According to SBJ, ICM has signed former NBA player Bruce Bowen to represent him in his broadcasting career.
The 14-year NBA veteran played for four teams (Miami, Boston, Philadelphia and San Antonio) throughout his career where he made his name as a defensive stalwart. Bowen was named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team five times and the NBA All-Defensive Second Team three times. Additionally, he is also a three time NBA Champion, all with the Spurs, who retired his number 12 (later reissued to LaMarcus Aldridge with Bowen’s permission).
Upon retiring in 2009, he joined ESPN as an NBA analyst, contributing on SportsCenter, NBA Coast to Coast and NBA Tonight. Additionally, he has jumped aboard the podcast train, hosting the NBA Lockdown podcast with Israel Gutierrez.
Bowen was recently named a TV analyst for the Los Angeles Clippers, a deal negotiated by ICM Partners Head of Broadcasting Lou Oppenheim. Previously represented by CSE Talent, Bowen joins ICM’s broadcasting division that represents some of the top names in sports broadcasting. The client roster includes the likes of Chris Berman, Ryan Clark, Kevin Harlan and Mike Golic, according to its website.
ICM Partners Broadcasting represents anchors, reporters, hosts and producers in news, lifestyle and sports broadcasting. Clients are provided with full marketing services, including negotiating endorsements, appearances and speaking engagements.