Апреля 24, 2018

Dan Fegan, prominent National Basketball Association agent, dies in Colorado vehicle crash, per report

01 Марта 2018, 10:44 | Nina Mathis

Dan Fegan, prominent NBA agent, dies in Colorado car crash, per report

NBA agent Dan Fegan dies in car accident

The NBA was jolted Sunday by news that longtime agent Dan Fegan was killed in a auto accident.

Dan Fegan was driving an SUV when he was hit by a bus on Highway 82 around 9.22am Sunday, sources confirmed to the Aspen Times.

Two passengers riding with Fegan, his 5-year-old son and a 29-year-old California woman, sustained serious injuries and were airlifted to a hospital in Denver, Easton told the newspaper.

"One of the industry's most respected basketball agents, Dan Fegan has developed a outstanding reputation for his pragmatic approach to contract negotiation and client representation". Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this hard time'. There was only one passenger on the bus, and he along with the bus driver were not injured. "It created a hard situation, but Fegan was determined to do what he thought was best for his client", Jeff Zillgitt wrote.

Longtime NBA agent Dan Fegan died in a auto crash.

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The NBA world was hit with a tragic incident on Sunday.

The agency fired him with cause, alleging he had operated a side agency and was trying to poach clients from Independent Sports & Entertainment.

More than his talent as an agent, though, he is being remembered for being a great friend. "The NBA players he represented have lost a tireless advocate for their interests and well being while NBA teams will miss having a highly intelligent, professional representative to partner with in the management and development of his clients on their rosters".

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wrote, "RIP Dan John". "He cared so deeply about helping his brother".

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