/04/the-nbas-best-and-worst-big-threes-for-the-buck/

 

Koos, Torin. 2014. "Conference Priorities, Money Driving Wedges Between Historic Rivals." Deseret News. (December 3) http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865616795/Conference-priorities-money-driving-wedges-between-historic-rivals.html

 

Tramel, Berry. 2014. "Oklahoma City Thunder: When is a Player's Prime." NewsOK. (October 28)

http://newsok.com/oklahoma-city-thunder-when-is-a-players-prime/article/5361116

 

Mason, Beckley. 2014. "Good NBA Teams Jostle to Join the Best in the West." New York Times. (October 26)

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/27/sports/basketball/good-nba-teams-jostle-to-join-the-best-in-the-west.html

 

Weissmann, Dan. 2014. "The NBA's Experiment: Offering Fans a Shorter Game." Marketplace. (October 15)

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/business/nbas-experiment-offering-fans-shorter-game(audio)

 

 

Sunnergren, Tom. 2014. "Is There Hope or Doubt for Danny Granger's Season with Miami Heat" BleacherReport.com (October 14)

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2230957-is-their-hope-or-doubt-for-danny-grangers-season-with-miami-heat

Bloomberg Radio Interviews (October to December of 2014): Links no Longer Work

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-12-31/taking-stock-espn-pays-over-5-billion-for-college-bowls.html

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-12-29/the-bloomberg-advantage-david-berri-seabreeze-s-douglas-kass.html

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-12-29/suu-s-dave-berri-eyes-possible-harbaugh-move-to-u-of-m-audio-.html?cmpid=yhoo

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-23/the-bloomberg-advantage-chemi-berri-discuss-world-series.html

 

 

Chupka, Kevin. 2014. “Why Derek Jeter may be Worth $1b to the Yankees.” (September 26). Yahoo.com

http://news.yahoo.com/derek-jeter-s-true-value-to-the-yankees-152549966.html

 

Gura, David. 2014. “Grading the Political Campaign Manager.” (September 25). Marketplace Elections

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/elections/grading-political-campaign-manager  (Audio and Article)

Fong, Joss. 2014. "The Economic Benefits of Being Beautiful" (July 16). Vox.com

http://www.vox.com/2014/7/16/5905533/the-benefits-of-beauty  (Video and Article)

 

Bloomberg Radio (The Hays Advantage: with Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn). 2014.  “Wages of Wins’s Berri Says LeBron Can Move Cavs to Top (Audio)” (July 14). http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-14/wages-of-win-s-berri-says-lebron-can-move-cavs-to-top-audio-.html

 

Yglesias, Matthew. 2014. "Lebron James's Cleveland return makes sense for these 5 reasons" Vox.com (July 11)

http://www.vox.com/2014/7/11/5890845/cavaliers-getting-lebron-james-back

 

Robinson, Doug. 2014. "NBA free agency is entirely predictable — and all wrong" Deseret News. July 8

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865606555/NBA-free-agency-is-entirely-predictable-2-and-all-wrong.html

 

Bloomberg Radio (The Hays Advantage: with Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn). 2014.  “Wages of Wins’s Berri Discusses Wimbledon, World Cup (Audio)” (July 2). http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-02/wages-of-wins-s-berri-discusses-wimbeldon-world-cup-audio-.html

 

Kragthorpe, Kurt. 2014. “Good Draft Still Leaves Jazz with Ways to Go”.  The Salt Lake Tribune. (June 28).

http://m.sltrib.com/sltrib/mobile3/58126736-219/jazz-team-draft-hood.html.csp

 

Fitzpatrick, Michael. 2014. "Five Reasons Why Carmelo Anthony Should Leave the New York Knicks" Bleacher Report (June 28) http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2113069-five-reasons-why-carmelo-anthony-should-leave-the-new-york-knicks

 

Keating, Peter. 2014. “Metrics Prove Tanking Ineffective.” ESPN the Magazine. (June 23).

 

Fitzpatrick, Michael. 2014. “Signing Carmelo Anthony to a Max Deal Will Be a Large Risk for Any Organization” BleacherReport (Sports Reporting for CNN.com). (June 23). http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2106590-signing-carmelo-anthony-to-a-max-deal-will-be-a-large-risk-for-any-organization

 

Rockel, Nick. 2014. “Owning Sports Teams Could Become a More Lucrative Game.” Institutional Investor. (June 21). http://www.institutionalinvestor.com/Article/3354239/Asset-Management-Macro/Owning-Sports-Teams-Could-Become-a-More-Lucrative-Game.html

 

Pagels, Jim. 2014. “One Intriguing Way the NCAA Cartel Could Crumble and Pave the Way to Paid Athletes.” Forbes.com. (June 20). http://www.forbes.com/sites/jimpagels/2014/06/20/one-intriguing-way-the-ncaa-cartel-could-crumble-and-pave-the-way-to-paid-athletes/

 

Katsenelinboigen, Gregory. 2014. Interview with Radio Free Europe, Russian Service on World Cup in Brazil. (June 11). http://www.svoboda.org/audio/audio/1157028.html (audio in Russian), Interview runs from 21.06 to 26.00. http://www.svoboda.org/content/article/25419425.html (print in Russian)

 

Ford, Bob. 2014. “The NBA’s never-ending lottery experiment.” Philadelphia Inquirer. (May 21)

http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/sixers/20140520_NBA_s_neverending_lottery_experiment.html

 

Bobkoff, Dan. 2014. “NCAA academic rules hit smaller, poor college.” Marketplace Business. (May 15)

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/business/ncaa-academic-rules-hit-smaller-poor-colleges (Audio and Print)

 

Bloomberg Radio (The Hays Advantage: with Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn). 2014.  “Wages of Wins’s Berri Says Clippers Sponsors May Return (Audio)” (April 29). http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-29/wages-of-wins-s-berri-says-clippers-sponsors-may-return-audio-.html

 

Van Riper, Tom. 2014. “The Ten Most Underrated Players In The NBA Playoffs.” Forbes.com (April 18).

http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanriper/2014/04/18/the-ten-most-underrated-players-in-the-nba-playoffs/

 

O’Rourke, P.J. 2014. “P.J. on the Owl-Monkey Project and the Science of Chick Flicks” thedailybeast.com.

(April 6). http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/04/06/p-j-on-the-owl-monkey-project-and-the-science-of-chick-flicks.html

 

Bloomberg Radio (The Hays Advantage: with Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn). 2014. “Berri and Dosh Discuss March Madness Finals (Audio)” (April 4). http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-04/berri-and-dosh-discuss-march-madness-finals-audio-.html

 

Toporek, Bryan. 2014. “Do NCAA Tournament Performances Predict Prospects' NBA Success?” BleacherReport.com. (April 1). http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2010423-do-ncaa-tournament-performances-predict-prospects-nba-success

 

Three Shades of Blue Radio (in Memphis, Tennessee). 2014. (March 29). http://www.3sob.com/podcast/episode-24-3sob-radio-32914-hour-one/16430/

 

Thompson, Derek. 2014. “The Savior Fallacy: Over-Betting on Star Players in Sports and Business” The Atlantic Magazine. (April) http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/04/hoop-dreams/358627/

 

Firn, Mike. 2014. “Firn ’16: Losing to win – gold, silver and goldThe Brown Daily Herald. (March 3). http://www.browndailyherald.com/2014/03/03/firn-16-losing-win-gold-silver-gold/

 

Schilken, Chuck. 2014. “Northwestern claims its football program loses money for university.” Los Angeles Times. (February 20). http://articles.latimes.com/2014/feb/20/sports/la-sp-sn-northwestern-football-hearing-20140220

 

Ecker, Danny. 2014. “Economist at union hearing: Northwestern football players 'exploited'” Crain’s Chicago Business. (February 19)http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20140219/BLOGS04/140219749/economist-at-union-hearing-northwestern-football-players-exploited#

 

Guy, Sandra. 2014. “NU Football union would struggle because of NCAA rules: economist” Chicago Sun-Times (February 19). http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/25696146-418/nu-football-union-would-struggle-because-of-ncaa-rules-economist.html#.U2VKTPldXh4

 

Associated Press. 2014. “Economist: College football like NFL -- but for no pay” (February 19).

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2014/02/19/college-football-nfl-player-pay-student-athletes-northwestern/5624651/

 

Putterman, Alex. 2014. “Sports economist, Northwestern compliance official testify on second day of NLRB hearing” The Daily Northwestern. February 19. http://dailynorthwestern.com/2014/02/19/sports/sports-economist-northwestern-compliance-official-testify-on-second-day-of-nlrb-hearing/

 

Cancino, Alejandra. 2014. “Northwestern football union hearings continue.” Chicago Tribune. (February 19) http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2014-02-19/business/chi-northwestern-football-union-hearings-20140219_1_football-revenue-ncaa-rules-friday

 

Huston, Chris. 2014. “Economist to NLRB: College football a lot like the NFL, but with no pay.” NBCsports.com. (February 14) http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/02/19/economist-to-nlrb-college-football-a-lot-like-the-nfl-but-with-no-pay/

 

Van Riper, Tom. 2014. “Knicks' Andrea Bargnani Tops 2014 List Of The NBA's Most Overpaid Players” Forbes.com (February 13). http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanriper/2014/02/13/the-nbas-most-overpaid-players-2/

 

Katsenelinboigen, Gregory. 2014. Interview with Radio Free Europe, Russian Service on Sochi Olympics. (June 11). http://www.svoboda.org/audio/audio/1084749.html (audio in Russian), Interview runs from 2.38 to 4.00. http://www.svoboda.org/content/article/25256174.html (print in Russian)

 

Lechtenberg, Suzie. 2014. “Reasons to Not Be Ugly: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast” (January 30). Freakonomics.com. http://freakonomics.com/2014/01/30/reasons-to-not-be-ugly-a-new-freakonomics-radio-podcast/

 

2013 (23)

 

The Boston Globe (2013) “Tom Brady, Peyton Manning still going strong. QBs show how older elite athletes now push performance boundaries” (November 20). http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2013/11/20/tom-brady-peyton-manning-are-age-defying-athletes/HnPU0HxSgerkWMD1U7l8dJ/igraphic.html

 

Bianchi, Mike. 2013. “If Magic are tanking, it's a mathematical long shot.” Orlando Sentinel. (October 29)

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2013-10-29/sports/os-mike-bianchi-nba-tanking-1030-20131029_1_orlando-magic-strategy-jeff-van-gundy

 

Gregory, Sean. 2013. The Jadeveon Clowney Dilemma: College Sports Can Be A Lousy Game Show. Time.com (October 11)http://keepingscore.blogs.time.com/2013/10/11/the-jadeveon-clowey-dilemma-college-sports-can-be-a-lousy-game-show/#ixzz2hXPO4EYh

 

New York Times Book Review. “Malcolm Gladwell: By the Book. (October 3, 2013)

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/06/books/review/malcolm-gladwell-by-the-book.html

 

Daniels, Marc. 2013. “Why Tanking for the NBA Lottery Doesn’t Usually Work.” The Beat of Sports (Orlando Radio Station). (October 1)

http://thebeatofsports.com/why-tanking-for-the-nba-lottery-doesnt-usually-work/

 

Aharogradskaya, Andrew. 2013. “Time Freedom – Plan for the Week” Russian Radio Station (Radio Free Russia??)(September 30). http://www.svoboda.org/audio/audio/1004976.html

Note: Broadcast in Russian

 

Herring, Chris. 2013. These Aren't Last Year's Knicks. Although the Roster Looks Similar, These Knicks Will Play Differently. Wall Street Journal. (September 29; p. A26). http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303464504579105561059097316.html

 

Oliver, Dean and Hank Gargiulo. 2013. “NFL Roster Stability Usually Equals Success.” ESPN.com. (September 26). http://espn.go.com/blog/statsinfo/post/_/id/73642/nfl-roster-stability-usually-equals-success

 

ESPN SportsNation Poll. “What do you make of economist David Berri’s idea to require teams that miss the playoffs for three years straight to fire their general manager?”

http://espn.go.com/espn/fp/flashPollResultsState?sportIndex=sportsnation&pollId=3908893

 

Staudohar, Paul. 2013. “The Hockey Lockout of 2012-13.” Monthly Labor Review. (July).

http://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2013/article/the-hockey-lockout-of-2012-1.htm

 

The Boston Globe. 2013. “How top NFL QBs’ Performance is Affected by Age, Then and Now.” (June 13, 2013).

http://www.bostonglobe.com/2013/06/13/how-best-qbs-performance-affected-age-then-and-now/CurQOXObuObZioV8dRJxHN/story.html

 

Yglesias, Matthew. 2013. “The Strange Market for NBA Coaches.” Slate.com. (June 13)

http://www.slate.com/blogs/moneybox/2013/06/13/jason_kidd_nets_coach_strange_market_for_management.html

 

Boudway, Ira. 2013. “In the NBA Draft Lottery, Little Help for the League’s Losers.” Bloomberg Businessweek (May 22). http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-05-22/in-nba-draft-lottery-little-help-for-leagues-losers

 

Peck, Don.  2013. “Early Career Moves Are the Most Important.” National Journal. (May 8)

http://www.nationaljournal.com/magazine/early-career-moves-are-the-most-important-20100508

 

Van Riper, Tom. 2013. “The NBA’s Most Overpaid Players” Forbes.com.

(April 5) 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanriper/2013/04/05/the-nbas-most-overpaid-players/

This story was noted in the following places:

http://www.nj.com/knicks/index.ssf/2013/04/forbes_carmelo_anthony_is_nbas.html

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1594153-carmelo-anthony-wins-top-honors-on-forbes-list-of-nbas-most-overpaid-players

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/business/forbes_list_nicks_melo_gfzbTugeCIroVfSTXi4CeN

http://aol.sportingnews.com/nba/story/2013-04-06/stephen-jackson-anchorman-tony-parker-injury-manu-ginobili-forbes-overpaid-nba-p

http://nba.si.com/2013/04/06/stephen-jackson-overpaid-nba-players-carmelo-anthony-dirk-nowitzki/

Boston Public Radio. 2013. “BPR: Politics, March Madness, Casinos In Boston, And The History of April 1” (April 1). http://www.wgbhnews.org/post/bpr-politics-march-madness-casinos-boston-and-history-april-1

Van Riper, Tom. 2013. “Streaking Denver Nuggets Could Re-Shape Future NBA Rosters.” Forbes.com.

(March 21) 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanriper/2013/03/21/streaking-denver-nuggets-could-re-shape-future-nba-rosters/

 

Libit, Daniel. 2013. “The Problem with President Obama’s March Madness Charade.” ChicagoSideSports.com. (March 21).

http://chicagosidesports.com/the-problem-with-president-obamas-march-madness-charade/

 

Hays Advantage (with Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn). 2013. Bloomberg Radio. “Berri Discusses Economic Value of NCAA Player.” (March 21)

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-21/berri-discusses-economic-value-of-ncaa-player-audio-.html


Montopoli, Brian. 2013. “March madness? NCAA fights full-court press on player pay” (March 15). interviewed for CBS Television (video recorded).

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-400_162-57574401/march-madness-ncaa-fights-full-court-press-on-player-pay/

 

Gura, David. 2013. “New FOX sports network: More games, higher cable bill?” (March 5).  interviewed for Marketplace (for NPR and American Public Media).

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/business/new-fox-sports-network-more-games-higher-cable-bill

 

Thompson, Derek. 2013. “The NCAA vs. Student Athletes: The End of the 'the Best Business Model in the World'?” The Atlantic (January 30, 2013)

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/01/the-ncaa-vs-student-athletes-the-end-of-the-the-best-business-model-in-the-world/272695/

 

Turbow, Jason. 2013. “The Real Reason the Lakers are Doing So Poorly: Age” The Atlantic (January 30, 2013)

http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2013/01/the-real-reason-the-lakers-are-doing-so-poorly-age/272647/

 

2012 (15)

 

MacPherson, Les. 2012. “NHL fans will come crawling back, expert says.” The Star Phoenix (December 13, 2012)

 

Gura, David. 2012. “Bowl game exposure can come with a cost.” (December 4).  interviewed for Marketplace (for NPR and American Public Media).

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/life/bowl-game-exposure-can-come-cost

 

Thompson, Derek. 2012. “The NFL's Night of Horror: 'I Don't Think This Changes Anything,' Says Sports Economist” The Atlantic (September 25)

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/nfls-night-horror-dont-think-224203158.html

 

Turbow, Jason. 2012. “Kobe’s Hoop Dreaming When He Says His Team Could Beat Jordan’s”. Wired.com

(July 29).

http://www.wired.com/playbook/2012/07/kobe-hoop-dream/

 

Rose, Joel 2012. “Is The Big Apple About To Lose Its Love Of Linsanity?”  (July 17) interiewed for NPR

http://www.wbur.org/npr/156925021/is-the-big-apple-about-to-lose-its-love-of-linsanity

 

Tapper, Josh. 2012. “Steve Nash Watch: Impact would be enormous if point guard were to sign with Raptors.” The Toronto Star (July 4)

http://www.thestar.com/sports/basketball/article/1221088--steve-nash-watch-impact-would-be-enormous-if-point-guard-were-to-sign-with-raptors

 

Bukszpan, Daniel. 2012. “Are Kobe Bryant, Dirk Nowitzki among the NBA's most overpaid players?” CNBC.com (June 15)

http://www.cnbc.com/id/47818415/The_10_Most_Overpaid_NBA_Players

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nba--kobe-bryant--dirk-nowitzki-among-nba-s-most-overpaid-.html

 

Mamudi, Sam. 2012. “Shortened Season May Mean NBA Playoff Upsets” MarketWatch. (April 27)

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/shorter-season-may-see-nba-playoff-upsets-2012-04-27

 

Lehrer, Jonah. 2012. “Why Did Kobe Go to Germany?An aging star and the new procedure that could revolutionize sports medicine.” (April 11) Grantland (from ESPN.com)

http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/7796225/kobe-bryant-dr-chris-renna-regenokine-knee-treatment

 

Shea, Bill. 2012. “Tigers in Transition; Ambitious spending drives team's pitch for elusive title.” Crain’s Detroit Business (April1).

http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20120401/FREE/304019977/tigers-in-transition

 

Marcus, Steve. 2012. “Mets' value could rise after Dodgers' $2B sale” Newsday. (March 29).

http://www.newsday.com/sports/baseball/mets-value-could-rise-after-dodgers-2b-sale-1.3628943

 

Bennett, Drake. 2012. “The Prophets of Linsanity.” Bloomberg Businessweek (February 13)

http://www.businessweek.com/top-news/the-prophets-of-linsanity-02132012.html

 

Robinson, Doug. 2012. “Big Names No Guarantee for Huge Success.” Deseret News. (February 7).

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700223115/Big-names-no-guarantee-for-huge-success.html

 

Shea, Bill. 2012. “Fielder of Dreams: New Slugger Could Knock Ticket Sales Out of the Ballpark.” Crain’s Detroit Business (February 6).

http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20120205/SUB01/302059973/fielder-of-dreams-new-slugger-could-knock-ticket-sales-out-of-the-ballpark

 

Kurylo, Mike. 2012. “Knicks Need to Look for Efficient Scoring.” The New York Times Blogs (Off the Dribble). (January 31)

http://offthedribble.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/31/knicks-need-to-look-for-efficient-scoring/

 

2011 (16)

 

Pauling, Daniel. 2011. “When it comes to NFL salaries, looks matter.” The Evening Sun (Hanover, Pennsylvania). (December 2).

 

This is a link to a film put together by the NFL describing research I did with Jennifer VanGilder and Rob Simmons.

Jennifer is interviewed for the film.

http://nflfilms.nfl.com/2011/12/15/nfl-films-presents-more-behind-a-pretty-face/

 

Hochman, Benjamin. 2011. “Will Fans Walk Away? Effects of Lockout Remain Unclear.” The Denver Post. (October 16).

http://www.denverpost.com/nuggets/ci_19123141

 

Mamudi, Sam. 2011. “NBA Lockout: Why the Players Will Lose.” MarketWatch. (October 11)

http://articles.marketwatch.com/2011-10-11/general/30714660_1_nba-lockout-national-basketball-association-lockout-players-cave

 

Shea, Bill. 2011. “Tiger Deals Deliver: CEO’s Off-Field Plays are a Big Part of Team’s On-Field Success.” Crain’s Detroit Business (September 19).

http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20110918/FREE/309189954/tiger-deals-deliver-ceos-off-field-plays-are-big-part-of-teams-on-field-success

 

Katsenelinboigen, Gregory. 2011. Interview with Radio Free Europe, Russian Service on NBA Lockout. (September 13). http://www.svoboda.org/audio/feature/364889.html (audio in Russian), Interview runs from 8.03 to 10.19.

 

Mamudi, Sam. 2011. “The 4 Worst Contracts in Sports.” MarketWatch. (August 26)

http://articles.marketwatch.com/2011-08-26/finance/30807998_1_contracts-san-francisco-giants-eddy-curry

 

Mamudi, Sam. 2011. “Atlanta Hawks Sold During NBA Lockout.” MarketWatch. (August 8)

http://articles.marketwatch.com/2011-08-08/general/30720495_1_nba-lockout-hawks-sale-apollo-global-management

 

Telander, Rick. 2011. “Rose’s room to grow; At 22, he won’t peak for two years, or so says study that bodes well for Bulls.” Chicago Sun-Times. (June 7).

 

Lehrer, Jonah. 2011. “True grit. Quarterbacks need instincts more than smarts; why are some better at getting better?”ESPN the Magazine. (April 7).

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/draft2011/news/story?id=6299428

 

Cohn, Bob. 2011. “Analysis: NFL Players on Right Side of Cause.” Pittsburgh Tribune Review. (March 19)

http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/sports/steelers/s_728139.html

 

Shipley, Amy. 2011. “Why won't NFL owners open their books to players?” Washington Post. (March 10)

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/03/10/AR2011031006187.html

 

Johns, Dave. 2011. “The Great Carmelo Debate.” Slate Magazine. (March 7).

http://www.slate.com/articles/sports/sports_nut/2011/03/the_great_carmelo_debate.html

 

Diamond, Jared. 2011. “Does Adding Anthony Mean Wins?” Wall Street Journal (February 23).

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703775704576160843881665046.html

 

Mamudi, Sam. 2011. “Carmelo Anthony to N.Y.: Business as usual? Fans hope for playoff success, but on- and off-court doubts remain” Wall Street Journal: MarketWatch (February 22).

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/carmelo-anthony-deal-may-not-change-knick-fortunes-2011-02-22

 

Diamond, Jared. 2011. “Nets, Knicks May be Better OffWithoutMelo” (January 13)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704803604576078183871144402.html

 

2010 (23)

 

Van Riper, Tom. 2010. “The NBA’s Best for the Buck” Forbes.com (December 7)

http://www.forbes.com/2010/12/07/lebron-james-rondo-durant-business-sports-nba-best-players-buck.html

 

Van Riper, Tom . 2010. “The NBA’s Most Overpaid Players” Forbes.com. (November 23)

http://www.forbes.com/2010/11/23/nba-most-overpaid-players-business-sportsmoney-overpaid.html

 

Biderman, David. 2010. “No. 39 Overall Picks Aren’t Supposed to be This Good.” Wall Street Journal (November 19)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704104104575622971539919834.html

 

Sielski, Mike. 2010. “Rethinking Quarterback Stats: Vick’s Heroics Show How Traditional QB Ratings Short-Change Runners; Dr. Berri’s Theorem.” Wall Street Journal (November 17)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704312504575618762643111900.html

 

Goodman, Jeff. 2010. “For fans, it’s ‘Lakersfield’. The Bakersfield Californian (November 5)

 

Biderman, David. 2010. “Do NBA Coaches Actually Make an Impact?” Wall Street Journal (November 4)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703506904575592363492225220.html

 

Lucadamo, Kathleen. 2010. At $12M a pop, every time Bronx Bombers host a league championship game ... Yankee city hits gold. New York Daily News (October 15)

http://articles.nydailynews.com/2010-10-15/local/27078153_1_sports-economist-alcs-bronx-bombers

 

Biertempfel, Rob. 2010. “Pirates’ finances show losses kept to the field.” Pittsburgh Tribune Review (August 23)

Note: This is one article that cited a story in the Associated Press, a story that was picked up by a number of news sources.

 

Biderman, David. 2010. “What If LeBron Went to Miami, Too?” Wall Street Journal (July 8)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703636404575353172726323384.html

 

Biderman, David. 2010. “Most Valuable Laker? Might Not Be Kobe” Wall Street Journal (June 10)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704575304575296653482742496.html

 

Siegel, Alan. 2010.“The Captain of Crunch: Is Kobe Bryant really the best clutch player in the NBA?”Slate.com. (June 8). http://www.slate.com/id/2255932

 

Robinson, Doug. 2010. “SUU Economics Professor Uses Stats to Debunk Conventional Sports Wisdom” Deseret News (May 23).

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700034532/SUU-economics-professor-uses-stats-to-debunk-conventional-sports-wisdom.html?pg=1

STUMBLING ON WINS REVIEW

 

 

 

Feschuk, Dave.2010 “Changing NBA Coaches Mostly Pointless, Report Claim.”Toronto Star (May 18)

http://www.thestar.com/sports/basketball/nba/raptors/article/811197--feschuk-changing-nba-coaches-mostly-pointless-report-claims

 

Feschuk, Dave. 2010.“At 36, how does Steve Nash keep doing it?”(May 16), Toronto Star.

http://www.thestar.com/sports/basketball/nba/article/810247--feschuk-at-36-how-does-steve-nash-keep-doing-it

 

Rovell, Darren. 2010. “Is it Time to Abolish the NFL Combine?”(May 12). CNBC.com (SportsBiz with Darren Rovell)http://www.cnbc.com/id/37110290

 

Van Riper, Tom. 2010. “Is LeBron Really the Best?” Forbes.com. (May 5)

http://www.forbes.com/2010/05/05/sports-economics-lebron-james-business-sports-beliefs.html

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Biderman, David. 2010. “Knicks Make Playoffs... If LeBron Had Played for Them” Wall Street Journal (April 30)

http://blogs.wsj.com/metropolis/2010/04/30/knicks-make-playoffs-if-lebron-had-played-for-them

 

Dubner, Stephen. 2010. Bring Your Questions for the Sports Economists (April 15) &The Sports Economists Answer Your Questions (April 30) Freakonomics.blogs.nytimes.com.

 

Levin, Josh. 2010. “The Duke Fluke: Why are So Many Blue Devils Awesome in College and Awful in the Pros?” Slate.com (April 2).

http://www.slate.com/id/2249539

 

Biderman, David. 2010. “Does the Final Four Boost Your Draft Stock?” Wall Street Journal. (March 31)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304739104575153902612460396.html

 

Abbott, Henry. 2010. “The Robots are Coming, and They’re Cranky” ESPN.com. (March 17)

http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/14349/the-robots-are-coming-and-theyre-cranky

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NOTE: Since 2006, my work has been linked to and/or noted by Henry Abbott at ESPN’s TrueHoop over 200 times.

 

Biderman, David. 2010. “The Teams that Make the Nets Look Good.” Wall Street Journal (March 10)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704784904575111741461116582.html

 

Biderman, David. 2010. “Shooting Guards are Getting ‘Short’-Changed” Wall Street Journal (January 19)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704281204575003763137829020.html

 

2009 (9)

 

The New York Times.The 9th Annual Year in Ideas. 2009. “Black Quarterbacks are Underpaid” (discussion focuses on a paper I co-authored with Rob Simmons).  (December)

http://www.nytimes.com/projects/magazine/ideas/2009/#sports-1

 

Biderman, David. 2009. “After Age 25, It’s All Downhill for NBA Players.” Wall Street Journal. (December 23)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703478704574612553424283372.html

 

Biderman, David. 2009. “In the NHL, More Dollars Equals More Wins.” Wall Street Journal (December 14)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703442904574594111666810246.html

 

Biderman, David. 2009. Few Starting Lineups Could Top These Celtics. Wall Street Journal. (November 6)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704013004574515411980911526.html

 

Craig, Mark. 2009. “Sitting pretty with the 49ers; Buried deep on the bench during his short stint with the Vikings, Shaun Hill is looking good as the starting quarterback for San Francisco.” Star Tribune – Minneapolis (September 18, 2009)

 

Rock, Brad. 2009. “Rock On” Deseret Morning News (Salt Lake City), (September 15, 2009)

 

McDermott, Mike. 2009. “But do any of them have a better looking wife?” Providence Journal-Bulletin (Rhode Island), (September 2, 2009)

 

Albergotti, Reed. 2009. Cute Quarterbacks? There’s a Stat for That, Too” Wall Street Journal. (August 28)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203706604574378733451557884.html

 

Biderman, David. 2009. “The NBA’s Most Misleading Number.” Wall Street Journal. (April 1)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123855027541776617.html

 

2008 (14)

 

Grathoff, Peter. 2008. “Good-Looking Quarterbacks are Better Paid.” The Kansas City Star (December 14, 2008).

 

Gladwell, Malcolm. 2008. “Most Likely to Succeed: How do we hire when we can’t tell who’s right for the job?.” The New Yorker (December)

 

McCarthy, Ryan. 2008. “Change You Can't Believe In: Why hiring a new coach won't solve your favorite NBA team's problems. (Unless the old coach was Isiah Thomas.).Slate.com (November 18): http://slate.com/id/2204834

 

Flannery, Paul. 2008. “Kevin Garnett, By the Numbers.” Boston Magazine (November).

Neel, Eric. 2008. How Do You Know…This Game Isn’t Rocket Science?” ESPN the Magazine (November 3).

 

Torre, Pablo. 2008. “The Changing Face of the Sports Fan.” CNNSI.com  (October 8).

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/writers/the_bonus/10/03/sports.economy/index.html

               

Nohlgren, Stephen and Aaron Sharockman. 2008. “Do New Parks Bring Wins?” St. Petersburg Times. (September 12).

 

Turbow, Jason. 2008. “Settling the Score.” Popular Science.(August).

 

Skolnick, Ethan J.  2008. “Has NBA achieved fairness with lottery? Even math academics struggle over draft's rules to prevent tanking.” Posted at NBCSports.com (May 20).

 

Curtis, Bryan. 2008. “The Point Guard: All-Star Chris Paul is the most electric NBA player you haven't heard of. He's also a mean bowler.” Men’s Vogue. (April).

 

Beale, E. James. 2008. “Better Experts Needed: How the Sixers turned it around… sort of.” The Philadelphia City Paper.(April 16)

 

Coplon, Jeff. 2008. “Absolutely, Positively the Worst Team in the History of Professional Sports: A eulogy for Isiah Thomas's New York Knickerbockers.” New York Magazine (April 6).

 

Lee, Edmund. 2008. “The Thomas Tax.” Conde Nast Portfolio.com. (April 4)

 

Aldridge, David. 2008. “Big factors in Sixers’ big turnaround.” The Philadelphia Inquirer. (March 26).

 

Hackett, Thomas. 2008. “Playing Through” The Austin Chronicles. (January 25).

 

 

2007 (5)

 

Poling, Travis E. 2007. “Spurs win is good business.” San Antonio Express-News. (June 23).

 

Schwarz, Alan. 2007. “Study of N.B.A. Sees Racial Bias in Calling Fouls.” The New York Times.(May 2).

 

Emmons, Mark. 2007. “NBA gets warm & fuzzy with math.” San Jose Mercury News. February 20.

 

Johnson, Greg. 2007. “Coaches’ Pay Puts Colleges to the Test.” LA Times. January 16.

 

Johnson, Greg. 2007. “Seriously, Money Isn’t Everything: Having a Big Payroll is Only Factor Among the Many that Enable a Team to Reach the Post-season.” LA Times. October 4.

 

2006 (14)

 

Helgeson, Brad. 2006. “Who Really Wins.” The Tampa Tribune. December 17,

 

Walker, Don. 2006. “Revenue Sharing Proposed; Kohl Joins Group of Eight Owners Pushing for Plan.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. November 21

 

Dorsey, Patrick. 2006. “Determining the Worth of an Athlete Involves Many Factors.” South Florida Sun-Sentinel. October 8.

 

Tucker, Reed. 2006. “Who’s in the Money – Which Stars are Hollywood’s Best Earners? Not the Ones You’d Think” The New York Post (October 8).

 

Bowen, Michael. 2006. “Book Review.” The Pacific Northwest Inlander On-Line. August 16.

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Syken, Bill. 2006. “Number Crunchers.” Sports Illustrated. July 31.

 

Kirchoff, Sue. 2006. “Batter up! Sports economics hits field.” USA Today. July 27.

 

Friedman, Dick. 2006. “Book Review: The Wages of Wins - Adam Smith, meet Joe Smith.”

SportsIllustrated.com [sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/scorecard/06/29/book.review/index.html].

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Kehe, Andy.  2006. “Economics class was never quite like this.” Bakersfield Californian.June 22

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Nocera, Joe. 2006. “Sportonomics Beguiles 3 Economists” The New York Times. June 24

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Hutton, Ted. 2006. “Wade has Winning Number.”South Florida Sun-Sentinel. June 10.

 

Kelly, Jason. 2006. “Let Math Settle Debate.” South Bend Tribune. June 4.

 

Fairbank, Katie. 2006. “NBA Playoffs: Cash and Cachet.” Dallas Morning News. May 30.

Gladwell, Malcolm. 2006. “Game Theory: When it comes to athletic prowess, don't believe your eyes.” The New Yorker (May 29): 86-87.

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Television Interviews

March 30, 2007                                   Bloomberg on the Economy                             - NCAA Final Four

                                                                hosted by Kathleen Hays.                                 and The Wages of Wins


March 28, 2007                                   FOX News Bakersfield                                       - NASCAR Impact


February 2, 2007                                 Bloomberg on the Economy                             - Super Bowl and the

                                                                hosted by Kathleen Hays.                                 and The Wages of Wins


July 31, 2006                                        CNBC with Darren Rovell                                 - NFL Commissioner

                                                                                                                                                Search


June 19, 2006                                       KGET-TV (Bakersfield)                                     - Wages of Wins



                                                                Morning and Evening News

 

 

Radio Interviews

Notes:

·         I have been a guest on Bloomberg Radio with Kathleen Hays multiple times

·         With the release of Stumbling in Wins in March of 2010, I was a guest on numerous radio programs around the country.

 

These are interviews before the release of Stumbling on Wins.  Topic is listed to the right.  There have been numerous radio interviews since 2009 (but I stopped keeping track).

 

October 26, 2009                                 Bloomberg Radio                                                                                - World Series

                                                                with Kathleen Hays

 

October 5, 2009                                   Hang Up and Listen, the Early Winter                   - Competitive balance

                                                                Classic Edition (Slate Magazine in the NBApodcast)

                                                                (hosted by Stefan Fatsis and Drew Magary)

 

August 21, 2008                                  Where Wall Street Meets Main Street                   - Wages of Wins

                                                                (hosted by Jake Warkenthien)

 

July 8, 2008                                          Valley Public Radio (Fresno)                                - Economic Value

                                                                Quality of Life with                                                          of Sports

                                                                Terry Phillips

 

March 31, 2007                                   NPR Weekend Edition                                           - Losing to Win in NBA

 

 

 

January 17, 2007                                Midmorning Show                                                  - NCAA coaches

                                                                (hosted by Keri Miller)

                                                                Minnesota Public Radio

 

August 22, 2006                                  Entrepreneur Magazine Radio Law                   - Wages of Wins

                                                                and Money Show with Garrett Sutton

 

 

August 7, 2006                                     ESPN Radio in Missouri                                     - Wages of Wins

                                                                ESPN-1580 KTGR

                                                                with Kyle Elfrink

 

June 13, 2006                                       Central Valley Business Times                         - Wages of Wins

 

June 12, 2006                                       Dom Giordano Show                                          - Wages of Wins

                                                                WPHT in Philadelphia

 

June 2, 2006                                         The Morning Show with                                     - Wages of Wins

                                                                Angelo Cataldi and Al Morganti

                                                                on Sports Radio 610 WIP

                                                                in Philadelphia

 

May 30, 2006                                      Dakota Digest of South Dakota                       - Wages of Wins

                                                                Public Broadcasting

                                                                (Stacey Brook Interviewed)

 

May 25, 2006                                      Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz                   - Wages of Wins

                                                                Sports Talk 790AM in South Florida