Holiday, who will make approximately $11.3MM for the upcoming season, will be an unrestricted free agent next summer. He was previously represented by the Wasserman Agency, as well as Tony Dutt of Stealth Sports.
Glushon formerly worked for Wasserman and opened his own Los Angeles firm in July, Mullen continues. Holiday had to be impressed with the four-year, $113MM contract that Glushon negotiated for one of the top free agents this summer, Celtics big man Al Horford. Glushon also represents Holiday’s brother, Knicks guard Justin Holiday, as well as free agent guard Xavier Henry, Mullen adds.
Holiday could earn himself a big payday if he can stay relatively healthy in his walk year. The 26-year-old’s career has been marred by injuries. A stress fracture on his right leg limited him to 34 games in 2013/14 and 40 the following season. He missed 17 games last season and suffered an orbital wall fracture on his right eye, which required surgery in April.
He was productive when he played, averaging 16.8 points and 6.0 assists while posting a 19.74 PER.