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Andrew Wiggins reveals new logo



Andrew Wiggins reveals new logo

The business opportunities of being the number overall pick in the NBA are limited and in abundance at the exact same time. For Wiggins the consensus number one pick of the 2014 NBA drafted since early 2011 the list of sponsorship are as long as 7’4 wingspan. Based on early indications and the selection of his logo the 2014 first overall-pick Andrew Wiggins and his camp look set and plan on cashing in them corporate cheques right from the get go.

Andrew Wiggins officially unveiled his official logo which is expected to be main identity on what is expected to become massive global brand if the Canadian phenom can rise up and live up to the expectations of being the top pick, of what is considered to be one of the deepest drafts in the history of the league. Wiggins camp which represented by Bill Duffy and BDA Sports also took the opportunity to launch Wiggins Enterprise Twitter account which seems to be the name of main corporation which will handle the corporate matters.

Andrew Wiggins social reach is already massive and growing and only rivals Canadian basketball legend Steve Nash who is also represented by BDA. If everything pans out they way it should be and Wiggins goes on to live to expectations he will have the potential to surpass Nash and eventually become one Canada’s top earning athletes.

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With a more than realistic 100+ million shoe deal in the works the launch of the official logo is perfectly timed and based on early feedback and reaction it’s definitely another step in the right direction, with brand identity that is simple, to the point and more importantly represents Andrew Wiggins (AW)

What do you personally think of the logo?

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Sports Management Worldwide to Host Basketball Career Conference at NBA D-League Showcase



2017 NBA DLeague Showcase Conference Toronto

Later this month the eyes of the global basketball community will shift north to Canada as the NBA Development League hosts its thirteenth annual Showcase event from the Hershey Centre in Mississauga, Ontario.

But the action on the court isn’t the only game in town.

Sports Management Worldwide and Raptors 905 will be hosting a Basketball Career Conference on January 20th during the Showcase event featuring executive panels, question and answer sessions and networking events with some of the biggest names in the sport. This is a premier event for those who aspire to work in the game of basketball.

“Individuals wanting to work in the NBA should attend our Showcase Basketball Career Conference and find out how to break in at all levels of the game,” says Dr. Lynn Lashbrook, President and Founder of Sports Management Worldwide. “Jobs in sports business are exploding. The D-League teams not only provide a feeder program for professional basketball players, but also provide the perfect situation for anyone in marketing, sales, finance, fan engagement, communications, community events and more to learn the industry and grow.”

The thirteenth annual NBA D-League Showcase consists of all 22 NBA D-league teams playing two games each in front of NBA executives, scouts and administrators.

“We’re thrilled to bring the NBA D-League’s tentpole event to Mississauga and the Hershey Centre,” said NBA D-League President and Basketball Career Conference speaker Malcolm Turner.  “It’s always inspiring to watch our players put their skills on display in front of scouts from all 30 NBA teams and I’m looking forward to being part of the action.”

Many hopeful NBA prospects have used the annual Showcase to help take their career to the next level, but the opportunity for career advancement can be yours as well. The NBA D-League Showcase Basketball Career Conference will provide people of all ages insight and exposure they can’t get anywhere else:

  • Network with sports business executives
  • Receive career guidance from respected sports executives
  • Gain insight into who is hiring and what skills you need to get hired
  • Connect with other sports career minded individuals
  • Learn strategies to catapult your career to the next level
  • Get insider information to changes in the industry
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“Anyone interested in basketball or learning what happens behind the scenes in the NBA is a match for this conference,” says Dr. Lashbrook.  “In fact, anyone who is interested in working in sports business of any kind will learn so much about the industry of sports. This event can help catapult your sports career.”

For over a decade Sports Management Worldwide has been the leading provider of online education in sports business offering 25 online courses and degree programs and boasting over 10,000 alumni from 140 different countries. In addition to the suite of online courses SMWW offers, they also host nine annual conference held at major sporting events including the Baseball Winter Meetings, the NFL combine and the Portsmouth Invitational.

This will be their first from the NBA Development League Showcase, and sets up to be one of their biggest and best yet. To take your basketball career to the next level, this is the conference you should attend.

Register today before the event sells out!

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“We here talking about Napkins” Toronto’s Burger’s Priest Strikes viral



"We here talking about Napkins" Toronto's Burger’s Priest Strikes viral

“I’m one of the top burger joints in Toronto and we’re sitting here talking about napkins. I mean, listen. We’re talking about napkins man. Not a burger. Not a burger. Not a burger. We’re talking about napkins, man,”

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