HoopsHype Dan Fegan rumors

March 28, 2014 Updates

The Wolves could chase a splashier trade for someone else’s productive/expensive player, but doing that may require the inclusion of Pekovic or Rubio. Pekovic has value, but he’s also 28 and slated to earn nearly $12 million in 2017-18. Rubio is among the most divisive players in the league now, in part because of the sense that his agent, Dan Fegan, is going to demand an eight-figure extension that Rubio does not yet deserve. Grantland

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When a deal for Sanders gets done, it'll be the second early extension of the summer for a 2010 draftee scored by a client of agent Dan Fegan, who last week completed a five-year, $80 million extension for Washington Wizards point guard John Wall. Sources say Fegan is also in active discussions with the Sacramento Kings toward an extension for big man DeMarcus Cousins. ESPN.com

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The day before he agreed to remain with the Wizards, Martell Webster was at relative ease. He spoke briefly with Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld on Monday but left the negotiations up to his agent, Dan Fegan, and even took some time catch the new Superman movie, “Man of Steel,” at the Gallery Place theater next to Verizon Center. “No stress. No stress,” Webster said of his emotions during the free agent recruiting period in a telephone interview on Tuesday. “I’ve been blessed to play this game. I was never worried about basketball. I always knew that if I take care of what I need to take care of, things will fall into place. And they did.” Washington Post

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The smile on his face and the rolling of his eyes showed how hard it is for Cousins to play the silent role. But he has to. His agent, Dan Fegan, has instructed Cousins not to speak on anything relating to the Kings team, management or ownership. Cousins is eligible for a contract extension this summer, and Fegan wants a maximum deal for his client with the threat of a trade demand looming if a deal isn't reached. Sacramento Bee

May 21, 2013 Updates

Multiple sources told FORBES that Parsons recently terminated his relationship with basketball agent Mark Bartelstein of Priority Sports & Entertainment and will hire Howard’s agent, Dan Fegan. Parsons confirmed his intention to sign with Fegan after this article was originally published. At this point, there is no indication that the addition of Parsons to Relativity Sports’ client list will have any influence on Howard’s decision making process. Forbes.com

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