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On To The Next One: Alan Anderson

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 […]

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John Wall’s New Website A Shining Example Of Athlete Success In The Digital Age

John Wall’s new official website JohnWall2.com was launched just yesterday, and it is already turning many heads. The site is aesthetically stunning and functionally innovative. Crafted by the forward thinking minds at NCLUSIVE, Inc., it is quite clear that this is the direction that web presence for athletes is headed. Today’s world-class athletes cannot simply […]

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Basketball Agent Dan Fegan Leaves Lagardère Unlimited; Company To Continue Basketball Representation Practice

Basketball agent Dan Fegan has gone from representing the #1 overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft (former University of Kentucky and current Washington Wizards guard John Wall) to not signing a representation agreement with a single player selected in the 2012 NBA Draft.  When Blue Entertainment Sports Television (BEST) – eventually acquired by Lagardère Unlimited – decided to […]

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Agent Selection Scenarios: Kentucky Basketball

This Friday will make or break my bracket.  Going into the NCAA Tournament, I knew I would have to make a bold move in order to have a chance at winning, but I wanted to pick a team I thought legitimately had a chance of making it to the Final Four.  That team is the […]

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Some Insight On John Wall’s Agent, Dan Fegan

When an athlete picks and agent, what should he look for?  Someone who pays a runner or directly pays the athlete to get his attention, or someone who is extremely driven and knowledgeable about Contract Law and negotiation strategy?  I would pick the latter agent.  Too many players pick the former. Over the weekend, I had a […]

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Breaking Down The 2010 NBA Draft

I’m not getting involved in the trades hoopla.  Here is the breakdown according to the team that drafted the player, before any trades were made.  BDA Sports – 7 clients selected.  Priority Sports and ASM Sports each with 6 clients selected. First Round John Wall (Washington Wizards) – Dan Fegan (Lagardère) – Washington D.C. is getting used […]

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2010 NBA Mock Draft 2.0 (First Round)

Washington Wizards: John Wall/Kentucky- After being argueably the best in college basketball for an entire season, he will rightfully go first overall. Philadelphia 76ers: Evan Turner/Ohio State- Even though Philly’s new A.I. keeps the sixers afloat, Turner is too good to pass up. Either Iguodala and Turner mesh, or they ship Iguodala away for a […]

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2010 NBA Mock Draft

We all do it, right? It’s the end of your team’s season, they have either been eliminated from playoff contention or been eliminated in a less than thrilling fashion in the playoffs, by for example, waking three sleeping giants in Celtics jerseys. July 1st seems to be the date that begins the changing of the NBA […]

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NBA Early Entry Deadline

Today is the deadline for all NCAA basketball players to either withdraw their name from NBA draft, or go through with the decision and continue to see where their stock lands them. With the NBA playoffs starting to finally matter, the fourteen teams that were not invited to the party have been playing the “Whom […]

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Why John Wall Should Not Go Pro…This Year

In the recent week since the downfall of the Kentucky Wildcats in the NCAA Tourney, speculation has arisen about the status of John Wall, the Kentucky point guard, who by most analysts is expected to be the number one overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. There are reports that Wall is having second thoughts […]