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A once-in-generation talent, Andrew Wiggins has Kansas fans in frenzy - SI.com

A once-in-generation talent, Andrew Wiggins has Kansas fans in frenzy - SI.com | Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
A once-in-generation talent, Andrew Wiggins has Kansas fans in frenzy SI.com By being recruited to volume-dunk the sport into crisis, and instigating new rules before even being allowed to play varsity ball, Wilt set the bar impossibly high for...
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The Morality of Sport-Hatred - Practical Ethics (blog)

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The Morality of Sport-Hatred
Practical Ethics (blog)
I don't wish to pass more judgment on Updyke, but rather to reflection on an ethical question his action raises. Before posing the question, allow me a stipulation: Updyke's crime was ...
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This blog kinda covers some unethical things that have happened in sports. It talks about the poisioning of trees in the Alabama/Aurburn inccident in 2010. It also covers New England's spy scandal

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Bullying Scandal? Not in the NBA... - Bleacher Report

Bullying Scandal? Not in the NBA... - Bleacher Report | Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
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Bullying Scandal? Not in the NBA...
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You have to give the NBA credit in trying to get ahead of the issue. I think its just a matter or time before issues like the one in Miami come to light in other sports.  I like players insight on what happened to. Hazing happens all over the sports world but it does'nt always turn out bad.

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Ahly punishment for Rabaa sign player stirs controversy - Ahram Online

Ahly punishment for Rabaa sign player stirs controversy - Ahram Online | Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
Ahram Online Ahly punishment for Rabaa sign player stirs controversy Ahram Online Celebrating their eighth African title, the Cairo-based club heavily disciplined the 28-year-old player with a suspension, release and fine for "mixing politics with...
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This article is about trying not to mix sports and politics. This sports club disciplined this athlete after he tried to show support by making a political jesture. The had a supsension,release and they find him.

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Welcome to 13 Sports Medicine and Human Performance

A message from CEO of 13 Sports Medicine and Human Performance and Exercise Physiologist, David Ferguson.
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Blame the victim? Some players criticize Jonathan Martin - USA TODAY

Blame the victim? Some players criticize Jonathan Martin - USA TODAY | Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
Blame the victim? Some players criticize Jonathan Martin
USA TODAY
I don't know where they crossed the line at; maybe (Incognito) said something personal. "I feel like, as players, when it is ...
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This article gives your a look at the other side of the story. Some NFL players thinks this makes Martin look weak. Some feel for Martin while others thinks he should have handled it man to man and not in the Media

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Richie Incognito: I'm not a racist, don't judge me by that word - NBCSports.com

Richie Incognito: I'm not a racist, don't judge me by that word - NBCSports.com | Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
Richie Incognito: I'm not a racist, don't judge me by that word
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He's always been a dirty player and has questionable personal ethics, but i think that just makes it more convenient to pin all this negative attention on him.
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This is a story that is not going to away. This issue is going to change the NFl for ever. I feel like I want to believe Martin in this story and the Incognito is in the wrong. The more and more is coming out and its hard to really know what the truth is  but I think Martin still needs to talk and give his side of the story.

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