Los Angeles Clippers shooting guard/small forward Alan Anderson parted ways with Mark Bartelstein and Priority Sports and Entertainment, and will now be represented by Chris Luchey of CGL Sports. The 34-year-old Anderson signed with the Clippers on a one-year veteran minimum contract earlier this month.

Anderson played his college ball at Michigan State University, where he led the 2005 Spartan team to the Final Four and won the team’s MVP award. He has spent his NBA career with Charlotte, Toronto, Brooklyn, Washington, and now Los Angeles, as well as multiple teams internationally. His latest stint with Washington was short-lived after playing in only 13 games because of ankle surgeries.

Anderson boasts a 34.5% career three-point percentage, while shooting 40.6% from the field. During his four seasons with the Nets and Raptors, Anderson scored 8.4 points per game and shot 34.3% from downtown.

According to their website, “CGL Sports is more than a sports agency. It is a place where you will get a team that is committed to supporting you throughout your basketball career. Once you become a part of the CGL Sports family, you will be immersed in an environment with a friendly, enthusiastic and professional staff.”