Some weekend reading.

Throughout the course of the week I come across so much great sports business and social media content I thought I’d start a weekly re-cap of some of my favourite stories and blog posts.

So without further ado, here’s my favourites from the past week:

5 Social Media Lessons the NBA Can Teach Businesses

This post is part of Mashable’s Fab Five series with Jalen Rose, which highlights trends in the social media space. In this post Jalen, a former 13-year NBA star and current ESPN basketball analyst, takes a look at what the NBA’s use of social media can teach businesses.

Read here…

How Steve Nash Shines in Basketball–and Business

A great perspective from Steve Nash in article about his off-court philosophy and life.

Read here…

Social Media Report Card – Steve Nash

Whilst we’re on the subject of Steve Nash, I couldn’t leave out this post. The latest instalment from Sam Taggart’s Social Media report card series, this really opened my eyes to what Steve Nash is doing with social media.

Read here…

Indian Premier League to be shown live on YouTube

This has to be one of the biggest sports business stories of the week, so I really had no option but to include it. What does this mean for the future of sports broadcasting?

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David Sullivan and David Gold seal West Ham takeover

As a football fan, I’m really pleased to see West Ham being taken over. They are a great club who have been facing uncertain times and have really lacked financial stability over the past few years. Hopefully this takeover will help to get them back on track and help them to stay in the Premier League, where they belong.

Read here…

What do you think of my choices? What have been your favourite posts, stories and articles from this week?

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