Mark Bartelstein Rumors

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Priority Sports & Entertainment has signed Washington Wizards guards Ramon Sessions and Garrett Temple. Founder and CEO Mark Bartelstein will represent them. Temple was formerly represented by Performance Sports Management and Sessions by Allegiant Athletic Agency. “Ramon is doing well in Washington and I expect great things for him in the future,” his former agent, A3’s Jared Karnes, said in an email.
Storyline: Agent Changes
I had a message to call Mark Bartelstein. I first met Bartelstein in 1985. He was a young agent who was representing John “Hot Rod” Williams, drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Williams was falsely implicated in a point-shaving scandal at Tulane. “I have some bad news,” Bartelstein said Tuesday night. “Hot Rod,” I said. “Cancer,” said Bartelstein. “It’s bad. Real bad.” Williams is in the intensive care unit of a hospital in the Baton Rouge area. He grew up in nearby Sorrento, La. He always went home after the NBA season.
I had a message to call Mark Bartelstein. I first met Bartelstein in 1985. He was a young agent who was representing John “Hot Rod” Williams, drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Williams was falsely implicated in a point-shaving scandal at Tulane. “I have some bad news,” Bartelstein said Tuesday night. “Hot Rod,” I said. “Cancer,” said Bartelstein. “It’s bad. Real bad.”