And-Ones: Pelinka, Jackson, Sanders

As the Lakers undergo their own transition as a franchise, recently appointed general manager Rob Pelinka‘s sports agency Landmark Sports is undergoing one of its own. Sports Illustrated’s Jake Fischer explored what the process will entail for Pelinka, the agency in general and, most of all, all of the players who’ve suddenly seen a change in representation.

Currently Pelinka’s clients, like James Harden, have been transferred to other members of the Landmark Sports agency and Fischer wonders if pending free agents like Andre Iguodala and Dion Waiters will seek agencies with sturdier leadership.

The three representatives who’ve inherited the client list, Fischer writes, were previously responsible for salary cap analysis, public relations and marketing at the agency. The Lakers can’t formally hire Pelinka until he is officially divested from Landmark Sports.

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2 thoughts on “And-Ones: Pelinka, Jackson, Sanders

  1. NBAFAN

    Any team that will take Kuzmic will be stupid he already showed he couldn’t even play in the d-league.

    • Grant
      Grant W

      Players improve. A couple years back Hassan Whiteside couldn’t make a team and was cut. Now he is leading league in boards. Not saying the same thing with Kuzmic but maybe he improved his game since the dleague

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