Veteran wing player Alan Anderson, currently a member of the Clippers, has made a change to his representation. According to HoopsHype (via Twitter), Anderson, who was previously repped by agent Mark Bartelstein of Priority Sports and Entertainment, has hired Chris Luchey as his agent.
Anderson, who turns 34 in October, parlayed a solid stint in Brooklyn into a one-year, $4MM deal with the Wizards last season. However, ankle and groin issues limited him to just 13 games.
While Anderson’s brief stint in Washington wasn’t a success, he was a decent role player in four previous seasons for the Nets and Raptors, averaging 8.4 PPG and shooting 34.3% on three-pointers in 234 total contests for the two clubs. Anderson’s track record earned him another guaranteed deal this summer, albeit a minimum-salary one — he signed with the Clippers earlier this month.
As our agency database shows, Priority’s roster of NBA clients is far more extensive than Luchey’s at CGL Sports, so Anderson will be joining a smaller agency as he prepares to enter another contract year.