A very weird story I saw posted on Twitter by @darrenrovell1. NBA player and former Georgia Tech star Chris Bosh, sued a company called Hoopology.net for using the domain name "chrisbosh.com" in web ads unrelated to Bosh. It turns out Bosh won the case and got $120,000 out of the deal plus the rights to about 800 other domain names, most of which are NBA and college basketball players. Among them were a few UNC players:
According to Bosh's lawyers, anyone on the list can get their domain name back for free as long as they provide the proper documentation.